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The Carbon Footprint of Wood Buildings
When layers of wood are put together in a specific way—usually glued together—they make for a material...
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Affordable and Sustainable Housing
If we want to fight climate change, improving or retrofitting an existing building often makes more sense...
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Future100: The Next Generation of Sustainability
Metropolis editor Ethan Tucker speaks with David Rico Gomez and four of his contemporaries from the Future100...
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Water as a Battery
In 2020, a FIFTH of all the energy generated in the United States came from renewable sources. That means...
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Regenerative Interior Design
Interior designers work with stuff, day in and day out—chairs, tables, lights, countertops, tiles, wallpaper....
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Making Offices Carbon Neutral
When we think about the carbon emissions of buildings so far we’ve focused largely on two things: the...
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How Can We All Fight the Climate Crisis?
In this episode, produced in partnership with global flooring manufacturer Interface, Metropolis Editor...
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Can Buildings Be Like Trees?
In 2002, the architect William McDonough and the chemist Michael Braungart came up with a rather revolutionary...
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The Carbon Footprint of the Metaverse
Even if you don’t care about technology, it’s likely you’ve heard something about the...
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Can We Redesign Waste?
Waste is a complex issue. How we generate waste, what kinds of chemicals and materials are in our garbage,...
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