Earthship: Dennis Weaver's Proof You Can Build Greener

Dennis Weaver (1924-2006), a retired actor, environmentalist, humanitarian, has built a house whose walls are made of nothing but rubber tires and cans. It is very energy-efficient, as he himself discovered, powered mostly by solar panels and renewable energy.

Pest-free Lettuce Grows in Toshiba’s Old Factory

 Toshiba, the Japanese tech giant, has a great solution to the pressing climate-change driven problem of food security. They converted an old factory into...

Honda Demonstrates How Its Smart Home System Integrates Electric Cars, Solar Panels and The...

Far from making you feel like your house has a mind of its own, the Honda Smart Home System (HSHS) pertaining to the famous...

The Empire State Building to Be Powered by Wind Turbines

Empire State Building, the tallest building in New York, and referred to as one of the wonders of the modern world, will buy 100% wind power from Texas-based Green Mountain Energy Company. According to the AIA (American Institute of Architects), the Empire State Building is the first on the List of America's Favorite Architecture.

WaterNest Floating Renewable House Now for Sale

A new abode is available for people who want to be environmentally friendly, but still want to live luxuriously. The WaterNest 100 is a floating...

UK Entrepreneur Retrofits His Home to Save Electricity and Become Greener

59 year-old visionary Nick Sandy has ambitiously developed his 1960s house into a stylish environmentally-friendly home fit for a superstar like James Bond. It...

Eco-Friendly Hobbit Home Must be Destroyed According to City Planning Council

Charlie Hague and his partner Megan have been given two months to raze their “hobbit” house. The Pembrokeshire County Council has deemed the home...

Hut-to-Hut: Southern India’s Cheap and Environmentally-Friendly Home

Hut-to-Hut is the result of a workshop organised by Rintala Eggertsson Architects and some students from the University of Science and Technology in Norway...

Floating Solar Powered Pop-Up Restaurants To Transform Singapore’s Waterfront

A team of creative architects has taken the idea of pop-up restaurants to another, much higher and much greener level. They designed the ultimate...

Hot Outside? These Walls Sweat to Keep Things Cool

The world will be using a lot more air conditioning, 30 times more in fact no thanks to climate change, according to the Intergovernmental...