Articles and researches

March 18, 2020

Why you should plant a victory garden | MNN

During both world wars, people back home planted victory gardens. By growing and harvesting their own vegetables, they put less of a strain on the government, […]
March 18, 2020

Behind the scenes in a raw commercial kitchen

I’ve been vegetarian since childhood and have met people with many different takes on a healthy plant-based diet. The raw foodists I’ve encountered have blown me […]
March 18, 2020

Cabin-like tiny home insulated with hemp, cotton and linen

French design firm, Tiny House Baluchon has just unveiled a beautiful tiny home on wheels that screams cabin charm. Clad in a warm red cedar exterior, the Mogote is topped […]
March 18, 2020

We’re taking coronavirus seriously. What if we did that with climate change? | MNN

In the first episode of the Invisibilia podcast’s sixth season, host Elise Speigel opens by comparing the heartbeat of a human, a black-capped chickadee and an […]
March 18, 2020

An old mall becomes an urban lagoon and public square in central Tainan

In downtown Tainan, Taiwan, MVRDV has transformed a former shopping mall into the Tainan Spring, an urban lagoon and park. Commissioned by the city government as […]
March 18, 2020

Solar-powered community hub in Australia emphasizes green design

Residents of the Australian suburb of Bayswater now have a new community center to enjoy. Designed by Melbourne-based firm K20 Architecture, the Bayswater Early Years Hub […]
March 17, 2020

You can’t hug your neighbor during quarantine, but you can serenade them | MNN

People all over the world are isolating themselves for the coronavirus outbreak. With so much time and so little interaction, people are getting creative. Then, videos […]
March 17, 2020

Welcome to Niue, the first country recognized as a Dark Sky Place | MNN

You may not have heard of Niue. From sea to shining sea, this island nation is about 100 square miles of raised coral in the South […]