labeling moving boxes

5 Creative and Effective Ways to Make the Moving Process More Sustainable

Making environmentally-conscious decisions should be a part of your everyday life no matter if you’re at home, commuting to work, doing chores or, in this case, if you’re organizing a move. Yes, moving house can be very stressful and the last thing you’re thinking about is whether or not you bought recyclable boxes or if […]

living room

How to Update Your Home in a Sustainable Way

Sustainable living has many benefits. Eco-friendly homes have lower levels of chemicals and harmful gases that can affect indoor air quality and be detrimental to your health. Making conscious choices on what you buy and bring into your home can help you reduce waste and lower your carbon footprint, and the overall effect can save […]

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 […]

desk by window

Tips to Conserve Energy at Home While Quarantined

The national enforcement of social distancing practices has led to many Americans, self-isolating, social distancing and working from home. While you may be seeing reduced spending on transportation, being stuck at home with the whole family can mean you are spending more than you would like on utilities. Here are some eco-conscious tips to help […]

The Super Bloom of California

A super bloom is a rare desert botanical phenomenon in which a high proportion of wildflowers whose seeds have lain dormant in desert soil germinate and blossom at roughly the same time. This was taken during the California super bloom of 2019, and photographer Ryan Resatka promises: “No flowers were harmed in the making of […]

The Biofriendly Podcast - Episode 50 - Biofriendly At GreenBiz 20

Biofriendly At GreenBiz 20

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.

warehouse

7 Ideas To Keep An Industrial Space Clean And Green

If you’re a facility manager of a warehouse or industrial building, you have a lot on your plate. Not only do you have to keep things running smoothly, but you’re also responsible for keeping things clean and organized. In a world that’s increasingly focused on being eco-conscious, your job becomes even more challenging. How can […]

Sun shining on trees and path

Greening Your New Year

Happy New Year from all of us here at Biofriendly Planet Magazine! As we enter the new year, we wanted to share our thoughts on one simple way you can green your New Year – both the day itself and the 364 others which follow: take action! If you’re going to green your 2020, you’ve […]

smart-3720021_640

6 Things to Know About Using Sustainable Smart Technology

Having smart technology in your home not only makes your life easier but also helps you save time and protect the environment. While the connection between smart gadgets and global warming might not be so clear to the wider audience, this article will show how you can use smart home technology to control energy and […]

recycle-bins

Recycling Isn’t Just Recycling Anymore

Recycling isn’t a new thing. In fact, I remember when I was younger, my mom would take me and my sister to a recycling location every now and again. We would bring our newspapers, plastic and glass bottles, aluminum cans and more. While I didn’t really know much about recycling back then, I did enjoy […]