With so much being said about climate change and how it's affecting our planet, it can be hard to understand how a single individual can make a real impact. But the reality is that it's much easier than you may think to incorporate eco-friendly habits into your daily life. While these actions may seem minor, the truth is that they can lead up to big consequences.
We all know how important the Amazon rainforest is to the health of our planet.
As the world’s population of bees continues to decline at alarming rates, many are looking for solutions as to how to protect these vital creatures. The UK city of Leicester has a plan of its own in the works.
On Friday, July 2, 2021, a fire raged on the surface of the Gulf of Mexico due to a gas...
The world is running out of space to bury the dead, so people are searching for respectful—and environmentally friendly—solutions.
Danish toy manufacturer LEGO is world renowned for producing colorful, plastic bricks, but the brand has recently become more eco-friendly. In 2018, the company developed its first-ever sustainable collection made from sugarcane; and now, LEGO has come even further in its mission to reduce plastic waste. The brand recently released a prototype brick made from recycled plastic bottles—the first of LEGO’s products made from a recycled material.
New Zealand is adding its name to the list of countries looking to ban single-use plastics.
Reforestation is an important part of the mission to combat the climate crisis.
Do you remember Mr. Trash Wheel? The goofy-looking trash collector debuted in 2014 as the environmental guardian of Baltimore, Maryland's busy harbor. The floating trash interceptor was the brainchild of John Kellett and was supported by the Water Partnership of Baltimore. Over the last several years, Mr.
Flags are powerful forms of design. They help people feel connected to their identity and to their beliefs.
Trees are life-sustaining. Deforestation endangers our planet, while reforestation can help repair eco systems and combat carbon dioxide emissions.