More than a third of our food crops and three-quarters of the world’s flowering plants depend on animal pollinators to propagate.
How Scientists Measure Biodiversity
Biodiversity is one of the key reasons for protecting forests, but what is it exactly and how do the experts measure it?
What Can Be Composted in a Backyard
While every system has a different method, there are some necessary details that we know for sure when it comes to what you can compost.
Aspects of Old Telephones That Might Confuse Young People
Today's generation will never know about tangled and coiled phone cords or dialing 411 for the directory.
What is Vegan Leather?
Made up mostly of polyvinyl chloride (PVC) and polyurethane (PU), these "vegan" leathers are plastic-based materials.
Blue Eye Surgery: Is it Worth it?
The surgery was first introduced by a California-based company called Stroma Medical, that offers the procedure, currently running in clinical trials.
Tricks Food Brands Use to Rip Us Off
Hopefully, by the end of this article, we'll all become more conscious consumers.
Is Eating Organic Really Better for You and the Environment?
The question still remains: Are organic foods actually better for us and the environment?
Wild Facts About Hyenas
These nocturnal creatures are not as savagely as you might think. You might just fall in love with these unique animals.
How Do Cities Become Green?
Many cities have already adopted urban farming, e-mobility, non-motorized transport, and are exploring zero-emission buildings.