Whether it looks to you like a tree, a mushroom, or a Galactic Star Destroyer… this impressive rain cloud was captured above Gulf Shores, Alabama by Rick Geiss during the summer of 2016.
You often hear about how important bees are for the planet, but what are some of the ways we can help the bees survive? This week, Noel and Jacob buzz around some ways you can BEE helpful by planting certain flowers, steering clear of hard to pronounce pesticides, and serving up cosmos to save the bees!
Like an image out of Jurassic Park, these prehistoric Dendrosenecio kilimanjari are Giant Groundsels found atop Mount Kilimanjaro in Africa.
Did you know that you could talk to your local health food store about switching out those vinyl produce stickers out for something more compostable? All you have to do is ask!
This is a real life image peering inside of a lava cave in Kalapana, Hawaii taken in 2011 by photographer Leigh Hilbert. Such a rare glimpse into Earth’s magma core.
This beautiful image was chosen to be Nasa’s Astronomy Picture of the Day in March of 2020. The original photo of illuminated clouds in front of the Moon was taken by Francisco Sojuel on Christmas Eve of 2019, two days before the Moon slid in front of the Sun to create a solar eclipse.
A beautiful yet eery image of a diver deep in the ocean caves of Ciutadella de Menorca, Spain.
It’s a brand new year which means that a lot of us are working on ways to get focused, get organized, and get back in shape! This week Noel and Jacob flex their muscles around what’s the latest tech to make us green fitness machines, learn that even an Olympic cyclist can barely power a toaster, and that we both miss the guilt trips from our Wii Fit.
Sometimes the most Painless Green choices are right in front of our faces at home. Take a look around at some of the smaller disposable things you might have and look for ways to swap them out for reusables!
With a wink and a funny face, photographer Michele Bassavano was able to catch this female elk catching falling snow on her tongue.