What do you get when you cross the concrete jungle with coastal wetlands? Some intense hurricane-proof cities, that’s what.
What activity cleans up the streets and makes homes for the homeless all in one go? Tiny house building, of course!
If you live in the Atlanta area you’ve heard of the BeltLine: the 22 mile loop around the city that’s slowly, but surely getting more and more green.
Remember the movie Avatar? The one about the strange planet with the beautiful views and glowing trees?
Ever dream of traveling across Europe? Ever consider dumpster diving as a way of feeding yourself while you do so? If so, 25-year-old Baptiste Dubanchet from France is paving the way for your dumpster-diving endeavors.
Donkeys and the internet go together like peanut butter and jelly. No? You’ll think differently after reading this.
The semi-nomadic sheepherders in rural Turkey could really go for some connectivity, especially when they’re on an isolated trip with their sheep. The answer to this conundrum? Solar panel-carrying donkeys.
Boston’s the first to have them: smart benches. Because why just not make a smart seat when you can?
Here at OnAir, we love upcycling—especially when it makes learning easier. Things like cardboard boxes converted into backpacks/desks. Yup, that’s a thing now!
We’ve talked about a bunch of different gadgets that light the way for people who live in places where electricity isn’t always dependable, but this one was too cool for us to pass by.
You wouldn’t think a little paper coffee cup could cause too much damage. But think about how many millions of people drink coffee every day. Those paper cups start to add up.
What people really need is a convenient way to store their morning cup o’ Joe. Take a look at these two designs that are bringing a new twist to our favorite morning beverage.