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Climate change is making Hurricane Ian worse than ever

Climate change is making Hurricane Ian worse than ever

We’re not just imagining that hurricanes are worse than they used to be. Scientists have noted the process of rapid intensification, which means hurricanes quickly become super deadly. And they say this is related to climate change. Continue reading below Our Featured Videos On Tuesday morning, Hurricane Ian turned into a Category 3 storm with sustained winds of 125 miles-per-hour. […]

Fish species extinct for 100 years is brought back to life

Fish species extinct for 100 years is brought back to life

The Greenback cutthroat trout, which was considered extinct for over 100 years, has been brought back to Colorado. The fish species was thought to be extinct in the 1930s, due to overfishing and mining pollution among other causes. According to Biologists from Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW), the trout species are naturally reproducing again. Continue reading below Our Featured Videos In […]

Safely get lost in the jungle at LOST LINDENBERG

Safely get lost in the jungle at LOST LINDENBERG

Newly opened in the summer of 2022, LOST LINDENBERG is a guest collective with an emphasis on connection — both with nature and other humans. Continue reading below Our Featured Videos Located on the west coast of Bali, Indonesia, the entrance is a surprising contrast to the surrounding village-lined road that leads to it. The compilation of neon signs marks […]

The Jakob Factory in Vietnam builds walls out of live plants

The Jakob Factory in Vietnam builds walls out of live plants

The Jakob Factory in Vietnam is a new manufacturing facility that aims to create a model for sustainable manufacturing architecture in tropical climates. In fact, the building is covered with a biophilic design in the shape of an exterior porous skin. It is the brainchild of G8A Architecture & Urban Planning and rollimarchini architekten from Bern. Continue reading below Our […]

Are 3D-printed homes a sustainable option for the future?

Are 3D-printed homes a sustainable option for the future?

Few industries have seen the fast-paced level of innovations like the 3D-printing world. What began as a high-priced device capable of printing a small figurine in 12 or more hours has exploded into technology that can print the framework of a house in a few days’ time. The process is being touted as a sustainable solution for housing shortages, but […]

Top 1 Percent of Emitters Responsible for One Quarter of Emissions Since 1990

Just 1 percent of the global population is responsible for nearly a quarter of carbon emissions since 1990, according to new research. The study estimated emissions from individuals’ consumption and their financial investments, as well as from government spending in their country. “Individuals can consume carbon, but they can also own [and invest in] firms that produce carbon,” Lucas Chancel, […]

Switzerland loses more of its glaciers than ever before

Switzerland loses more of its glaciers than ever before

A new study by the Swiss Academy of Sciences has revealed that Switzerland has lost up to 6% of its glaciers this year. The study has attributed the fast melting of glaciers to climate change and other local factors. The findings of the study come just after a warm summer that was characterized by heat waves across Europe. According to the […]

Global insect protein market spreads its wings by 2027

Global insect protein market spreads its wings by 2027

Thanks in part to a sports nutrition craze, the global insect protein market may reach 3.3 billion dollars by 2027. A new report projects growth of 32.7% over the next five years. Continue reading below Our Featured Videos You can divide the insect protein market into three main categories: animal nutrition, pharmaceuticals and cosmetic products and food and beverages. Currently, […]

Rammed earth is still popular as a sustainable solution

Rammed earth is still popular as a sustainable solution

In response to some of the challenges of climate change, the building industry is turning to some throwback techniques to reduce site impact, but also create “thermal” structures that promote passive temperature control. Heat is not the only environmental challenge that we face. There are also major considerations on how structures can endure wildfires, earthquakes, hurricanes and tornadoes. Continue reading […]

Human composting is a possible burial option for you

Human composting is a possible burial option for you

Did you know that in most U.S. states, burials on private land are legal? So if you’re a homebody, you can spend eternity in your backyard. Of course, there are drawbacks, such as the risk of being dug up by animals, the potential ick factor for your housemates and the fact that the burial has to be disclosed to future […]