Articles and researches

February 8, 2021

Denmark’s artificial island for green energy to power 3M homes

The government of Denmark has approved plans for an artificial island in the North Sea to act as a clean energy hub for the country. The […]
February 8, 2021

CleanAirZone debuts a bio-based air purifier at CES 2021

At the virtual CES 2021, air purification R&D company CleanAirZone showcased its Bio-Based Air Purifier, a new product that it claims can even eliminate coronaviruses, including […]
February 8, 2021

Wadden Sea World Heritage Center promises great views and research opportunities

The Wadden Sea, known for being the largest unbroken system of tidal flats and wetlands on Earth, stretches from Denmark and Germany through the Netherlands. Protected […]
February 8, 2021

Pod-shaped Coco Villa immerses guests in nature and luxury

Hidden in the jungle high above Hermosa Beach near the Costa Rican town of Uvita is the Art Villas Resort, a luxurious and sustainably-minded glamping destination with […]
February 5, 2021

This home in Vietnam stays cool with a rooftop rainwater sprinkler

Located in Hai Duong, Vietnam, this solar-powered home designed by H&P Architects and completed in 2020 is made of steel, bamboo and locally sourced brick. The […]
February 5, 2021

Used face masks could be repurposed for making roads

A recent study published in the journal Science of The Total Environment has revealed that discarded, single-use face masks could be used to make stronger, cheaper roads. The […]
February 5, 2021

World’s smallest reptile discovered in Madagascar

Lizard lovers will swoon over a newly discovered species of tiny chameleon. Brookesia nana dwells in the Madagascar rainforest and may be the smallest — and […]
February 5, 2021

Medley’s sustainable furniture supports reforestation

Founded by brothers Travis Nagle and Ryan Schultz, Medley Furniture has brought its sustainable agenda a step further via a partnership with the National Forest Foundation. The […]