Articles and researches

August 4, 2020

COVID-19 reduces UK carbon emissions by 30 million metric tons

Toward the end of March, the coronavirus pandemic began to take over in many European countries. Since then, major cities across the world have experienced some […]
August 4, 2020

Student Holly Grounds creates edible instant noodle packaging

Everyone knows that instant ramen is a way of life for college students. Not only is it about the cheapest food on the planet, but it […]
August 4, 2020

Solar-powered House of Music mimics the shape of an orchestra

Bologna-based Mario Cucinella Architects has crafted the House of Music, a solar-powered community landmark in the nearby commune of Pieve di Cento that celebrates the town’s […]
August 3, 2020

Fast food, snacks and treats that are surprisingly vegan

People often equate vegan food with healthy and organic. While it’s true that many vegans are health-conscious and that organic food is probably better for your […]
August 3, 2020

Severe coastal floods could affect 225 million people by 2100

A recent study published in the journal Scientific Reports has revealed that more than 4% of the world’s population could be exposed to severe flooding by […]
August 3, 2020

IceWind launches residential wind turbines in the US

IceWind, an Iceland-based company, has launched its groundbreaking products in the U.S. The wind-based energy company deals in wind power products that supply sustainable energy to […]
August 3, 2020

Former railway yard to receive a green transformation in St. Petersburg

Dutch architectural firms KCAP and Orange Architects have teamed up with A.Len Architectural Bureau to redesign St. Petersburg’s former Tovarno-Vitebskaya railway yard into a new mixed-use […]
August 3, 2020

Check out this handmade wood cabin in North Carolina

This 400-square-foot cabin, nicknamed The Nook, can be found in the charming, forested area of Swannanoa, North Carolina, just outside of Asheville. The project was a […]