Articles and researches

June 8, 2021

This Harvey Milk memorial brings green space to San Francisco

SWA Group has reimagined San Francisco’s Harvey Milk Plaza in an ambitious new project honoring the late LGBTQ+ hero. Chosen out of 17 design firms invited […]
June 8, 2021

South Korea to plant 3 billion trees by 2050

The South Korea Forest Service has announced its plans to plant 3 billion trees within the next three decades. In the program, the Korean government plans […]
June 8, 2021

Chocolate frog surprises Australian scientists in New Guinea

Scientists from Queensland Museum have announced the newly discovered and deliciously named chocolate frog. This adorable creature lives in hot, swampy areas of New Guinea, according […]
June 8, 2021

Awaawaroa Bay off-grid home offers an escape through simplicity

Everyone feels the need to get away from it all sometimes. That can be defined many ways, but for the clients of this project, it means […]
June 8, 2021

Turtle Sanctuary at Kalba Mangrove Reserve houses facilities in modular pods

The wildlife at Kalba Mangrove Reserve ranges from migratory seabirds and endangered turtles to stingrays and gazelles, though all of them are feeling substantially more protected […]
June 7, 2021

Ray of Hope Prize program names top 10 nature-inspired startups

Left alone, nature maintains a perfect balance — a symbiotic relationship between plants and animals that allows them to share resources and benefit each other. Working […]
June 7, 2021

Human actions are causing endangered right whales to shrink in size

Right whales born today are shorter by approximately one meter as compared to their counterparts born in the 1980s, according to new research published in the journal […]
June 7, 2021

Lake life suffers from declining oxygen levels

Fish are struggling to breathe and algal blooms flourish in lakes around the world, thanks to a drastic decrease in oxygen levels. A new study published […]