Ecovative Design uses mycelium and agricultural waste to create insulation, demonstrated now in a tiny house (and you can “grow” one too).
The substance still allows daylight to penetrate the ceiling panels, providing energy-efficient illumination, but without the normal inefficiency of untreated glass.
The cheerful, modern home boast lots of eco-friendly features, changing the myth that affordable homes have to be boring.
A lack of builders and contractors set up to offer the special financing option is hindering the program’s progress.
The team proved that you don’t have to start from scratch just to end up with a net-zero building.
For those who long for a carbon-neutral life, the Zero Home is a dream come true.
A young company sets out to eliminate disposable plastics, using mushroom kits. Don’t laugh.
Many folks don’t know that storing their stuff directly on attic insulation is a big energy-loser.
A seaweed known as ‘Neptune grass’ displays a variety of characteristics that make it of interest to the building trade
The International Council of Chemical Associations (ICCA) released a report on the crucial contributions chemistry has made—and will continue to make—for the green building movement.