A company specializing in wooden city bikes, recently launched its product line in the City that never sleeps.
Using wood instead of steel yields a high-performance building that’s easier to recycle.
This micro home is designed to be portable, recyclable, and yes, simple.
A thousand times thinner than a piece of paper, researchers say the low-cost of this battery could make it an important option for energy storage.
Woodchuck crafts protective covers for smartphones, tablets, headphones from recycled wood and plastic–and they’re doing it right here in America
Europe has been leaning more and more on wood as a renewable energy resource, but new research raises the issue of deep-soil carbon release in logging.
Two recent house projects in Southern Finland use passive-solar and geothermal heating methods to keep their occupants warm and reduce fossil fuel use.
Not only did the designers of Three Glens farm build the house from local stones and trees, they also asked the sheep for their own woollen contributions.
A North Carolina bill would ban the LEED green building standard because it refuses to acknowledge a fake forestry certification program.
A pair of architects are working to move the 3D trend away from plastic and toward more sustainable materials like wood, salt, and clay.
Meet the almost all-wood bike you can order online and build in your living room.