The most likely explanation for the animals’ refusal to let go of the corpses: grief. Scientists have found a growing number of species, from giraffes to chimps, that behave as if stricken with grief. Elephants, for example, return again and again to the body of a dead companion.
What a make a green and savvy investment? Think solar. Here are a few companies to keep your eye on.
India is looking a lot greener lately, especially since men and women in the state of Uttar Pradesh in northern India joined together to plant 50 million trees in a single day earlier this week. The activists took on the task of reforesting the Indian state not only to improve the environment, but to claim massive bragging rights.
The generation before us knew how to keep cool with out fancy A/C systems. Maybe we can look at their ways and learn a thing or two. Read on…
Opponents of fracking can say “I told you so” today in the wake and ashes of a huge New Mexico fracking explosion that put set 36 oil tanks on fire. Read more!
Clean energy proponents say wave energy technology has enormous potential to provide zero emissions electricity to Australians.
While vacationing on the shores of St. Lawrence River in Canada, a family spotted a baby Beluga whale washed up on the riverbank. The whale’s mother was nowhere to be seen so that family’s boys quickly took the initiative to save its life and began hydrating it until authorities arrived.
Sayings like “there a lot more fish in the sea” may not be as true as they once were. We are depleting our oceans. Read this!
“Sustainable Architecture meets the needs of its occupants, at anytime, anywhere, without jeopardizing the welfare and development of future generations. It involves honest commitment to human development and social stability, using architectural strategies to optimize resources and materials, promoting renewable energy, minimizing waste and emissions, maintenance, functionality and the price of the buildings and improving the quality of life of its occupants.” – Luis de Garrido (architect who designed the Eye of Horus Eco-House).
Peter Kirby and James Corbett tackle the two questions most frequently asked by chemtrail skeptics: why would the government do something like this, and how could they do something like this?
An article by Omar Cherif exploring a collection of unique natural wonders from around the globe.
This moving performance was done to raise awareness about this week’s OSPAR Commission gathering in Tenerife, Spain, where international delegates are meeting to decide on a proposal to safeguard 10 percent (226,150 square kilometers) of the Arctic. It may seem like the common sense thing to do, but according to Greenpeace, Denmark, Iceland and Norway are three countries that are attempting to block this proposal.
Olli, created by Arizona-based Local Motors, officially hit the streets of the nation’s capital Thursday. Using an app similar to Uber or Lyft, ride-seekers can order the bus to pick them up and drop them off at their destinations of choice.
Environmentalists would be happy to know too that milestones for using renewable energy sources is also happening elsewhere in the world, including Germany and Denmark.
Scientists assure us that it is only a matter of time before a large earthquake strikes, and that is why it is so alarming that the ground surrounding the San Andreas Fault has been “rising and sinking.”