Articles and researches

January 6, 2020

Animal rights groups work to “Open Cages” of animals on fur farms

The fashion industry has recently experienced a rise in fur bans, thanks to successful pressure by animal rights advocacy groups and heightened consumer awareness. But these […]
January 6, 2020

What’s eating Betelgeuse? | MNN

The star known as Betelgeuse used to be one of the brightest objects in our night sky. In fact, it was easily discernible to the naked […]
January 6, 2020

Planned community embraces luxe, eco-conscious design in Bocas del Toro, Panama

More than 12 years in the making, the 457-acre planned community of Casi Cielo has just begun sales for its first phase. Located on Panama’s northern […]
January 6, 2020

Scientists unravel the mysteries of ‘cotton candy’ planets | MNN

“Super-puffs” may sound like a sweet treat you’d find at the grocery store, but these “cotton candy” exoplanets are much more interesting. Scientists at NASA, fueled […]
January 6, 2020

Award-winning Australian winery adds new, sustainable building

Victoria’s Yarra Valley is an idyllic region known for its award-winning vineyards. Now, guests to the Medhurst Winery have a new, sustainable tasting area to enjoy the label’s […]
January 6, 2020

New Zealand opens Paparoa Track, first new ‘Great Walk’ in 25 years | MNN

New Zealand is known as an outdoor adventurer’s dream. Countless mountains, dense forests and deep caves await those who want to discover diverse and spectacular landscapes. […]
January 6, 2020

PANGAIA presents FLWRDWN, a down alternative made from biodegradable wildflowers

With a concern for the treatment of ducks and geese during the gathering of feathers for down bedding and clothing, one company has developed a proprietary, […]
January 6, 2020

​How the smartphone changed our cities and our lives in the last decade | MNN

Urban planner Brent Toderian recently tweeted: QUESTION: As we approach the end of not only the year, but the DECADE, what do you think is the […]