Want to live an eco-friendly life? The best way to reduce your footprint on the world starts with habits at home. Water consumption often gets overlooked, but big changes to our everyday water habits are needed to confront society’s growing water demand. Now that we’re all spending more time at home thanks to COVID-19, water […]
Earth-conscious gardening is rooted in cutting back on household waste and toxic chemicals. This mindful approach conserves our vital resources, such as water. It also prioritizes the habit of recycling. By making these choices, you can slow the pace of global warming. Toward that end, here are 7 creative ideas for your upcoming growing season. […]
In this month’s Biofriendly DIY we wanted to let you know about various ways you can conserve water and energy at home. While there’s no question taking steps to conserve water and energy is good for the environment, the bonus is it’s good for your wallet too. In addition, once you’ve begun taking these steps, […]
From the tap to the bottle… what exactly are we drinking in our water and is it good for us? On this week’s episode of The Biofriendly Podcast, Noel and Jacob talk about what’s in the water, does it give us the nutrients we need, and why do people think Zac Efron has a dad bod?
We rarely get the opportunity to observe the magical miniature world at our feet, but thanks to this incredible picture by photographer Vyacheslav Mishchenko we can catch a glimpse of this snail sipping from a water droplet.
Water sports are a great way to get active during the summer months. They are also immensely fun while activating your body and mind like no shore-bound exercise can. They come in plenty of varieties, so you should be able to find something that suits your preferences and fitness levels. However, apart from the fun, […]
This week we welcome our guest engineer, scientist and inventor, Michael Carroll. Mike shares a little bit about the incredible work his company, Helios Altas, is doing with hydro-powered energy in remote places around the world in need of power. We also discuss the current state of renewable energy, how water dams are theme parks for fish, and wind energy is not for the birds.
Our planet is roughly 71% water so it only makes sense the water industry is equally vast and critical to human life. The water industry is valued at $700 billion and the companies involved are constantly looking for ways to cut costs and improve efficiency. Historically, the water industry has been conservative, slow to change, […]
When you hear people talk about going green, they might mention carpooling or declining straws at restaurants. These are little changes that catch on quickly with your friends, so you’ve considered jumping in, too. Many people like the idea of living a sustainable lifestyle to help the Earth, but you might not know where to […]
Let’s face it – whether we like it or not, it’s difficult to deny that climate change is actually happening. Sea levels are on the rise, there are water shortages across the globe, and ice caps are melting at an unprecedented rate. Something simply needs to be done – and soon. One of the most […]