Imprint of a Sleeping Elephant

The image you see above is not an intentional artistic creation, but in fact an actual imprint left in the sand by a young Asian elephant named Anjan. Taken at the Chester Zoo in the UK, the zookeepers explained that elephants sleep on their sides for around four hours a night, which allows plenty of time to […]

The Biofriendly Podcast - Episode 57 - The Earth On Quarantine

The Earth On Quarantine

As we all continue to adapt to life indoors, the planet is seeing less air pollution, clearer waters and wildlife returning to their habitats. On this week’s podcast, Noel and Jacob discuss the positive environmental changes from our quarantine and learn that Jacob knows everything about dolphins.

The Biofriendly Podcast - Episode 46 - Ugly and Endangered

Ugly and Endangered

Friend of The Biofriendly Podcast, Steve Ryan, joins Noel and Jacob this week as he dials in from Melbourne, Australia to give a first-hand account of the dire situation Down Under as well as a ton of helpful information sent over by friends and family.

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5 Environmentally-Friendly Benefits of Nurturing Trees in Your Yard

Homeowners are often aware of the superficial appeal of trees in their landscaping, but little more. While they appreciate the beauty of a flowering dogwood or a maple’s changing leaves, the value of dogwoods, maples, elms, sycamores and other common species isn’t purely aesthetic. These trees have a purpose. When you look past their vibrant […]

7 Ways Cruelty-Free Products Help Save the Planet

With so many issues plaguing the world we live in today, it can sometimes feel almost impossible to do our part to help. And while that can be an overwhelming feeling, there is solace to be found in the fact there are simple ways to make a difference that can be practiced in our day-to-day […]

A Quick Environmental End of the Week Round-Up

Image by dorena-wm Unbelievable as it may seem, the end of the week is already here. Therefore I figured I’d do a quick environmental round-up. These are just a few of the environmental or eco-stories I came across this week that I thought you might be interested in. 1) Emissions: Why Focus on the Supply […]

Biofriendlyblog’s Weekly Greens, Jan 21

Happy Friday! Another week filled with lots of interesting and informative green articles. Personally I know it can be hard to digest them all, so I wanted to snag a few that I found particularly interesting and a few that I just felt were worth sharing. Remember, it’s still January though, so there’s lots of […]

Weekly Greens – October 8th

Well, this week has gone by faster than I realized. Although that can also be looked at as a good thing too. One thing I did notice was that there were some very interesting developments on the green/environmental side of life (hmmm….wait a second, what side of life isn’t somehow connected to the environment?). Anyway, […]

Red Tape and Environmental Disasters Don’t Mix

Image by USFWS/Southeast Red tape….you’re probably familiar with the term and may even have first-hand experience on the bureaucratic nightmare that accompanies it. But one thing is for sure, when it comes to environmental disasters, there is no room for red tape! Unfortunately that is what the people that live in Gulf Coast cities and […]