You know when you’ve ordered something online and it arrives on your front porch in a box and you open that box only to find another box, and another, and another, and… well you get the idea. It’s the holiday season and as we toss our gifts in the mail, Noel and Jacob unpack the problems with how we ship our gifts, some eco-friendly alternatives that will keep your stuff safe, and could your old socks and underwear be the gift that keeps on giving?!
As we can see, the world is on an extreme urge to slow down the pace of climate change by saving water, preserving wildlife, and planting more and more trees. Undoubtedly, trees inevitably hold a significant part to slow the progression of global warming. If the mass destruction and deforestation continue, it will harm the […]
With all of the tragic headlines about the most recent fires in the Amazon, everyone is anxious to know ways they can help, so Noel and Jacob research how much of the Earth’s forests are clear-cut every single year and what you can do to stop it.
Hey pretty bird! While this particular bird probably isn’t too interested in getting a cracker, it does get today’s image of the day. Let us introduce you to the Amazona Auropalliata, also known as a yellow-naped Amazon or yellow-naped parrot. These birds are traditionally found in Mexico and Central America. They are known for having […]
Image by Tambako Well, this week I’m spending a little extra time with the kids before school starts in a few weeks. But I figured I’d take a moment and share some of the interesting and cool stories I’ve seen recently. Keep in mind there are a lot of green, environmental stories out there and […]
When it comes to recycling, not everyone has the same point of view. Some people are die-hard recyclers and recycle everything from bottles and cans to glass and newspapers to e-waste. They are even dedicated enough to refurbish or donate their used furniture and home appliances rather than let them find their way to the […]