Stories and posts about climate change, and our fragile planet.
Berg is a company selling bottled water made from melted icebergs, promising "the unmistakable taste of clean".
An innovative partnership that aims to reduce micro plastic in the environment.
Watch the construction of the world's largest wind turbine, which reaches over 900 feet into the air.
An eco-friendly alternative to avocados, made to look just like the real thing.
A special look at, around, and under large icebergs, taken by intrepid divers.
Easy yet effective ways to reduce your personal carbon footprint.
This delightfully cozy village receives over 30 feet of snow every year.
A solar covered aqueduct would provide clean power while also preventing drinking water from evaporating.
A unique, multi-purpose EV designed for the future of sustainable agriculture.
Walk around in your own clean-air bubble with the Dyson Zone headphones.
Will this bottle help to stem the flow of single-use plastic?
This innovative design shows us the promise of mixed-energy systems.
Beautifully vivid images of Auroras from around the world.
Keeping you and your car cool and covered while harnessing clean energy? Yes please.
A newspaper built around real, good-news stories from around the globe.
A helpful solution to recycle ♻️ some of those Halloween candy wrappers.
National Parks are amazing, though many are hugely crowded. Here are the five least crowded in the entire United States.
File this one under hopeful and also, weird.
The Namib Desert is possibly the oldest desert in the world.
A tree-like canopy that also harnesses solar energy.
Giving styrofoam a second life with these minimal, hand-made furniture items.
The Siena Awards recently awarded the best of their Drone Photo Awards 2022, and the resulting images are amazing.
We can imagine a future where architecture and landscape architecture merge.
We love this infographic, which breaks down the sleep patterns and lifespan of various animals from around the world.
A truly amazing little Scarab beetle found in Central America.
Power outages are becoming more common around the globe. Here are some simple steps to stay prepared for the next one.
A biodegradable alternative, Great Wrap is made from food waste, making it perfect for your leftover needs.
Both biodegradable and dissolvable in hot water, the shoes represent a vision where waste is avoided when outgrown or no longer worn.