Articles and researches

October 19, 2020

Finnish stamps shine a harsh light on climate change

The Finnish Post wanted to get the memo out about the climate crisis, but instead of using the internet, it went old school with snail mail. […]
October 19, 2020

Can robot dolphins replace real ones in marine parks?

Proponents of swimming with dolphins cite the thrill of feeling a human-animal connection that verges on spiritual and even claim health benefits like reducing stress and boosting T […]
October 19, 2020

Win a National Park tour for 2 from Inhabitat!

We’re all itching to get outdoors these days, and visiting National Parks is a safer travel option that allows you to take in the magnificent scenery […]
October 19, 2020

Iconic Farnsworth House gets a conceptual, sustainable redesign

As a design exercise, California-based architecture firm Jeff Barrett Studio has reimagined Mies van der Rohe’s iconic Farnsworth House for the modern times with a sustainable […]
October 19, 2020

Architecture students design a LEED Platinum home with an ADU in Kansas

Every year as part of Studio 804, University of Kansas School of Architecture & Design graduate students design and build an energy-efficient home for the community […]
October 16, 2020

100-year-old Buda Mill & Grain Co. has new life as a community gathering spot

Often, culture and community are so intertwined that one defines the other, as is the case with a rural town in Texas, where the residents embraced […]
October 16, 2020

San Diego Zoo successfully clones an endangered Przewalski’s horse

Kurt, a baby Przewalski’s horse, looks and plays like any other baby horse. But the now two-month-old colt is unique in that he is a clone. […]
October 16, 2020

New study finds eco-glitter just as damaging as ordinary glitter

Bad news for those of us who love sparkly stuff. Even though you thought you were saving the world one reflective particle at a time, that […]