vegan fashion

Vegan Fashion: What Is It & Is It Eco-Friendly?

Contrary to what you may think, veganism is a lifestyle beyond dietary choices. For vegans, it is crucial animal products, including derivatives such as beeswax or wool, are excluded from their homes and habits. It also means you want your beauty products, clothes, and everyday essentials to be cruelty-free, thus not harming any living creatures […]

Amping Up Earth Day

What do you do when you’re the world’s fourth-largest greenhouse gas emitter but you own 20 percent of the global forests? Well, according to Russia, you tell the UN to cut you some slack and lease parts of the forest for carbon offsets. This week, Noel and Jacob talk about what Russia is up to, how carbon offsets work, and is Spaceballs an environmental documentary?

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4 Ways Green Tech Will Change the Future, If We All Apply It

Incorporating green tech in our lives will not only affect the environment, but will also have an impact on job opportunities and food supply. Climate change and global warming continue to pose a serious threat to humanity’s survival. Fortunately, green technology is helping slow down global warming’s impact. As more countries apply green technology into […]

Let’s Go Ride A Bike | Tuesday Tip

As you already know, we are big fans of the benefits of riding a bike at Biofriendly Planet. Walking and biking reduces air pollutants, reduces congestion, and the need for new parking lots and roadways.

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Sustainable Lawns: 10 Eco-Friendly Changes to Make Your Lawn Greener

There’s nothing like a beautiful garden to spruce up your property. However, you may not have realized most yards aren’t eco-friendly because they require so many resources to sustain. That’s why homeowners may want to reconsider how they care for their yards. Here are 10 tricks homeowners can use to maintain sustainable lawns: 1. Collect […]

Russia and Carbon Offsets

What do you do when you’re the world’s fourth-largest greenhouse gas emitter but you own 20 percent of the global forests? Well, according to Russia, you tell the UN to cut you some slack and lease parts of the forest for carbon offsets. This week, Noel and Jacob talk about what Russia is up to, how carbon offsets work, and is Spaceballs an environmental documentary?

Switch to Reusable Cloth Diapers | Tuesday Tip

It’s important to use cloth diapers in an environmentally optimal way by washing them in full loads, air-drying if possible, and reusing them on a second child. If done properly, it can reduce your carbon footprint by almost 40 percent compared with disposable diapers.

Consumers Clogging Canals

Why do we need ships as big as the Empire State Building and why the heck did one get stuck in the Suez Canal? This week Noel and Jacob discuss the pros and cons of buying stuff around the world, why it’s important that we don’t blow up the moon, and the best way to get your spaghetti and meatballs at home!

Reuse Scrap Paper | Tuesday Tip

As most teachers and parents can confirm, children love to doodle and draw and it’s more than likely that you can scrounge up some old paper around the house. Don’t let that scrap paper go to waste!

Sea Lion Hugs | Green Wings Award

Take a look at this cute video of a diver getting a big hug from a sea lion. We love the moment when the sea lion backs up for a moment and puts a fin on the diver’s face, so that’s why we had to make this the winner of our Green Wings Award! Source […]