Floating Cities, Cleaning Up Oil with Human Hair and More!

Did you know a company is building a floating city in South Korea to prepare for rising sea levels? Or that human hair might be the perfect solution for soaking up excess oil? This week on The Biofriendly Podcast we learn what a ‘blue tech’ company might be and what drives Noel crazy when he reads environmental articles!

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Bald Eagle’s are known for their furrowed brow stare, and this one spotted in Sitka, Alaska is no exception with her piercing gaze.

Carbon offsets for travel | Tuesday Tip

Travel offsets are voluntary programs that allow travelers to compensate for the amount of carbon dioxide their flight puts out with a reduction of the same amount through environmental action.

Unidentified Fluffy Object

A lenticular cloud over Iceland forms into a shape that is truly out of this world! Could this be spaceship camouflage?

Ocean Acidification, Bird-Friendly Glass and More!

Did you know that a startup in Hawaii has created a machine that will remove acid from the ocean? Or that a bill might be passed in Washington D.C. to make all buildings more bird-friendly? Are satellites in space watching what plastics throw away? Join us this week on The Biofriendly Podcast as we explore the latest and greatest in green news!

Forbidden Jello

These bright orange crystals might look like rock candy, but they are called windowpane Wulfenite crystals as they emerge from Barite in Rowley Mine, Arizona.

Anger Management

More than likely this wolverine is only yawning from exhaustion, but clenched eyes and wide-open mouth does give one pause about approaching this fierce animal.

Dishwashers can help save water | Tuesday Tip

A dishwasher is more water-efficient than washing by hand when you have a full load. Wash by hand if you’ve only got a few dirty plates, or you’re in a small household where it’s not practical to wait until the dishwasher’s full.

A Flying Airport, Plants on the Moon and More!

Did you know they opened the first airport for flying drones and cars? Or did you hear about growing plants in lunar soil? So many cool and exciting things happening in the world of green news on this week’s Biofriendly Podcast!

Hi, Mom

A Sandhill Crane mother sits patiently as her baby, which is called a “colt,” roosts on her head. Colts learn to fly after about two months and stay with their parents for nearly a year. This photograph was the Amateur Award Winner in the 2021 Audubon Photography Awards by Robin Ulery.