Articles and researches

January 21, 2020

Luzinterruptus turns plastic waste into “Death by Plastic” eco-art for COP25

Frustrated with the “ludicrous charade” of the COP25 World Climate Summit in December, Spanish design collective luzinterruptus turned to visual protest by creating the temporary guerrilla […]
January 21, 2020

Otterly awesome | 15 fascinating facts about otters | MNN

Otterly awesome Otters are perhaps one of the most charismatic of mammals. They possess cleverness and playfulness in equal quantities, and an abundance of cute. But […]
January 21, 2020

CRA proposes floating garden to revitalize Lugano’s waterfront

Carlo Ratti Associati (CRA) and Mobility in Chain (MiC) have unveiled a technologically savvy plan to better connect the Swiss city of Lugano with the beautiful […]
January 21, 2020

Even stray dogs understand human cues | MNN

Dogs were likely the first animals that human beings domesticated — scientific guesses vary as to whether that was 10,000 years ago in Europe or 30,000 […]
January 21, 2020

China plans to phase out single-use plastics by 2025

As the world’s most populous country, with close to 1.5 billion denizens, China also produces the largest quantity of plastic. In fact, the University of Oxford-based […]
January 21, 2020

A brighter future for West Virginia’s rare flying squirrel

A tagged West Virginia northern flying squirrel. The species was listed as endangered in 1985, but recovery efforts have been so successful that it was delisted […]
January 21, 2020

Self-sustaining Ugandan surgical facility provides healthcare to underserved areas

In an inspiring example of humanitarian architecture, Kliment Halsband Architects teamed up with Mount Sinai Surgery in New York to create the Mount Sinai Kyabirwa Uganda […]
January 21, 2020

Massive U.S. snowstorm births a ‘snow dragon’ in Maine | MNN

When nearly 100 million people are under winter weather alerts across the United States, a few are bound to get creative. Building a snowman is one […]