School buildings made of locally sourced clay in Burkino Faso with a sophisticated roof design and energy-free ventilation; a university campus half-underground in South
As a species, we are growing at an exponential rate. And the more of us there are, the more resources we devour. Can the world sustain us all?
When most people look at waste, they see just that: Trash to be tossed away. This week's guest writer Bilikiss Adebiyi-Abiola, however, sees an opportunity for the economy and the environment.
A new kind of sustainable village in the Netherlands will generate not just its own energy but all the food its inhabitants need as well. Construction of the first ReGen Village starts this summer.
We've used up more resources than the planet can regenerate in a whole year - and it's only the start of August. Mathis Wackernagel of the Global Footprint Network explains why we need to check our overconsumption.
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