Articles and researches

June 4, 2021

Kauhale Kai is a solar-powered, pavilion-style home on Hawaii’s Big Island

Inspired by a childhood of memories in the area, Kauhale Kai, a complex and a home, was commissioned by clients that wanted to honor Polynesian and […]
June 3, 2021

Toronto Region Conservation Authority’s net-zero office building

New buildings offer an opportunity for innovations in efficiency and eco-friendly design. ZAS Architects, in collaboration with Bucholz McEvoy Architects, considered these goals in the design […]
June 3, 2021

Little-known firms lead America’s list of top methane polluters

According to a new analysis of the latest emissions data available to the Environmental Protection Agency, little-known oil companies are the leading emitters of methane pollution. Among the […]
June 3, 2021

Biden administration pauses oil drilling leases in Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

The Biden administration has placed a moratorium on oil and gas leases, offered by the Trump administration, in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. In his last […]
June 3, 2021

Swim the summer away with sustainable MOMMA swimwear

The goal was simple: produce high-quality swimwear that is kind to the planet and to the people who wear it. The result is a newly launched […]
June 3, 2021

Wonderland Park Residence makes the most of an existing home

It seems we may never be too old to live in a treehouse — at least one that’s 3,700 square feet and incorporates a variety of […]
June 2, 2021

Trombia tests a fully autonomous electric street sweeper

Trombia Free is a fully autonomous street sweeper developed by Finnish road maintenance equipment manufacturer Trombia Technologies. The electric vehicle uses less than 15% of the […]
June 2, 2021

Scientists try triggering rain with electricity

A new method of triggering rain in water-scarce regions will be tested in the United Arab Emirates, according to research published in the Journal of Atmospheric […]