Articles and researches

August 10, 2021

Crowley to build the US’s first fully-electric tugboat

After more than a century in business, tugboat pioneers at Crowley Maritime Corporation have revealed their design for the world’s first all-electric harbor tugboat, due to […]
August 10, 2021

Social media trends are driving illegal succulent poaching

The social media houseplant craze is driving illegal poaching of succulent plants from Africa. Kenya and South Africa have been identified as key destinations for succulent […]
August 10, 2021

It’s code red for Earth, says new UN study

Being an environmental website, Inhabitat, unfortunately, reports on many terrifying new studies. But in what’s probably the most terrifying of all recent terrifying new studies, the […]
August 10, 2021

A Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired green house in Menlo Park

Built on a suburban lot in Menlo Park, California, this home blends into the natural landscape, a beautiful escape from the world. Made with connected pavilions […]
August 10, 2021

Studio O creates a minimalist oasis in the heart of Warsaw

Even the smallest space should feel like home, so while planning a retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city, this project focused on giving […]
August 10, 2021

A green roof makes Lazy House a sustainable beauty

Lazy House’s design emphasizes the relationship between house, garden and city. Each element flows together in this beautiful, harmonious home. Continue reading below Our Featured Videos […]
August 9, 2021

Fine particulate air pollution linked to increased dementia risk

Researchers at the University of Washington have found a relationship between increased levels of fine particle pollution and the risk of dementia. In a study that borrowed data […]
August 9, 2021

Dead zones expand in the Gulf of Mexico and on Oregon coast

Scientists from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) announced last week that the dead zones in the Gulf of Mexico are worse this year than […]