Articles and researches

December 8, 2020

Modular home in Delft boasts low-carbon timber build and a green roof

Building information modeling (BIM), modular construction and low-carbon timber materials combine in the sustainable Buitenhuis, a small, low-impact home with beautiful farmland views in Heinenoord, the […]
December 8, 2020

A pygmy possum on Kangaroo Island revives conservationists’ hopes

After months of waiting, a little pygmy possum has been found on Kangaroo Island in Australia. This is the first time that the tiny animal has […]
December 8, 2020

Should green architecture firms design airports?

A group of award-winning architects concerned about climate change came together in 2019 and launched an organization called Architects Declare. But now, two big-name members, Foster […]
December 8, 2020

Nimble makes phone accessories from recycled plastic, CDs and more

Technological innovation is here to stay. With it comes the struggle to control e-waste and its assault on the environment. So the three co-founders of Nimble […]
December 8, 2020

Nimble makes phone accessories from recycled plastic, CDs and more

Technological innovation is here to stay. With it comes the struggle to control e-waste and its assault on the environment. So the three co-founders of Nimble […]
December 8, 2020

BIG designs the energy-efficient “heart” of Johns Hopkins University

Johns Hopkins University has tapped Bjarke Ingels Group to rejuvenate its campus with the new Hopkins Student Center — nicknamed “The Village” — that will serve as a […]
December 7, 2020

Send your coworkers these sustainable holiday gifts

It’s the age-old question that manages to stump people in the workforce every year: what to buy coworkers for the holidays? With many people working from […]
December 7, 2020

UN warns that humans will lose their war against nature

Fiction writing students learn about the handful of archetypal plots, including man versus nature. Usually that means something like 127 Hours, where a hiker in Utah […]