Articles and researches

January 16, 2020

Pilgrims can still follow this ancient path from Canterbury to Rome | MNN

In 990 A.D., Archbishop Sigeric of Canterbury, England, traveled to Rome to meet with Pope John XV. On his way home, he kept a detailed travel […]
January 15, 2020

The oceans are warming so fast, it’s like 5 atomic bombs exploding every second | MNN

Yet another new study has confirmed some of our most alarmist fears about global warming: that it’s tracking according to our worst-case projections, the effects are […]
January 15, 2020

Photographer beckons you to explore White Sands National Park | MNN

“White Sands Cottonwood Fall” (Photo: © Craig Varjabedian) Fine art photographer Craig Varjabedian has spent his career focusing his lens on the natural wonders of New […]
January 15, 2020

Why people with Parkinson’s disease can perform an Irish dance effortlessly | MNN

Could Irish dancing be the next medical frontier in the fight against Parkinson’s disease? Daniel Volpe thinks so. And he knows a thing or two about […]
January 15, 2020

Passive solar community in Brazil combines social justice and sustainability

To empower a marginalized community in Brazil’s Maranhão state, São Paulo-based architecture firm Estudio Flume has completed Castanha de Caju, a new headquarters for a women’s agricultural cooperative […]
January 15, 2020

Why a silent book club is a brilliant idea | MNN

Even introverts need social outings, say the founders of this special kind of book club. ‘We think it’s important to put down our phones and be […]
January 15, 2020

Rolls-Royce unveils prototype for world’s fastest electric plane

Innovation is the name of the game for luxury industry leaders like Rolls-Royce, so it’s no surprise they have a variety of sustainable travel projects in […]
January 15, 2020

Jupiter’s atmosphere is still putting on a show | MNN

Jupiter’s atmosphere is quite simply a work of art. With an atmosphere that best resembles the sun, Jupiter is predominantly made up of hydrogen and helium, […]