Articles and researches

June 17, 2020

Passive House-certified development offers affordable housing in South Bronx

New York City-based Curtis + Ginsberg Architects has completed Park Avenue Green, the largest Passive House development in North America that is inspirational in more ways […]
June 17, 2020

New technology could harness energy from trees

A new technology that draws power from trees brings a new dimension to the sustainable energy conversation. New research shows that drawing energy from trees could […]
June 17, 2020

Discover the powers of nature in Denmark’s newly opened NATURKRAFT exploratorium

Last week, Denmark’s NATURKRAFT officially opened to offer the public a new space for experiencing the “physical and aesthetic powers of nature.” Designed by Thøgersen & […]
June 17, 2020

How to have an eco-friendly picnic

Summer is just around the corner, and that means it’s picnic season. But a picnic with juice boxes and individually wrapped treats creates a lot of […]
June 17, 2020

The new Treehugger is almost cooked

We will be back really soon. I was always terrible at cooking marshmallows. I was impatient and held them too close to the flames and they […]
June 16, 2020

Can eating cicadas solve the sustainable protein problem?

Have you ever considered eating insects as a source of protein? If your answer is no, now may be the time to reconsider. According to a study by […]
June 16, 2020

Latest spill increases worries about Canada’s Trans Mountain pipeline

A major spill last Saturday has renewed Canadians’ worries about the Trans Mountain pipeline. Up to 50,000 gallons of crude oil flooded Sumas First Nation’s land […]
June 16, 2020

Explore eerie wonders at the Museum of Underwater Art

Four years after its initial conception, Australia’s Museum of Underwater Art has finally opened to the public, becoming the first-ever underwater art museum in the Southern Hemisphere. Located […]