What is the house of the future going to look like?

Bigger, better, faster, stronger. Ok, maybe just better and stronger.

MIT researchers design forest domes for Mars colonists

If we’re going on Mars, we’re going in style.

LEGO Group achieves 100% renewable energy 3 years ahead of schedule, builds LEGO-turbine to celebrate

When you thought it’s not possible to love LEGO even more…

How a mycologist is making ‘living’ bricks out of mushrooms that are stronger than concrete

Not just a pizza topping. Mushrooms could really become an important building material in the future.

Simple tips you can follow for a sustainable Christmas

Easy ways to green up your Christmas.

What is ecotourism and why we need more of it

It’s a way to do a massive difference and it’s something which I hope more and more people will start doing.

China sees big drop in carbon emissions: “There is no turning back in China’s commitment to a sound eco-system”

This year has been full of encouraging news from China – apparently, they’re committed to their war on pollution, and not only has their coal consumption decreased, but coal consumption has also decoupled from economic growth – that is, their economy is growing even as they use less coal. Now, China’s carbon emissions saw the largest drop in years –

Glow-in-the-dark roads make debut in Netherlands

They not only look awesome, but they may actually save a lot of power. Light-absorbing glow-in-the-dark road markings have replaced streetlights on a 500m (0.3 mile) stretch of a highway in the Netherlands; this is just a test, and if everything goes alright, then authorities will implement them over longer and longer sections. The design was proposed back in 2012, and

Germany sells a vision for new generation green toys

Toys made out of recycled materials are of course a great initiative and can teach your kids a lot, while being very cheap and also fun, but Germany is set to show the world that things can get even better – way better. The latest trend in German green toys have solar panels and only work if kids (or adults,