Articles and researches

April 30, 2021

a safe, fashionable, eco-friendly outfit for travel

The last year has made most people more germ-conscious than ever before. Most of us have become paranoid about things we used to take for granted. […]
April 30, 2021

Research continues to unravel plastic industry recycling lies

A new study has proven once more that plastic recycling is a lie. According to American Chemistry Council data, only 14% of all plastic is recycled. […]
April 30, 2021

Easy, meaningful ways to celebrate Arbor Day

Back in April 1872, citizens of Nebraska City, Nebraska gathered to plant trees in hopes of making the flat, Midwestern plains more inviting to settlers. The […]
April 30, 2021

Architects build contemporary estate in Poland around an established garden

Instead of purchasing expensive, large trees to place around a newly built residence, this property’s owner decided to reverse the traditional order of home-building by landscaping […]
April 30, 2021

10 thoughtful, eco-friendly Mother’s Day gift ideas

Moms are notoriously easy to shop for; after all, who else would have saved a lumpy brown piece of clay that was supposed to be a […]
April 29, 2021

The Alpex Cultural Centre converts a factory into a community center

With a mission to revitalize the area, the Alpex Cultural Centre is a project that transformed a former machining factory in France for modern use. Throughout […]
April 29, 2021

Vertical wind turbines could make wind farms more efficient

Research carried out by Oxford Brookes University has found that vertical turbine designs could make large wind farms more effective. In the study, the researchers compared […]
April 29, 2021

Can bacteria capture and eliminate microplastics?

Scientists at Hong Kong Polytechnic University have found a way to use bacteria’s natural stickiness to pull microplastics from the environment. Their vision is that microplastics […]