KFC in Hong Kong is offering their sandwiches in a completely edible rice paper wrapper, making for a more sustainable (and hilarious) experience.
The Hydaway is a clever, compact, and collapsible water bottle that hopes to reduce the number of plastic bottles that we use.
With many places around the globe experiencing record-breaking heat, it’s clear that our planet is warming, and we’re already feeling the effects of climate change. The New York Times has a look at some of the hottest places on the Earth over …
In a beautiful and slightly spooky series, Shaun Jeffers explores the caves of New Zealand of Waitomo where brilliant glow worms live. Otherworldly stuff...
A wild glass platform being built high up in the Wulingyuan mountains of Hunan, China
An ingenious reusable coffee cup made from recycled coffee grounds themselves.
Photographer Levon Biss has a remarkable collection of insect photography, each photo so detailed that it's made up of thousands of individual images.
Chilean freelance photographer Francisco Negroni has a stunning series showcasing seriously angry skies, alive with plumes of volcanic smoke, lava, and shocking threads of lightning.
eXXpedition is a pioneering, all-female sailing project that explores all corners of the globe, bringing critical attention to the issue of ocean plastic and toxins.
Through incredible drone footage, we see the scale, majesty, and natural wonders of Norway in amazing detail.
Feeling like exploring the National Parks this summer? This list of ten of the best National Park Instagram accounts should help get you there.
The Magic of Socotra, a strange island off the coast of Yemen, full of wild and endemic plant life.
The New York Times has an important, if frustrating look at 6 of the most common items that are improperly recycled.
British photographer Matt Porteous shows us the power and grace of the oceans, in a series that is authentic and beautiful.