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Tuesday, 11 February 2014 13:36

The World We Made

The concept of Jonathon Porritt's new book The World We Made is brilliantly simple. Taking the viewpoint of a fictional woman writing in 2050, Alex McKay, it charts how world events and progress from 2014 leads to a new, much more sustainable status quo
Published in Book Reviews
Tuesday, 11 February 2014 10:18

The World We Made

The concept of Jonathon Porritt's new book The World We Made is brilliantly simple. Taking the viewpoint of a fictional woman writing in 2050, Alex McKay, it charts how world events and progress from 2014 leads to a new, much more sustainable status quo
Published in Latest books
Wednesday, 15 August 2012 10:30

Worldwide Water Crisis Looms

The summer of 2012 has been one of the hottest years on record and nothing beats the heat better than an icy cold glass of water. Someday soon, however, this simple pleasure may be harder to come by. Intense sun and sparse rainfall is causing a massive drought across the United States. The unprecedented heat wave is affecting fresh water supplies
Published in Nature
Monday, 13 August 2012 08:37

The Modern Cubicle

If you have the type of job that has you working eight hours a day, staring at a computer screen in the middle of a small grey drab cubicle, it might be hard to stir up inspiration and ward off head nodding and boredom. With Americans working an average of 49 hours or more a week, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, one would think that the type of desk space one sits behind is an important component to work productivity
Published in Architecture
Tuesday, 31 July 2012 11:40

A Summer Spent On The Farm

For most teenagers the moment the school bell rings and summer rolls in, it means parties, non-stop video games, movies, and a time to kick back with friends. But for four teens in Freeport, Maine, spending their summer feeding the hungry and learning to be sustainable farmers, happily redefines their definition of summer fun
Published in Food
Thursday, 26 July 2012 14:05

Sustainable street bike cool!

If you are concerned about escalating petrol prices or global warming has got you thinking more sustainably, Zero Motorcycles has a two-wheeled solution with their line of electric street bikes that are both economically and environmentally conscious
Published in Technology
Tuesday, 17 July 2012 10:42

A Greener Environment

The world is becoming more environmentally conscious in multiple industries, but architecture in particular is one field that has made tremendous leaps and bounds when it comes to going green. Cities all across the U.S. and even all across the world are doing their part to revamp old structures and build new ones according to the rating system LEED, which stands for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design
Published in Architecture
Wednesday, 11 July 2012 13:26

Sculptural Solar Charger

There are many ways to charge your devices these days, but few that are as attractive as this one. Drop your leaf trimmer, push your high-maintenance bonsaï aside and check out the Electree, a chic solar-powered charger from French artist and designer Vivien Muller
Published in Technology
Monday, 09 July 2012 13:13

Fragile Future

Artists and Designers Lonneke Gordijnwent and Ralph Nauta went into partnership in 2006, co-founding the Design studio DRIFT. Since then, their work has been exhibited in many prestigious places, such as the Museum of Arts and Design (MAD) in New York, the Tuileries Garden in Paris and Art Basel, the annual international art show held in Miami Beach 
Published in Digital content
Friday, 29 June 2012 14:47

8 ways to conserve water

It's no exaggeration to say we are in the midst of a global water shortage. Here in the UK we felt some of the effects with the recent hosepipe ban but in reality this is just the tip of the iceberg. We may take water for granted here in rainy Britain but with an ever increasing demand for it - thanks to population growth, industrialisation and urbanisation -we are quickly reaching crisis point. We give you some practical tips on how we as individuals can make an impact on a local level that really will make a difference
Published in Digital content
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