A look at eco-friendly products, ideas, and design. Innovation for the sake of the planet. 🌏
This massive skyscraper is the first 'upcycled' in the world, saving energy and CO2 emissions in the process.
A magical winter place to witness the Aurora Borealis.
An innovative partnership that aims to reduce micro plastic in the environment.
The unique 3-wheel electric vehicle takes a hyper-efficient approach to mobility.
Watch the construction of the world's largest wind turbine, which reaches over 900 feet into the air.
A new, super-thin, flexible solar technology that can power wireless headphones and more.
An eco-friendly alternative to avocados, made to look just like the real thing.
In the era of bloated, oversized cruise ships, a sailing vessel feels positively handsome by comparison.
Small yet meaningful ways to make improvements to your sustainability.
Imagining shoes that are part of the forest itself.
Whether you have a small backyard garden or acres of sprawling land, there are plenty of ways to enhance your landscape with aesthetic appeal.
Life is expensive! Here are some ways to keep household expenses down.
Easy yet effective ways to reduce your personal carbon footprint.
Some things to take into account to make sure your EV has the longest-life, most healthy battery possible.
High tech, yet energy efficient options for your home.
A small village in the Hokkaido region of Japan now has a clever way to deal with their leftover scallop shells.
An interesting look back on an electric car from British company Dyson. The car was never brought to market.
Smart choices for modern flooring to make your home stand out.
A solar covered aqueduct would provide clean power while also preventing drinking water from evaporating.
A unique, multi-purpose EV designed for the future of sustainable agriculture.
Will this bottle help to stem the flow of single-use plastic?
This innovative design shows us the promise of mixed-energy systems.
A new way to deal with wood scraps, creating unique pieces of furniture that reduce waste.
Like watercolor painting, the flow of these rivers in Iceland are living artwork.
With tasty recipes and solid branding, a can of beans can be made tantalizing.
Timelapse shows just how much our houseplants are moving while we're going about our lives.