Articles and researches

July 13, 2020

Proposed BREATHE Act seeks environmental justice

Environmental justice is one of the important topics that the BREATHE Act addresses. The Movement for Black Lives introduced the bill, which would make enormous changes […]
July 13, 2020

Hood River’s mixed-use Outpost achieves industrial chic with mass timber

About an hour west of Portland, Oregon, a stretch of post-industrial waterfront along the Hood River has been revitalized as Outpost, a dynamic new destination for […]
July 13, 2020

Brooklyn Home Company unveils 25 new passive houses in NYC

When it comes to New York City, quality Passive House projects — outside of large-scale developments and apartment complexes — are becoming more and more prevalent. […]
July 10, 2020

Enhanced rock weathering on farms could boost carbon sequestration

A report in the journal Nature has revealed that enhanced rock weathering (ERW) could help slow climate change by sucking carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. This […]
July 10, 2020

Wood lattice walls ventilate this beautiful Costa Rica home

Perched in the mountains of Nosara, a surfing paradise on the Nicoya Peninsula of Costa Rica, Casa Guayacán boasts a beautiful ocean view and a tranquil […]
July 10, 2020

Vermont Food Scrap Ban becomes law

Too lazy to carry your banana peel or avocado pit to your compost bin? You’re breaking the law, at least in Vermont. The Green Mountain State […]
July 10, 2020

Rocket Crafters creates safer, greener hybrid rocket engine technology

Rocket Crafters, an aerospace company based in Florida, is patenting its hybrid rocket engine technology. The engine, which the company described as throttle-able, affordable, reliable and […]
July 10, 2020

Arup and Cobe’s new metro stations extend sustainable, site-sensitive transit in Denmark

Copenhagen-based architecture firm Cobe teamed up with Arup on the recently completed Orientkaj and Nordhavn — two new metro stations that connect Copenhagen’s northern docklands with […]