Fancy chairs are lovely, but designers can use their skills for far more important tasks. A new exhibit takes a look at product design and architecture that solves broader social and environmental problems.
Just because neither candidate was willing to talk about climate change doesn’t mean it’s not an important issue for the next four years.
There’s no oil involved, which means we can keep our plastic addiction going on without causing quite so much damage.
ReCode is a project that is attempting to change building codes and zoning laws across the country to make them more amenable to sustainable design and renewable energy.
The Ubi, a ubiquitous computer you plug into a socket, can do things like read you your email or tell you the temperature in the room. All you have to do is ask.
An infographic shows you all the ways that getting to work without your car is better for your health.
The winner of the Architecture at Zero competition wants higher education, not higher energy.