Earth’s hopscotch

A beautiful chain of islands in Baa Atoll, Maldives was photographed by Sakis Papadopoulos. Baa Atoll is a designated UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, famous for its gathering of manta rays and whale sharks.

Bioluminescence

Photographer Jordan Robins was able to capture the bioluminescent algae lighting up the shoreline in Jervis Bay, Australia.

Floating Cities, Cleaning Up Oil with Human Hair and More!

Did you know a company is building a floating city in South Korea to prepare for rising sea levels? Or that human hair might be the perfect solution for soaking up excess oil? This week on The Biofriendly Podcast we learn what a ‘blue tech’ company might be and what drives Noel crazy when he reads environmental articles!

Ocean Acidification, Bird-Friendly Glass and More!

Did you know that a startup in Hawaii has created a machine that will remove acid from the ocean? Or that a bill might be passed in Washington D.C. to make all buildings more bird-friendly? Are satellites in space watching what plastics throw away? Join us this week on The Biofriendly Podcast as we explore the latest and greatest in green news!

Safeguard storm drains | Tuesday Tip

It is a common misconception that storm drains lead to a wastewater treatment plant, but in many urban and rural settings, the water entering drains receives no treatment and is discharged directly into the closest waterway. 

Geoengineering: Creative or Crazy?

When it comes to creatively cooling our global warming, scientists are dreaming up new ways to reflect heat away from the Earth through a process called geoengineering. This week we explore everything from painted streets to harnessing the power of volcanoes, why the Greeks are already keeping it cool, and does Keith even know what he’s talking about?

Underwater photography. Sea weed plantation. Zanzibar, Tanzania.

Is Seaweed the Future of Packaging?

We currently live in a world barraged by plastic. Since 2010, scientists estimate 8 million metric tons of plastic have entered our oceans because of human waste. That’s approximately the same weight as 90 aircraft carriers. If we do nothing to counteract this current trend, the rate of plastic in our waterways is on track […]

I believe I can fly

Follow your dreams like this Orca whale breaching above the water’s surface.

Nature’s Roomba

The flying gurnard (Dactylopterus volitans) is sweeping up the ocean floor!

Exploring a Water Cave

A beautiful yet eery image of a diver deep in the ocean caves of Ciutadella de Menorca, Spain.