Articles and researches

March 23, 2020

UN releases World Water Development Report 2020

Climate change further challenges the world’s overstretched water resources, ultimately threatening all aspects of human life, according to the latest UN World Water Development Report. Most […]
March 22, 2020

Tips from an introvert on how to enjoy being alone during coronavirus | MNN

As a kid, I preferred reading books, spending time with my dogs, riding my bike or being off in the woods by myself. I liked seeing […]
March 21, 2020

Meet Lauren Killian, Enviva sustainability forester | MNN

Take a walk in the woods with Killian, who promotes forest health and stewardship and helps private landowners manage their forests. According to the U.S. Census […]
March 20, 2020

Now we know the reason for the narwhal’s tusk | MNN

Known as “the unicorns of the sea,” narwhals are unique for the solitary tusk that protrudes through the tops of their heads. The horn is actually […]
March 20, 2020

The drive-in movie theater may be just the cure for lockdown fatigue | MNN

Storefronts may be shuttered, offices hushed and sidewalks sparsely treaded amid a looming pandemic. But one unlikely beacon is shining a little brighter these days. That […]
March 20, 2020

Are these zero-carbon domes the future of sustainable housing?

When design and architecture start-up Geoship met its $100,000 equity crowdfunding goal in just five days in January 2020, founder and CEO Morgan Bierschenk knew the […]
March 20, 2020

Ibiza home uses passive, bioclimatic systems to reduce energy use

Spain’s idyllic Balearic Islands are an inspiration for artists and architects alike. One Formentera-based architect Marià Castelló has just used Ibiza’s spectacular beauty to craft a […]
March 20, 2020

WOHA to transform polluted swamp into green university

For nearly 50 years, Bangladesh-based nonprofit BRAC has championed change for good, and now the NGO will take its do-gooding a big step forward with the establishment of […]