Articles and researches

July 22, 2020

What Taco Bell’s menu changes mean for fast food-loving vegans

Taco Bell has some good news and some bad news for vegetarians. The company will eliminate its potato items, long a favorite among fast food-loving vegetarians […]
July 22, 2020

Polar bears could go extinct in 80 years if global warming persists

In recent years, the rate of melting ice has been on the rise because of global warming. But the reduced amount of ice makes it difficult […]
July 22, 2020

Zero-waste Orford Mews to bring energy-positive homes to East London

London-based property developer gs8 has unveiled designs for Orford Mews, a pilot project for a sustainable residential development in the North East London district of Walthamstow, […]
July 22, 2020

Pharrell Williams debuts The Pebble, a recyclable dining kit

Pentatonic, a circular economy company focused on removing single-use plastic products from the marketplace, partnered with acclaimed singer and outspoken opponent of single-use plastic Pharrell Williams […]
July 21, 2020

QuenchSea offers low-cost desalination device for humanitarian aid

Newly developed QuenchSea is a low-cost, handheld machine with the potential to become a complete life-saver for water-related emergency situations and humanitarian crises. The device has […]
July 21, 2020

Rehabilitation Center of China is topped with a healing roof garden

Stefano Boeri Architetti’s Chinese office has won an international competition with its design for the Rehabilitation Center of China, a facility that is expected to be […]
July 21, 2020

IKEA debuts plant-based meatballs

While a plate of Swedish meatballs has long been a standard part of an IKEA visit for omnivores, vegetarians endured the shopping trip on an empty stomach. Now, […]
July 21, 2020

Rec Room presents ethically produced dresses for summer

Comfort, style, equality, sustainability — these values encapsulate the essence of Rec Room and its products, including a new line of ethically crafted summer dresses you’ll […]