Articles and researches

February 20, 2020

How often do you really need to shower? | MNN

If you don’t shower much — but generally keep that information to yourself because of the negative stigma — you’re not alone. Following hot on the […]
February 20, 2020

Home on a sloped ravine uses natural materials to blend into the landscape

Built by Chicago-based firm Wheeler Kearns Architects, the Ravine House is a beautiful home that sits tucked into a natural forest setting just outside of Highland […]
February 20, 2020

CLT gives a sustainable community center in Copenhagen a welcoming feel

In the Copenhagen suburb of Brønshøj, local architectural practice NORD Architects has completed the Parish Center, a contemporary community center and place of worship that’s primarily […]
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 […]