The Great Barrier Reef recorded the highest amount of coral cover in nearly four decades and it’s time to celebrate the win! This week we dive deep into the ocean to see who is helping the coral, who is hurting the coral, and what does dolphin poo have to do with it all?
As we continue to fight the good fight to save our planet, Noel and Jacob stop for a minute to evaluate some environmental challenges from bee colony collapse disorder to jellyfish blackouts that might be caused by something other than climate change.
The Great Barrier Reef is just one of countless places on this planet in need of protection. Such a beautiful area and, what is broadly considered to be, one of the natural wonders of the world.
A cute, little sea turtle checking out the coral and surrounding sea life in the ocean near Koh Phi Phi, Thailand. Image by Ryan Kartzke | Used with permission via the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommerical-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic license.
Nature has a way of sometimes just taking your breath away. We feel today’s Image of the Day is one of those moments. Take a look at this amazingly colorful Angelfish. Not just a splash of color against the natural, orange coral in the ocean behind it, this beauty is a sign of life in […]
The Biofriendly image of the day shares the Great Barrier Reef. It is the largest reef in the world and yet it is somehow a forgotten habitat for an indescribably vast population of aquatic life. This natural wonder of the world is shrinking every year due to coral bleaching and it needs our help. To […]