Articles and researches

February 20, 2020

How much can you control your happiness? | MNN

If you’re happy with life and the world around you, who gets the credit? Likewise, if things are dreary and feel unhopeful, who gets the blame? […]
February 19, 2020

Why dishwashers are better than hand washing | MNN

It’s a question that has been asked for years: Is a dishwasher or washing dishes greener? Which uses less energy and water? When TreeHugger looked at […]
February 19, 2020

The ‘most famous bike trail in the world’ may be leased to oil companies | MNN

For decades, Utah’s Sand Flats — and specifically, the Slickrock Trail — has been a place where people spend their energy in the best possible way. […]
February 19, 2020

Critics question Amazon’s sustainability amidst Bezos Earth Fund launch

Earlier this week, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos vowed to mitigate the impact of climate change by establishing the Bezos Earth Fund. He’s committed $10 billion to […]
February 19, 2020

Tackling sustainability in sporting events

At the recent Super Bowl, the NFL focused on sustainability more than in past years with its Ocean to Everglades (O2E) initiative throughout South Florida. Efforts […]
February 19, 2020

Australian Aboriginal tale might be the oldest story ever told | MNN

In science, we don’t often give much credence to witness accounts that are told years after the event they describe, for the simple fact that human […]
February 19, 2020

Odor-free Sepura makes home composting easier than ever

If you’ve ever wanted to start composting at home but got put off by the hassle and the smell, the Sepura could be the sustainable solution […]
February 19, 2020

Why poodles are so often misunderstood | MNN

Sometimes it’s tough to get past that pretty face. Poodles often get stereotyped as frou-frou or ditzy, and it’s often just because of their elaborate haircuts. […]