Articles and researches

March 10, 2021

3D-printed smart lamp references Arabian wind catchers

Last year, designer Muhammad Khalid of Khawarizm Studio unveiled ‘The Future Catcher,’ a sculptural, 3D-printed smart lamp that placed third in the 2020 3D Printed Luminaire […]
March 10, 2021

Biden administration reinstates migratory bird protections

The Biden administration has reversed a Trump-era regulation that allowed companies to kill migratory birds without consequences. In the last month of Trump’s presidency, an interpretation […]
March 10, 2021

Los Angeles activist inspires others by cleaning up Eaton Canyon

Thunderstorms, snow, 117°F temperatures and even ash falling from the sky couldn’t keep Edgar McGregor from his mission: cleaning up Eaton Canyon. The 20-year-old man, who […]
March 10, 2021

Walkingboxes turns shipping containers into custom food trucks

The future of food trucks is sustainable — at least according to Walkingboxes, a German startup creating custom food trucks out of shipping containers. The company, […]
March 10, 2021

A former coal mine will become an eco-tourism hotspot in Scotland

The Barony NP (UK) Ltd. has tapped British architectural practice Scott Brownrigg to transform the site of an ex-coal mine into The Barony, a 44-hectare wellness […]
March 9, 2021

Pinea RV has its very own green roof

Barcelona-based studio ERA Architects is raising the bar for sustainable camping with its Pinea Mobile Ecological RV. The RV, which uses natural materials in its construction […]
March 9, 2021

Petaluma becomes first US city to ban construction of new gas stations

Petaluma, California has passed a law restricting the construction of new gasoline stations. Located 40 miles north of the San Francisco Bay Area, the small city […]
March 9, 2021

Lebanese hospital is world’s first to go vegan

If you’ve ever stayed in a hospital or visited someone in one around mealtime, you might have wondered if the lukewarm processed food was really going […]