Articles and researches

December 1, 2020

“Ecocide” could soon be punishable by law

International lawyers are now working together to define the new crime of ecocide. By criminalizing ecosystem destruction, they hope to both punish and deter those who […]
December 1, 2020

Barcelona to transform Eixample streets into car-free zones

The city council of Barcelona has laid out a plan that will transform some of the streets in the Eixample district into car-free zones. According to […]
December 1, 2020

Twin cabins in Washington make use of reclaimed and natural materials

If there’s anything better than a cabin in the woods, it’s two cabins in the woods. For Kathleen Glossa of Swivel Interiors, in a collaboration with […]
December 1, 2020

Environmental charities to support on Giving Tuesday

After the extreme materialism of Black Friday and Cyber Monday comes an opportunity to support your favorite causes — without acquiring more stuff. Instead, Giving Tuesday […]
November 30, 2020

The best eco-friendly gifts for your grandparents

There’s no denying the holiday season is upon us. Whether that makes you ripple with excitement or reluctance, we have help for at least one of […]
November 30, 2020

Biophilic campus provides a safe haven for children with autism

Austin-based architecture and interior design firm Runa Workshop has recently completed One of the Kids, a nature-inspired campus for children who have autism. In preparing for […]
November 30, 2020

Arctic explorer tests the RIKR recycled plastic backpack

Often when products claim to be made from recycled materials, companies are only talking about the bulk of the item. When it comes to Groundtruth’s RIKR […]
November 30, 2020

Greenhouse gases hit record levels despite COVID-19 lockdowns

A recent report released by the World Metrological Organization (WMO) has revealed that greenhouse gasses have increased to record highs in the atmosphere despite the lockdowns caused by […]