Articles and researches

August 27, 2020

The CrossWater is a solar-powered mode of public water transportation

You know those chugging, air-polluting boats that take an hour to load, an hour to make their way across the river and another 45 minutes just […]
August 27, 2020

the app on a mission to reduce carbon footprints

Released this month, Klima allows its users to take direct action against climate change with a simple and beautiful app. The user-friendly app quickly calculates your […]
August 26, 2020

ON-A wants to “renature” Barcelona by greening the Camp Nou stadium

In a bid to bring greater green space to Barcelona, local architecture firm ON-A has proposed converting the city’s Camp Nou football stadium into a 26-hectare […]
August 26, 2020

Proposed UK law pushes accountability for Amazon products

People around the world have watched with increasing horror as Amazon forest destruction has accelerated in recent years. Now, U.K. officials have proposed a law to make large […]
August 26, 2020

Rare dolphin species spotted in the Adriatic Sea

The Delphinus delphis, an uncommon dolphin species, has been repeatedly spotted in the Adriatic Sea. According to recent research led by marine scientists at the University […]
August 26, 2020

Modern passive house is carbon-negative and energy-positive

Designed by McLean Quinlan Architects, the Devon Passivhaus combines contemporary architecture with a rustic outdoor setting. The modern passive house uses a minimalist-yet-elegant brick wall as […]
August 26, 2020

Rental houseboat in India celebrates fire, water, air and earth elements

Talk about getting back to nature! This rental houseboat brings all of the elements of nature — fire, water, air and earth — onboard for an […]
August 25, 2020

This tiny home on stilts features an awesome secret patio

Known as LaLa’s Seaesta, this 410-square-foot tiny home located just blocks from the beach features reclaimed wood and a secret hidden patio. The home, designed by […]