Articles and researches

April 24, 2020

Flamingos’ complex social lives include friends, enemies and maybe even frenemies | MNN

When you think of flamingos, you likely picture groups of them, their long legs half-submerged in the water. If you look closer, you’ll notice two, three […]
April 24, 2020

Dark Chalet in Utah will reach over 350% net-positive energy

Los Angeles-based Tom Wiscombe Architecture will be putting the final touches on its “Dark Chalet” by October 2020. Located about an hour north of Salt Lake […]
April 24, 2020

‘Tiger King’ drama overshadows abuse of captive tigers in U.S.

Netflix’s wildly popular “Tiger King” documentary series has been progressively sweeping the nation since it first aired on March 20. As an outrageous, binge-worthy drama released […]
April 23, 2020

Pakistan sees a surge in honey production | MNN

Pakistan may not be the biggest honey producer in the world — China, Turkey and the United States easily eclipse the 7,500 metric tons the country […]
April 23, 2020

Indonesian Microlibrary uses prefab FSC-certified timber

In the Indonesian city of Semarang, international architecture firm SHAU has completed Microlibrary Warak Kayu, an inspiring new public space that raises the bar for community […]
April 23, 2020

Isle of Man retreat is carbon-neutral and focused on conservation

The carbon-neutral Sartfell Restorative Rural Retreat is located on the Isle of Man, a self-governing island possession of the British Crown. The British Isle is known […]
April 23, 2020

How to cook dry beans

The time has come. You’ve cooked everything in the fridge, anything halfway palatable in the freezer and cupboard, and the only thing standing between you and […]
April 23, 2020

1,000-year-old mill restarts full-time flour making | MNN

An ancient mill in the United Kingdom with roots dating back to the year 1016 is resuming full-time flour production to help with local demand during […]