Should Science Mess With Nature?

From reintroduction biology to assisted evolution, The Biofriendly Podcast gets philosophical this week as we discuss the ways science can choose to step in and save a species. Noel and Jacob share some changes being made to make animals more climate change resistant, Super Bowl highlights, and should humans have built-in furry jackets for survival?

Newly Discovered Species in 2020

New species, who dis? It’s mind-blowing to learn just how many species we discover every year, let alone how many more unknown species we have left to discover! From plants to animals, Noel and Jacob list some of the top new finds from last year, why it’s important to look around and not just at the ground, and what do Harry Potter and The Joker have to do with all of this?

The Biofriendly Podcast - Episode 46 - Ugly and Endangered

Ugly and Endangered

Friend of The Biofriendly Podcast, Steve Ryan, joins Noel and Jacob this week as he dials in from Melbourne, Australia to give a first-hand account of the dire situation Down Under as well as a ton of helpful information sent over by friends and family.

The Biofriendly Podcast - Episode 45 - The Bushfires from an Australian POV

The Bushfires from an Australian POV

Friend of The Biofriendly Podcast, Steve Ryan, joins Noel and Jacob this week as he dials in from Melbourne, Australia to give a first-hand account of the dire situation Down Under as well as a ton of helpful information sent over by friends and family.

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Earth Day: Taking Action to Protect Threatened and Endangered Species

Earth Day started back in April 1970, when millions of people came together to protest the negative impacts of 150 years of industrial development. As those impacts, and others, can still be felt world-wide, Earth Day has since morphed into an international “day of action” taking place on the 22nd of April each year. It […]

Great Barrier Reef

Great Barrier Reef

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.

Sunday Edition – Weekly Greens

Image by Jaine There were so many interesting green and environmental articles this week, I wasn’t exactly sure where to start. Unfortunately when it came time to write my Weekly Greens blog post, I had already forgotten where I had seen some of them. However, there is no shortage of information and these articles in […]