Articles and researches

December 14, 2020

EPA finalizes rule to make efforts against climate change more difficult

Like an evil troll throwing a curse over its shoulder before being banished from the kingdom, President Donald Trump’s EPA finalized a rule that could make […]
December 14, 2020

Good Days brings sustainable activewear to Hong Kong

Out of yoga studios and into closets all over the world, activewear remains a huge fashion trend. One company in Hong Kong is putting a twist […]
December 14, 2020

Eco-friendly holiday gifts your partner will love

If you’re a fan of Inhabitat, chances are your partner supports sustainable living as well! If not, what better time than the holidays to introduce your […]
December 11, 2020

Sustainable holiday gift ideas for siblings

You grew up with them and have probably known them your whole life. So why are some siblings so hard to shop for? We’ve scoured the […]
December 11, 2020

Human-produced mass now outweighs the Earth’s biomass

Research published in Nature revealed that human-made matter now outweighs the earth’s biomass. The research further shows that, on average, every person on Earth is responsible […]
December 11, 2020

Water joins the commodities market

Water has now joined oil and gold on the commodities market. This week, the Chicago Mercantile Exchange launched the United States’ first water market tied to […]
December 11, 2020

An old farmhouse becomes a hotel focused on indoor-outdoor living

Spanish architecture firm GANA Arquitectura has rehabilitated a historic cortijo — a type of traditional rural dwelling common in southern Spain — into a beautiful new […]
December 11, 2020

Zimbabwe permaculture education center promotes self-sufficiency

German architecture firm Studio Anna Heringer has completed the first kindergarten in Zimbabwe’s Chimanimani District, a rural and desolate region home to about 200 families that have long lacked access […]