Articles and researches

September 3, 2020

Bond Pet Foods develops slaughter-free chicken for sustainable pet food

It’s an ethical conundrum vegetarian pet owners frequently face — isn’t it hypocritical to eschew meat consumption yourself while still supporting animal slaughter by purchasing pet […]
September 3, 2020

The afterlife of solar panels

You might think of solar panels as a top sustainability solution. While it’s true that they’re terrific for harnessing renewable energy from the sun, photovoltaic panels […]
September 3, 2020

This timber-clad cabin appears to hover over an idyllic lake landscape

Rye-based architectural practice RX Architects has completed a charming cabin at the edge of a lake in Brabourne, an English village within the Kent Downs Area […]
September 2, 2020

Renewable energy lab glows like a lantern in Germany

On a site formerly used for experiments on solar energy, Stuttgart-based architectural practice Behnisch Architekten has completed Building 668 (KIT Energy Lab 2.0), a massive testing […]
September 2, 2020

New green technology could harvest body heat as energy

Scientists have created thermocells, energy-efficient devices, that can harvest excess heat and convert it into renewable energy. They hope to create portable batteries that could be […]
September 2, 2020

Arctic wildfires are emitting 35% more carbon compared to 2019

Wildfires are releasing more carbon emissions in the first eight months of 2020 than they did in all of 2019. According to a recent report by […]
September 2, 2020

Prefab, luxury eco-pod sits high in the Swiss Alps

With sweeping views of the Rhône Valley just south of Lake Geneva, the Zen Suite is the latest addition to the Whitepod Eco-Luxury Hotel. Designed by […]
September 2, 2020

“Climate-neutral” Spiral Tower lets you see the city from new heights

A Dutch consortium of companies has teamed up to propose an ambitious city landmark — the Spiral Tower, an eco-friendly urban attraction, could be the “world’s first […]