Articles and researches

June 30, 2020

Can manufacturing green sand beaches save our planet?

It sounds too good to be true — spread some rocks on a beach and the ocean will do the work to remove carbon dioxide from […]
June 30, 2020

Tiny living helps this family cut costs and find balance

When one tiny house is just a bit too tiny, why not get two? One single mom who flipped houses for a living decided to do […]
June 30, 2020

Newly renovated Seventh Generation HQ focuses on sustainability

Seventh Generation, the company famous for its eco-friendly and bio-based home and personal care products, recently unveiled its renovated headquarters in Burlington, Vermont. Finished in January […]
June 29, 2020

These solar-powered cabins are made of natural materials and shungite plaster

The Karg Cabin provides owners with a cozy opportunity for off-grid living with 100% solar-power capabilities (and that’s not even its most sustainable feature). These honeycombed-shaped […]
June 29, 2020

UNStudio unveils “future-proof” energy-generating education building for TU Delft

UNStudio has unveiled designs for Echo, a new multipurpose academic building for TU Delft that will not only generate its own energy via solar panels but […]
June 29, 2020

IceWind demos new residential wind turbine in Texas

Residential micro wind turbines may one day become a popular way for people to produce their own power at home. Over the Fourth of July weekend, […]
June 29, 2020

Ottan Studio transforms green waste into home decor

Green design start-up Ottan Studio is committed to producing upcycled decor out of food and green waste. By collecting materials such as fruit peels, expired grains, vegetable […]
June 29, 2020

New study finds microplastics in fruits and vegetables

A recent study published in the journal Environmental Research has revealed that microplastics are absorbed in the fruits and vegetables we consume. According to the study, […]