Storm Over Paradise.
‘The wildebeest river is running dry; The animals' stampede through the Mara river is one of nature's most spectacular events. But now the watercourse is drying up, a sign of...Read more
Can the Propagation of Algae Help in Saving the Planet Earth?
A chance for the future or just a suggestion? According to several scientific publications, algae can replace fertilizer-intensive crops such as corn and soy as fillers in processed foods. Moreover, they can be used to produce biofuels and to feed farm animals and fish. Microalgae could be a key ally in facing climate change, but still few efforts have been made in this sector.Read more
Behold, the Beauty of the Ocean Is Fading
Are we destroying the essential ‘rainforest of the sea’? Corals reef harbor more than one-quarter of the ocean’s biodiversity, but they have been devastated by the high rate of greenhouse gases and by the increasing ocean acidification. In addition to the incalculable natural value, coral reefs also have a high economic value that has been estimated at 20 billion U.S. dollars.Read more
From Fear Factor, For Fashion Fiesta.
Since ancient times, the Baganda tribe of Uganda has been making a natural fabric by pounding the inner bark of the Mutuba tree. Witches and mediums considered it is as a magnet for ghosts. From this ancestral tradition, someone tried to inaugurate an innovative and sustainable fashion sector.Read more
Just how many trees am I supposed to plant?
CO2 is one of the most significant contributing elements to the greenhouse effect, but trees can trap it and use it for growth. But how much CO2 do you produce? Have you ever thought to offset it planting trees? Discover one of the beneficial effects of this activity for you and the planet!Read more
The Unraveling Mysteries of Portugal's Woods
The roads go up and down around the Portuguese hills, joining some traditional villages surrounded only by nature. However, not too much time ago, in this corner of Heaven, woods and houses were burned by the fires, and people died. Nevertheless, the resilience of the inhabitants reveals us a little world of love and determination.Read more
Shovels for Guns
Shovels for Guns. Meet Pedro. Mexican artist Pedro Reyes has literally melted down more than a thousand guns to shape shovels that, in turn, will be used to plant trees....Read more