Articles and researches

April 13, 2020

UK bees and wildflowers thrive during lockdown

While humans stay at home and the workforce cuts back to only those who provide essential services, mowing the verges along roadsides in the U.K. is […]
April 13, 2020

Fostering and adopting pets during the pandemic

As COVID-19 sweeps the U.S., animal shelters have seen an upswing of interest as more animal lovers adopt or foster pets. While some people don’t want […]
April 13, 2020

Urban farms are thriving amid the pandemic | MNN

With much of the world locked down to prevent the spread of coronavirus, most of us are looking for any good news we can get. Global […]
April 13, 2020

Self-sustaining Shade House helps combat urban pollution

Bangkok-based architectural firm, Ayutt and Associates design, has unveiled a stunning self-sustaining home in the Thai capital. The Shade House is a three-story home covered in the firm’s signature […]
April 10, 2020

Longleaf forests get the help they need | MNN

Enviva and The Longleaf Alliance announce a partnership to protect and restore one of the most biodiverse ecosystems in North America. Enviva, the world’s largest producer […]
April 10, 2020

Kengo Kuma, K2LD win bid to design Founders’ Memorial in Singapore

Kengo Kuma & Associates and K2LD Architects have won an international competition for the Founders’ Memorial in Singapore, a national landmark that will honor not only […]
April 10, 2020

Office building uses 112 ‘smart’ chimneys to regulate light, air and energy

Mario Cucinella Architects has created a sustainable public building that uses several active and passive elements to lower its environmental footprint. Specifically, the new timber-clad headquarters […]
April 10, 2020

Losing your sense of smell may point to coronavirus — or not | MNN

Anosmia, or losing your sense of smell, affects more than your nose. Because taste is linked to smell, you lose both senses. It’s a relatively common […]