Articles and researches

November 17, 2020

Bacardi announces new biodegradable bottles

Bacardi is bringing some good cheer to this rough year. The world’s largest family-owned spirits company is introducing a new biodegradable bottle that will replace the […]
November 17, 2020

Prime Roots offers ready-made, plant-based holiday meals

The pandemic is obviously creating many downsides for Thanksgiving this year. But one overlooked upside is that it will be much easier to eat what you […]
November 17, 2020

Zero-emission Green Gateway airport concept wins 2020 Fentress Global Challenge

From over 100 student design submissions in more than 15 countries, the Fentress Global Challenge has selected The Green Gateway — a zero-emission multimodal hub — […]
November 17, 2020

Brussels train station transformed into wooden shopping and event center

The Gare Maritime railway station in Brussels has seen a huge transformation. The building, formerly one of Europe’s largest railway stations for goods, has been renovated […]
November 16, 2020

Westwood Hills Nature Center boasts zero-energy in wintry Minnesota

Environmental stewardship comes alive in spectacular fashion at the new Westwood Hills Nature Center, an interpretative center in the heart of St. Louis Park, Minnesota that […]
November 16, 2020

Tristan da Cunha establishes a massive marine protected area

The government of Tristan da Cunha, a four-island archipelago of about 250 people, has announced that it will be protecting approximately 700,000 square kilometers of its […]
November 16, 2020

High carbon emissions predicted for Black Friday

If you’ve been feeling smug about how little you’ve driven since the pandemic began, don’t forget to factor online shopping delivery into your carbon footprint. That’s […]
November 16, 2020

Jules Ferry School is a model for a sustainable learning environment

A school in France is showing the world how to use eco-friendly design to create much more than buildings. The Jules Ferry School will be part […]