Recycled paper is on a roll, with an increasing number of new products appearing on store shelves. Make sure to make the best choice for your household and for the planet.
The Trolltunga rock formation in Norway is a popular tourist attraction for pictures like these, but we are not sure we would be brave enough to take this seat.
The challenges with our climate make it difficult for the agriculture business to maintain sustainability, so what does that mean for the future of farming? This week we invited Co-Founder/Co-CEO of Local Bounti, Craig Hurlbert, to talk about growing leafy greens indoors, how this will impact our food waste, and why the longest journey of lettuce should be a Pixar film!
We’ve all been there. You wake up with an eagle wondering what exactly you, a bear, are doing asleep in the tree.
Did you know consumers on average spend up to 10,000 times more per gallon for bottled water than for tap water? The plastic left behind from bottled water is a huge problem for our environment.
A swing and a miss by this blue-eared kingfisher aiming for food. While it may be a staged photo in an aquarium, it gives us a glimpse into the lightning fast aquatic dive of this fascinating bird.
Gathering around the table to feast with loved ones is a Thanksgiving tradition, but it can also be a time where we fight, overindulge, and lose sight of what we should be grateful for. This week, we talk about some simple choices that might help the holiday be less wasteful, why the turkey would’ve been a better national bird, are Noel and Jacob a couple of goodfellas?
As we celebrate our Thanksgiving holiday today in the United States, it’s a good time for us to reflect on all the things we are grateful for on this Earth. Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at Biofriendly Planet!
Bamboo is a super plant that decomposes in 3-4 months. It’s 100% biodegradable in nature and can return nutrients to the soil.
We’ve all heard of a sly fox before, but the Arctic Fox in this photograph taken somewhere in Iceland is definitely up to some trouble.