Located in the Mount Arthur region of New Zealand, Nettlebed Cave is a limestone cave and one of the deepest cave systems in the Southern Hemisphere. This pool of crystals have formed 889 meters below the cave’s entrance, far from any source of natural light.
Similar to coppicing, the Daisugi technique for growing trees began in Japan during the Muromachi period around the 14th century. The Sugi trees are pruned similar to a Bonsai trees and the wood is uniformly cut, straight and without knots. Perfect for construction and producing wood without cutting down trees for 700 years!
On Christmas Island, an Australian territory in the Indian Ocean, they have constructed a bridge for the red crabs to cross the road safely to migrate to their breeding grounds.
In order to celebrate the 100th episode of The Biofriendly Podcast, we welcomed back friend of the show and founder of Well Aware, Sarah Evans! Sarah shares with Noel and Jacob about creating the social-good company Well Beyond in response to the technical and community needs of the water charity sector, why creative inspiration pairs nicely with wine, and that shower striking time is just around the corner!
Located in Bolivia, the Solar de Uyuni is the largest salt flat in the world. From the collection of photographer Daniel Kordan, the image perfectly captured someone standing in between two worlds as the Milky Way is reflected beneath.
Even if you only took an electronic sabbatical for one hour a week, it’s important to pause every now and then and connect with the world around you.
Taken on the western coast of Japan in the San’in Kaigan GeoPark by photographer Hisa (@ag.lr.88) on Instagram. Beautiful shot as we witness two biomes collide.
Prepare to have your heart melt a little bit as you watch this baby elephant learning to walk. We can’t resist giving our Green Wings Award to this tenacious little fella who proves that when you fall down the only thing you can do is get back up and try again! Source unknown. Please feel […]
This week we welcome Jyoti Stephens from Nature’s Path to talk about regenerative agriculture, and the story of how they came to be North America’s first organic cereal manufacturer in 1985. As Jyoti teaches us more about organic farming, Noel is surprised to learn that healthy food can also be delicious, and Jacob pledges to never stop eating in 2021.
The way the leaves grow on this Rising Sun Redbud appears blurry, or like some sort of fascinating optical illusion. Taken in Atlanta, GA.