The Spirit Bear

The Kermode bear, sometimes called ‘the spirit bear,’ is a subspecies of the American black bear and lives in the Central and North Coast regions of British Columbia, Canada. This rare sight was captured by photographer Paul Nicklen. The Kermode bears are not considered albino as they have pigmented skin and eyes.

Iceberg Alley

The townspeople of Ferryland, Newfoundland, Canada stand and watch a 150 foot iceberg pass through what is known as “Iceberg Alley,” near the South Shore.

The Hopewell Rocks of New Brunswick

Mother Nature is often the greatest sculptor of them all. The Hopewell Rocks, also called the Flowerpots Rocks or simply The Rocks, are rock formations caused by tidal erosion in New Brunswick, Canada. They stand 40–70 feet tall.

The Biofriendly Podcast - Episode 69 - The Future of Green Energy with David Dodge

The Future of Green Energy with David Dodge

When it comes to the future of green energy, we looked no further than the Great White North of Canada where we were introduced to David Dodge, acclaimed environmental journalist and host of the popular multi-media podcast, Green Energy Futures. David shares the story of his humble beginnings as a forester, and how it eventually led him to document the clean energy revolution that’s already underway.

Welcoming Committee

A Deer Welcome

Today’s Biofriendly Image of the Day goes to this deer welcoming committee. As you can see, these deer seem to be right at home out in nature, but also seem to be quite happy traveling along this plowed road. And let me say, if they’re this adorable for the camera, who knows what fun they […]

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Breaching Whale

Although we don’t know whether this whale is trying to communicate something, or just having a good time swimming around in British Columbia’s Campbell River, breaching whales can definitely put on quite a show. So, for brightening our day, we want to award this whale with today’s Biofriendly Image of the Day. Image by Yutaka […]

4 Ways to Combat Air Pollution As Summer Heats Up

Image by Joe Wolf / Creative Commons Sweltering temperatures across the globe have not only been getting people down physically, but mentally as well. You have probably noticed, when the temperatures are at their hottest, you seem to feel the effects of the smog and air pollution a lot more. Of course that doesn’t quite […]

Checking In On The World Of Green

Well, it’s that time again. Time to wrap up the week with a few of the green and environmentally-friendly articles that caught my attention this week. Image by Tee Time Tony/Creative Commons Of course there are so many great articles and a wealth of information I haven’t included, but I thought these might be of […]