Stories and posts about climate change, and our fragile planet.
The first photographs of a super-rare black leopard in Africa in over 100 years. She's a beauty.
A beautifully white and serene series by Tom Hegen, showcasing earth in winter snow cover, from shoreline to mountain range to open field.
Beautiful series called Ice Formations showcasing trapped CO2 and methane bubbles underneath a frozen Alaskan lake. The detail and patterns formed are really stunning.
This simple, unassuming plastic chair is more important than it seems. Made from collected and discarded plastic fishing nets, it represents an important step in the movement to salvage trash and repurpose harmful waste into useful goods.
The Harvard HouseZero is a major retrofit of a 1940's house in Cambridge, created to be net-zero and a design prototype for efficiency.
With much of the US in the midst of a chilling polar vortex, we thought an escape to the Maldives sounded just right.
A dramatic installation called Strawpocalypse is made from over 168,000 plastic straws, to draw attention to plastic waste.
In a painful yet beautiful animated short, we see four animals singing the famous ‘I Dreamed a Dream’ song from Les Misérables, as their very existences are threatened by manmade disasters, and violent poaching and hunting.
The next time you think about booking a cruise vacation, you might try to visualize a million cars. That's the equivalent air pollution that a big Carnival or Royal Caribbean-type cruise ship emits in a single day.
An exploration of Iceland's beautiful desolation, by photographer Jesse Echevarria.
Loop is a new zero-waste product delivery system, partnering with household brands, to deliver reusable containers of products you know and love.
The Finland Glass Resort is nestled in and around a thick forest, giving the modern architectural retreat a serene and peaceful surrounding.
If you're the highly adventurous type, the Hammerfest Hiking Cabins might be the perfect place to check out.