Articles and researches

August 10, 2020

10 fun and fascinating facts about sharks

Sharks are the apex predators of the oceans, but they’re more than movie monsters and beach horror stories. There’s a lot that most people don’t know […]
August 10, 2020

Canada’s last Arctic ice shelf has collapsed

The Milne Ice Shelf, the largest remaining intact ice shelf in Canada, has collapsed. According to researchers studying the Milne Ice Shelf, the ice shelf collapsed […]
August 10, 2020

This tiny house is insulated with cork and powered by solar

Eco-friendly company The Tiny Housing Co. has added The Natura tiny home to its portfolio of unique designs. The tiny house is powered by 1000W solar […]
August 10, 2020

Solar-powered Brink Tower is a sustainable solution to Amsterdam’s housing shortage

Dutch architecture firm Mecanoo has won an international competition with the design for the Brink Tower, a new mixed-use skyscraper that will connect Amsterdam’s Van Der […]
August 10, 2020

Green-roofed CLT home opens up to a dreamlike garden in Germany

Near Hannover, Germany, Bremen-based treehouse specialist and architecture practice Baumraum has completed the Green Dwelling, a green-roofed, cross-laminated timber home built to achieve a strong fusion […]
August 7, 2020

FOReT’s accessories marry sustainability with high-fashion

Mining for metals and gems often harms the environment — to say nothing of the leather, ivory regularly used to produce accessories. But who says that […]
August 7, 2020

BP to reduce oil, gas production by 40% to focus on clean energy

London-based energy company BP has announced plans to reduce its oil and gas production by 40% and invest $5 billion dollars into clean energy strategies by […]
August 7, 2020

The states winning the carbon emissions fight may surprise you

For decades, many states have worked to reduce CO2 emissions. Although the federal government has failed to enact official plans, some individual states prioritize policies to […]