Articles and researches

November 4, 2020

Niagara Falls welcomes zero-emission electric boats for sustainable tours

After nearly two centuries of bringing visitors up close and personal with the awe-inspiring waterfalls at Niagara Falls, the iconic Maid of the Mist attraction has […]
November 4, 2020

How a shopping center by Herzog & de Meuron redefines ‘reuse’

Now that eco-friendly building and reuse projects are on the rise, there have been some pretty amazing transformations. Many architects and designers are embracing the adaptive […]
November 3, 2020

Top gardening trends of 2020 and what to watch for 2021

Gardening is a hobby, craft and lifestyle that dates back thousands of years. Over that time, the act has taken on different forms and garnered wavering […]
November 3, 2020

U.S. contributes 5 times more ocean plastic than previous estimates

The U.S. is contributing up to five times more plastic pollution to the oceans than previously thought, according to a follow-up study published in Science Advances. […]
November 3, 2020

Tree-planting drones aim to cool a hot planet

Professional tree planters typically plant upward of 11,000 trees per week. This sounds speedy until you compare Flash Forest’s plan to use two pilots and a […]
November 3, 2020

Mercedes-Benz releases lightweight yet powerful eScooter

Mercedes-Benz has long been a top name when it comes to innovation. Most recently, this is evidenced by the newly released eScooter, a zero-emissions scooter that […]
November 3, 2020

Hauser & Wirth gallery, where adaptive reuse and art thrive

New York’s West Chelsea neighborhood has a distinct character that residents have worked to preserve over the years. The neighborhood is full of historic buildings and […]
November 2, 2020

a hotel amenity kit made of compostable plastic

Designed to help tackle plastic waste in the hospitality industry, the Green Box is a circular hotel amenities kit full of bathroom items made from compostable […]