Articles and researches

June 10, 2021

This Tasmanian farmhouse has a ceiling insulated with local wool

Found on a sheep farm in the rural landscape of Bruny Island, Tasmania, Australia, this modern farmhouse addresses sustainability and tradition in its design. Known as […]
June 10, 2021

Mirume sells waste-free, to-go green tea for commuters in Japan

A morning stop called Mirume Dark Green Teahouse is colloquially known as the Green Tea Café. It’s located in Nagoya, Japan’s third largest city, in the […]
June 9, 2021

Congress and Conference Centre winning design aims to improve the community

Brainport Eindhoven is a cooperative region in Europe where companies, governments and educational institutions work together to develop innovative technology. So it’s no surprise the design […]
June 9, 2021

Climate change threatens Maine blueberries

Maine blueberries and the farmers who harvest them could be some of the latest victims of climate change. Scientists from the University of Maine have published […]
June 9, 2021

Carbon dioxide levels in atmosphere reach record high

Earth has just set a record it never wanted to set: the highest ever amount of carbon dioxide in its atmosphere. In May, that number reached […]
June 9, 2021

GlobeIn offers unique, handmade items from around the globe

The world is a big place, yet when we look around there is much to connect us as humans, regardless of where you’re from. GlobeIn, an […]
June 9, 2021

Click & Grow 25 is an efficient, self-monitoring indoor garden

In a world struggling to find balance between busy lifestyles and healthy living, Click and Grow 25 aims to offer an easy-to-use way to grow organic […]
June 8, 2021

Here’s your opportunity to join the Inhabitat team as a writer

Inhabitat, a leading website in green design and sustainable living, is seeking remote writers to contribute two or more articles per week with a focus on […]