Isolée boasts both modern design and eco-friendly elements that make this concept an elegant yet rustic place to unwind.
Biomass powered boiler saves brewery on operating costs, keeps it green.
Lightweight closed design means scooter can go anywhere
Keeping electric cars charged away from home is an annoyance, but a new concept in parking lots presents an eco-friendly solution.
Buses have made strides in recent years to be more eco-friendly. So far it's been things like becoming more fuel friendly, but in the future we could see buses go a step further, taking unused spaces on their roofs and turning them into beautiful, rolling gardens.
It may not look especially futuristic, but this vintage 1937 train engine is about to be transformed into the fastest, cleanest, most powerful steam locomotive ever, thanks to modern steam technology and biocoal.
The developing world has a continuous need for two things: electricity, and clean water. But more than that, there's a need for a decentralized way to produce both of these things, without a lot of additional infrastructure, and a new type of wind turbine that can suck water straight out of the air seems like the ideal solution.
It's hard to find room in the middle of a city to plonk down enough trees to make any appreciable dent in the amount of pollution. Instead of trying to clear space for a new park, the city of Milan has decided to take their forest vertical with a pair of 25 and 35 story buildings completely covered in trees.
Nature is very clever when it comes to creating packaging for perishable foodstuffs. Most fruits and vegetables, for example, come pre-wrapped in delicious edible containers. David Edwards, the biomedical engineer who came up with huffable food, is now developing customized edible containers for all kinds of food, from juice to wine to chocolate.
Nobody makes buildings out of wood anymore. Why? Because wood isn't especially strong (relative to steel), it involves cutting down trees, it burns readily, and creepy crawly things live and/or feast on it. Despite these horrible shortcomings, brave architects are now planning to build a 30-story wooden skyscraper in Vancouver.