Articles and researches

August 20, 2020

Old coffee roastery to be reborn as a net-zero carbon office in London

The local planning council for London’s Vauxhall district has recently given the green light for an adaptive reuse scheme to transform a disused Costa Coffee roastery […]
August 20, 2020

Atlantic has 10 times the microplastics previously thought

We knew it was bad. But a new study of plastic in the Atlantic Ocean reveals the pollution problem is ten times worse than scientists suspected. Continue reading […]
August 20, 2020

DNC reverses pledge to end fossil fuel subsidies

The Democratic presidential and vice-presidential candidates were barely announced before the DNC removed campaign pledges to end fossil fuel subsidies. In the final draft of the […]
August 20, 2020

Nimmo Bay offers a remote, eco-friendly spa experience

It began with a dream of an off-grid lifestyle in the wilds of British Columbia. So in 1980, Nimmo Bay Spa pioneers Craig and Deborah Murray […]
August 20, 2020

Cariuma welcomes a new Pantone collection of natural, vegan shoes

Brazilian sustainable sneaker company Cariuma has released its newest collection of completely vegan and natural footwear. All styles in the fall Pantone collection are made of […]
August 19, 2020

Surprising ways seaweed benefits the environment

While the news often mentions the terrible things in the sea, such as gyres of plastic and other trash, the oceans also hold an extremely valuable […]
August 19, 2020

Trump administration furthers Arctic drilling plan

The Trump administration’s environmental protection rollbacks seem to now come daily. Today’s bad news? A plan to allow oil and gas companies to drill in Alaska’s so-far pristine […]
August 19, 2020

World’s highest temperature, 130°F, recorded in Death Valley

On Sunday, August 16, the U.S. National Weather Service recorded the highest temperature reading ever on Earth in Death Valley, California. High temperatures in Death Valley […]