Articles and researches

July 29, 2020

Cuban painted snails critically endangered by illegal wildlife trade

Increased trafficking of colorful snail shells is now posing a serious threat to these species. The ‘painted snails’ are native to Cuba and are known to […]
July 29, 2020

Coconut oil production is a danger to vulnerable species

Coconut oil has been in the spotlight for a while now as a superstar for personal care and healthier eating. It might seem like a miracle […]
July 29, 2020

Could a private car ban make NYC more livable?

When COVID-19 brought New York City’s traffic to a shadow of itself, Vishaan Chakrabarti, former New York City urban-planning official and founder of Manhattan-based design firm […]
July 28, 2020

This dad built a backyard coffee shop with repurposed materials

When Julianna Astrid posted about the DIY coffee shop that her dad, Ed, built in his backyard, her social media blew up with supportive comments. The impressive […]
July 28, 2020

Rainn Wilson launches climate change web series featuring Greta Thunberg

A new web series, “An Idiot’s Guide to Climate Change”, will help shift viewers’ understanding of climate change from theoretical to terrifyingly real. Actor Rainn Wilson, […]
July 28, 2020

Arctic wildfires rage through Siberia

The earth’s poles have made the news a lot this summer, and not for good reasons. Now, another awful update has hit, with Arctic wildfires burning out […]
July 28, 2020

This DIY algae kit is an easy science experiment for kids

BioBombola is a DIY algae kit specially designed to teach kids how to grow their own domestic garden of spirulina – a sustainable source of plant-based […]
July 28, 2020

Isaac Burrough unveils solar-powered luxury yacht concept

New Zealand-based practice Isaac Burrough Design has proposed a new luxury yacht concept designed to maximize both energy efficiency and enjoyment out on the high seas. […]