Economically developed countries often ignore the environment around them. A conversation with designer Tamara Orjola – investigating the use of pine needles
According to the World Bank, the textile industry is responsible for 20% of all global pollution, topped only by oil pollution. Black is the most polluting color. In conversation with Matteo Ward
It’s worth investing in water. Solutions to the water crisis exist—desalination plants, solar panels, and thermodynamic computers—they just need to be implemented on a global scale
Nature must not be banished to outside of the city – it is the city. A detailed history, thoughts, and data on nature in Italy, from ForestaMi to the world
From the Amazon rainforest set ablaze to the city of Venice being engulfed in water – major climate change events tell us that a green action is necessary
Understanding forest health has become an increasing priority for the European Union with accelerating diseases affecting valued trees across the world and city temperatures rising
How much space does a human being need? Lessons in sustainable engineering from an insect that can calculate faster than a computer. It’s here that man finds inspiration.
Trees, we must plant trees. Massive forestation could save the planet – and this is not an impossible task. Cocoon is a new technology to help with irrigation.