Blue Dragon River

From an airplane view it might seem like we’ve discovered the real-life Trogdor, but this beautiful sight is the Odeleite river in Portugal that has been appropriately named the ‘Blue Dragon River.’

Can Dairy-Free Ice Cream Be Delicious? with NadaMoo!

Everyone loves ice cream, but it’s important to find sustainable ways to enjoy that tasty treat. This week we stopped by NadaMoo! headquarters in Austin to sit down with President & CEO, Daniel Nicholson, and get the full scoop on their story, why Jacob wants to reclaim the word vanilla, and does Noel eat ice cream for breakfast?

Emoji eggs

While it may appear that this is where emojis are grown, these insect eggs are far from pleasant as they come from invasive stink bugs.

Lights in the workplace | Tuesday Tip

Lighting controls are especially beneficial for commercial offices because there are probably areas in your building not used 100 percent of the time.

Run for it

While this could either be a motivational poster or a cautionary tale, this mesquite tree in the Sonoran desert seems to be quickly fleeing from something.

Extend the Lifecycle of Clothing with Alex Shadrow

Since we all know that fast fashion is an environmental disaster, we need sustainable solutions for how we get dressed. That’s why this week on The Biofriendly Podcast we welcomed Alex Shadrow, also known as @Sustainabae on Instagram, to talk about creative ways to make your clothing last, becoming a secondhand fashion icon, and does every year have 12 seasons now?!

Mountain blanket

This lenticular cloud could be easily confused for a UFO in the sky, but we like to imagine this mountain just needs a fluffy warm blanket.

Safely recycle batteries | Tuesday Tip

You can reduce your need for disposing of single-use batteries by purchasing rechargeable batteries instead, but if not call your local solid waste district to find a collection program or upcoming event.

Stand out

In a world of stripes, stand out in the crowd with your own spots. Photographer Ratish Nair captured this unique rare polka-dotted zebra in Masai Mara, Kenya.

Why Would We Mine the Sea?

Oceanographers have discovered trillions of polymetallic nodules on the Earth’s ocean floors, but how can we get to them without harming the environment? This week Noel and Jacob weigh the pros and cons of seabed mining, the problem with misinformation in the media, and do Nickelback make a guest appearance?