Articles and researches

July 14, 2020

Each purchase of this bag made from recycled plastic helps plant trees

Just in time to celebrate National Forest Week from July 13 to July 19, fashion brand Solo New York is planting one tree per purchase for […]
July 14, 2020

Go off the grid with a Tesla-powered adventure vehicle by Ready.Set.Van.

After finishing an ambitious, 8-month-long renovation project of a 38-foot school bus for Burning Man, the designers at Ready.Set.Van. realized they had something special on their […]
July 13, 2020

How I took a safe vacation during COVID-19

A close-up view of an elk. The feeling of a lake rippling beneath your paddle board. The experience of huddling under a tree, waiting for an […]
July 13, 2020

Right Whales now ranked as critically endangered species

The International Union for Conservation (IUCN) has uplisted the North Atlantic Right Whales from endangered to critically endangered. This move now raises concern about the possible […]
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 […]