Articles and researches

December 21, 2020

Wood-burning stoves can triple particulate matter levels in homes

A recent study published in the journal Atmosphere shows that wood-burning stoves are harmful to air quality and can triple the level of particulate matter in […]
December 21, 2020

Princeton study shows possibility for a carbon-neutral US

It’s hard to imagine everybody making the necessary sacrifices for the U.S. to be carbon-neutral in 30 years, even if it does mean the difference between […]
December 21, 2020

Pandemic-inspired Dwelling on Wheels offers off-grid living anywhere

A pilot project inspired by the pandemic, Dwelling on Wheels is the newest tiny home on wheels designed by Seattle-based firm, Modern Shed. The home features 220 square […]
December 21, 2020

ZHA unveils a low-carbon Shenzhen Science and Technology Museum

Zaha Hadid Architects has unveiled renders for the future Shenzhen Science & Technology Museum, an organically inspired, U-shaped museum that will not only raise Shenzhen’s reputation […]
December 18, 2020

Bangkok’s Mega Park reimagines mega-malls as green community hubs

Thai architecture firm Architectkidd has flipped the script on the typical Southeast Asian shopping mall with its completion of Mega Park, a nature-focused retail connection in […]
December 18, 2020

Biden chooses his climate team — here are the nominees

As president-elect Joe Biden continues to pick his Cabinet and agency heads, eco-conscious Americans watch to see what his choices will mean for the climate crisis. […]
December 18, 2020

Predators can easily spot mountain hares in Scotland thanks to climate change

A new study published in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B has revealed that mountain hares in Scotland are exposed to more predators due to […]
December 18, 2020

The Cyril tiny home has space for everything — including the cats

Tiny houses are intended to feel cozy, so when clients Summer and Jason told the designers at Build Tiny that their house couldn’t be a home […]