Articles and researches

May 22, 2020

Ancient Mayan-inspired Casa Merida operates off the grid in Mexico

In the hot and humid Yucatán capital of Mérida, blasting air conditioning all day is commonly regarded as a necessity of life. But Mexico City-based Ludwig […]
May 22, 2020

Did you know you have 5 different appetites? | MNN

When you’re hungry, what do you eat? Do you reach for fresh fruits and vegetables or grab chips or ice cream? There’s likely no consistent answer. […]
May 22, 2020

A strange and tiny seahorse has been discovered in South Africa | MNN

A tiny species of seahorse never seen in African waters before has been discovered in South Africa’s Sodwana Bay. In fact, the pygmy seahorses found among […]
May 22, 2020

NAPA heroes donate supplies to community | MNN

NAPA AUTO PARTS stores can always be counted on to support their communities during a crisis. Today, as hospitals and health care organizations across the country […]
May 21, 2020

Tiny minimalist cabin in the Pyrenees uses natural materials

Although known as one of the most idyllic areas in Spain, the Catalan Pyrenees are also known for their rugged landscapes and harsh winter climate, both […]
May 21, 2020

Cicadapocalypse: What you need to know | MNN

Spring has sprung in the Northern Hemisphere, bringing with it a wide range of wildlife. Warming weather spurs lots of animals to get back to work […]
May 21, 2020

Crowds fill national park for Yellowstone reopening

As some of the biggest national parks start to reopen, visitors reassure themselves that it is safe to be outdoors. But unfortunately in places like the […]
May 21, 2020

US renewables hit milestone in surpassing coal output

The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted nationwide energy supply-and-demand patterns. Stay-at-home social distancing measures have altered U.S. electricity consumption. Bulk electricity usage by commercial businesses and industrial manufacturing has given way […]