Articles and researches

August 24, 2021

New environmental racism scorecard calls out ExxonMobil

The grading period has ended, and it’s time to find out who got the high scores and who’s failing the class. According to a new environmental […]
August 24, 2021

Copper-clad Bondi House highlights compact, multi-level living

Armed with a thoughtful combination of natural light, garden outlooks and angled design, this copper-clad townhouse in Australia manages to achieve compact, multi-level living with a […]
August 24, 2021

Akersbakken Bicycle Hotel design blends into the landscape

With a community and business mindset that matches Oslo, Norway’s initiative to make the city carbon-neutral, the Akersbakken Housing Association set out to provide a very […]
August 23, 2021

The International Garden Festival presents new 2021 installations

Magic lies outside is the theme of the annual International Garden Festival, which aims to “bring us hope, to exalt creativity and to add colour to this […]
August 23, 2021

Annual Amazon deforestation rate hits highest levels in a decade

A new report by Brazilian research institute Imazon shows that the Amazon forest has experienced the highest level of annual deforestation in a decade. Despite global calls for action, poor […]
August 23, 2021

Unprecedented rainfall hits snowy summit in Greenland

On Greenland’s highest summit, snow is the norm. But on the weekend of August 14-15, it rained. A lot. Seven billion tons of water hit the […]
August 23, 2021

Butterfly Effect bridge offers safe passage for pollinators

As a result of the Our Energy Our Landscape design challenge, Dutch design studio VenhoevenCS, landscape architecture agency DS Landschapsarchitecten and solar energy firm Studio Solarix […]
August 23, 2021

Higg provides a sustainability report for consumer products

The race is on to battle climate change in notable and impactful ways. While every citizen can help by reducing emissions and lowering their carbon footprint, […]