The 2020 Olympics are about to start (in 2021 nonetheless) and the city of Tokyo has been hard at work to make sure these games are as green as they can be! This week Noel and Jacob talk about the positive eco-friendly improvements, what the naysayers have to say, and why the biathlon might be training future spies.
Like something out of a folktale, Black Diamond apples owe their color to a small city in the mountains of Tibet where they receive a lot of UV light during the day but the temperature fluctuates at night, causing the skin to develop a deep, dark purple hue.
Whether posing for the photo or pondering the meaning of life, this bear sure has a lot weighing on its mind.
You can make some delicious homemade sauces, dips and dressings with simple ingredients. That way you can skip buying new plastic containers every few months!
Daniel Kordan, a photographer for National Geographic, captured this tranquil moment in Arashiyama bamboo forest.
The Biofriendly Podcast aims to be your beacon of light in a gloomy environment, and this week we welcomed the like-minded creator of Happy Eco News, Grant Brown. Grant has had a long career in clean technology and electrifying ships, and this week he shares his inspiration behind his positive environmental news website, the dangers of doom-scrolling, and how he was once put on the spot to speak to an audience of nearly 350 million people!
An abandoned building somewhere in Japan is completely overgrown with plant life and now a rooftop oasis.
Like something out of Alice in Wonderland, the underside of this mushroom looks like the perfect canopy to sleep beneath.
In the winter, use fans on the reverse-direction setting to help circulate warm air down from the ceiling so you won’t have to crank up the heat as high.
A pride of lions climbed up a tree to escape pesky flies on the ground in the central Serengeti in Tanzania.