Articles and researches

January 22, 2021

Washington is the first U.S. state to hold a climate assembly

Starting this month, residents of Washington are going to have direct say on climate matters in the state. Eighty members of the public have been randomly […]
January 22, 2021

LEED Gold apartments provide supportive housing in Los Angeles

In November 2020, the Westlake / Rampart Village neighborhood of Los Angeles welcomed the Rampart Mint Apartments, a new permanent supportive housing project that provides secure […]
January 22, 2021

Hydraloop recycles up to 250 gallons of water per day

On film, water recycling might look like something complicated that involves a lot of machinery and effort. But in a new documentary on Netflix, you can […]
January 21, 2021

How the Sunrise Movement is changing the climate activism game

Climate change has remained a central topic internationally for some time. Although a few non-believers still dismiss the idea, science has repeatedly shown the damaging effects […]
January 21, 2021

Reindeer herders in Norway take a wind farm to court

Reindeer herders of the Sámi Indigenous community have moved to a court of appeals in Norway to challenge a proposed wind power project. The Øyfjellet wind […]
January 21, 2021

Student inspires Miami-Dade County Public Schools to shift to electric buses

Holly Thorpe, a middle school student at Miami-Dade County Public Schools, has pushed the school district to shift from diesel-fueled buses to electric buses. The district […]
January 21, 2021

MIA Architecture’s office blends into the landscape with a mirrored facade

If ever there is a building type to emphasize dynamic appeal and make a statement, it should belong to an architectural firm. Standing true to this […]
January 20, 2021

House of Childhood is a daycare that emphasizes energy efficiency

As part of a National Association for Urban Renewal project that will run until 2030, the Maison de l’enfance à Albertville (Savoie, France) is the first […]