US Puts Solar Panels on Old Nuclear Weapons Sites for Powering 70,000 Homes

In a transformative initiative, former nuclear weapons sites in the United States are being repurposed to host solar farms, aiming to generate clean energy for thousands of homes. This is part of the “Cleanup to Clean Energy” program by the Department of Energy, which ...

This E-Trailer with 200W Solar Panels Turns Into an Electric Motorboat for Limitless Travel Anywhere

The Green E-Trailer by BeTriton is a revolutionary amphibious vehicle that seamlessly combines the functionality of an e-bike trailer and a motorboat. This innovative design caters to adventurous souls seeking limitless travel across diverse terrains, including water. The bright-green ...

Solar-Powered Fridge Doesn’t Require Electricity and Can Run for 40 Hours Without Power

In the privileged corners of the world, it’s easy to take for granted the amenities that define modern life—consistent electricity, reliable refrigeration, and an abundance of technological conveniences. However, a significant portion of the global population struggles to access ...

The ‘World’s Largest’ Vacuum to Suck Up Carbon Emissions Begins Operating in Iceland

In the ongoing battle against climate change, a beacon of hope emerges from the rugged landscape of Iceland. The Mammoth plant, a collaboration between CarbFix and Climeworks, stands as a testament to human ingenuity and dedication to environmental stewardship. With the capacity ...

Gustav Düsing’s Flat-Pack Barcelona Chair Version with Sustainable Plywood and No Binding Materials

Gustav Düsing’s Flat-Pack Barcelona Chair version with sustainable plywood and no binding materials emerges as a beacon of innovation in the bustling landscape of furniture design. Düsing’s Space-Frame series, initially conceived as an architectural experiment, effortlessly ...

Snøhetta’s Mixed-Use Building in Oslo Performs with Net-Zero Energy Usage

Snøhetta’s Vertikal Nydalen stands as a beacon of sustainable innovation, a testament to the architectural prowess and commitment to environmental responsibility. Beyond its striking design and multi-functional purpose, the building embodies a holistic approach to energy efficiency ...

Rain Gardens and Bathwater Reuse Becoming Trends, According to Royal Horticultural Society

The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) has highlighted the emergence of rain gardens and bathwater reuse as crucial trends in gardening, particularly in response to anticipated water scarcity stemming from climate change. At prestigious events like the Chelsea Flower Show, where innovation ...

Minimaliste’s Latest Tiny Home Gets a Size Upgrade For a More Luxurious Micro-Living Experience

Minimaliste’s latest addition to their Noyer line, the 2024 Noyer XL, represents a leap forward in the realm of luxurious micro-living. Designed to withstand diverse weather conditions, including extreme temperatures, this tiny home offers a blend of functionality and comfort. ...

Nendo Installs a Carbon-Capturing Wall in a Contemporary Japanese Home

Nendo’s installation of a carbon-capturing wall within a contemporary Japanese home marks a significant stride towards sustainable architecture, addressing the pressing issue of carbon emissions associated with traditional concrete construction. Nestled in Japan’s Nagano ...
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