Articles and researches

July 24, 2020

Flow of plastic waste in the ocean could triple by 2040

New research by The Pew Charitable Trusts and SYSTEMIQ has found that the plastic flow into the oceans could triple by 2040 without immediate action. But […]
July 24, 2020

keeping emissions low as the U.S. reopens

As global carbon emissions continue to decrease due to COVID-19, history shows that this drop may not be sustainable. The Great Depression saw a carbon emissions […]
July 24, 2020

Safari Condo’s Alto travel trailer can be pulled by electric cars

Travel in a recreational vehicle is not necessarily an Earth-friendly activity. Big rigs hauling big toys expel large quantities of emissions and guzzle gas at an […]
July 23, 2020

Off-grid home threads through a South African riverine forest

When a nature-loving elderly couple tapped South African architecture firm Frankie Pappas to design their new home, they requested a residence with minimal site impact. The architects responded […]
July 23, 2020

Antarctica’s seafloor is leaking methane, scientists confirm

For the first time, scientists have confirmed that methane leaking is from Antarctica’s sea bed. They say the methane is likely escaping into the atmosphere. Continue reading below […]
July 23, 2020

Prefab home was assembled onsite in New Zealand in just 4 days

The Karangahake House is nestled within the dense mountain forest of Waitawheta Valley, located on the North Island of New Zealand. The secluded home is built […]
July 23, 2020

Conceptual eco-village empowers women in Beirut

In a bid to advance gender equity in Lebanon, Beirut-based Anastasia Elrouss Architects has proposed the Vertical Eco-Village: Urban Lung of Beirut, a three-pronged proposal that […]
July 23, 2020

A historic farm is thoughtfully repurposed into an organic winery

On a mixed farm dating back to the 13th century in East Sussex, Rye-based RX Architects has repurposed a series of old farm buildings into the […]