Articles and researches

May 19, 2021

an interview with adventurer Sara Dykman

Millions of monarch butterflies spend the winter in the oyamel fir tree forests in Michoacán, Mexico. When the weather warms up in spring, they leave the […]
May 18, 2021

So Good So You delivers shots of organic, vegan nutritional support

As varied as they are, it seems every nutritional plan can agree on one thing — fruits and veggies are good for the body. The team […]
May 18, 2021

Cargo ships’ exhaust purification systems are polluting the oceans

A study carried out by the International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT) has found that cargo ships are discharging potentially harmful waste into the oceans. Waste from the […]
May 18, 2021

UK plastic waste is being exported to and burned in Turkey

Approximately 40% of the U.K.’s plastic waste was sent to Turkey last year, according to a Greenpeace U.K. report. This is equivalent to 210,000 metric tons […]
May 18, 2021

A telecoms building gets a new life as energy-producing apartments

Dutch practice orange architects has given an old telecommunications building a new lease on life by transforming the Rotterdam property into a solar-powered apartment complex. Completed […]
May 18, 2021

WELL-designed home eliminates toxins from interior textiles

While you’re probably aware that asbestos and lead-based paint could be lurking in older homes, you may not know about the risk of chemical exposure in […]
May 17, 2021

How to shop small, local businesses on Prime Day 2021

Amazon was already big, then came the pandemic. Many people who were devoted to shopping local found their commitment wane. Not only did they start to […]
May 17, 2021

Energy-efficient Luxembourg library follows cradle-to-cradle principles

After five years of construction, architecture firm BOLLES+WILSON has completed the new home for the Bibliothèque National du Luxembourg, a visually striking and energy-efficient building that […]