Two thousand trees, shrubs, and other plants will cover the wooden facade of a 54-meter-tall tower.
This is still experimental technology but in the future it could prove to be a lifeline.
Walk a mile in these shoes.
Landfill waste is given a second life by blasting it with plasma hotter than the sun. Now that’s a project we love!
You could say she… manurefactures them.
It’s like spinning gold from straw.
It’s up to us, the consumers, to make a difference.
Here are some clever tips to help you stop wasting food.
If you’re looking to power your home cleanly, here’s a good place to start.
Not just a pizza topping. Mushrooms could really become an important building material in the future.
Its embryos are “green”.
What is your footprint?
The inspiring story of Marsh Arabs and their amazing sustainable floating homes.
The fibers from used clothing can be broken down and used again to make new clothes, without going to the landfill.
Fleece jackets and yoga pants are to blame.
‘The transition is fully underway. If we are looking for cheap, competitive and reliable, I don’t see much alternative to wind’ says Wind Europe spokesman
Do you know what’s worse for the environment than driving a car? Driving alone.
The only constant is change. Seasons change, ecosystems change, the climate changes and people change.
Greening your own space could mean planting a seedling or developing a living building.