Posted on September 24, 2014
International architecture firm Snøhetta has partnered with Norway's Research Center on Zero Emission Buildings (ZEB) and to design and build a remarkable experimental house that helps move the development of very efficient buildings forward.
Posted on August 29, 2014
“Nothing in biology makes sense except in the light of evolution.” — Th. Dobzhansky, 1973.
Wiley-Blackwell publishes a book series on “Conservation Science and Practice” that gives much insight into conservation, ecosystem restoration, reintroduction biology, population and community ecology, and natural resource management, largely in a multidisciplinary context that includes social and economic considerations.
Posted on February 11, 2014
The premiere, independent resource for finding North America’s leading environmental papers is newly updated and ready to serve you better.
With so many mills making ecopaper claims it’s essential that companies promoting sustainable brands choose and use ecopapers that have earned the Environmentally Superior designation from leading environmental organizations.
Posted on October 17, 2012
Bats don't need pesticides or electricity to kill mosquitoes - they only need a nice place to live.
by J. Cates
Bela Lugosi gave them a bad rep. But bats are good pals. They're a natural, all-purpose insecticide, and incredibly efficient at their job. One of the little critters can eat 500 mosquitos in an hour, and thousands in a single night, and they'll help you clear the air around your home with no chemicals and no electric zappers.
Posted on October 10, 2012
Our report on last issue's Footprint Quiz tells you how well you're doing.
by Norberto Rodriquez dela Vega
The Ecological Footprint concept was developed at the University of BC by Dr. William Rees and Dr. Mathis Wackernagel in 1995. It is a representation of how much of the Earth's biologically productive land is required to produce the food we consume, the wood to build our houses, to give room for infrastructure (roads, services and installations), and to assimilate our wastes.