Articles and researches

August 26, 2021

How many trees are needed to offset a city’s carbon emissions?

Trees are nature’s lungs. While we enjoy their beauty, shade and fruits of their existence, they are silently working to clean the air. The natural process of all […]
August 25, 2021

Buřinka designs world’s first 3D-printed parkour playground

Building Society Stavební spořitelna Česká spořitelna (Buřinka), the Czech Republic-based organization that brought us Protozoon, the country’s first 3D-printed house, is adding to its list of 3D […]
August 25, 2021

After 40 years, blue whales are returning to Spain

Blue whales have started returning to the coast of Spain 40 years after they vacated. The world’s largest mammals have been spotted on the coast of […]
August 25, 2021

‘Climate shocks’ threaten over half of Earth’s children

As every day brings us new stories of climate-related horror, there’s never been a better time to be old. Because the children are the ones who […]
August 25, 2021

Ken Soble Tower sets an example for high-rise sustainability

Vacant and in disrepair, the Ken Soble Tower in the city of Hamilton in Ontario, Canada was a candidate for a sale or demolition. But, ERA […]
August 25, 2021

Mexico City oasis features terrace gardens on every floor

In a city otherwise characterized by dense populations, high altitudes and metropolitan buildings, Chiapas 168 Building represents a refreshing respite from the hustle and bustle. Located […]
August 24, 2021

MINI Strip car uses 3D printing and recycled materials

With a focus on the future of sustainability in automotive design, the MINI Strip is a one-off car that resulted from a collaboration between two British […]
August 24, 2021

Extinction Rebellion protests take over London

On Monday, Extinction Rebellion (XR) protestors blocked a busy junction in Covent Garden, London during their first day of protests. Participants chained themselves together to block […]