The focus of EarthDay has transitioned over the years from focusing less on celebrations and more on actually cleaning up the planet….
Sunny and tropical Aruba’s parks, reefs and wind turbines are a sight to behold whether or not you’re an environmentalist….
Good weather means lounging in the great outdoors. Here are a few chairs to support you with both style & sustainability…
Mussel Beach A synthetic mussel that sits on the shore and records the temperature is not the most glamorous use of robotic technology, but it's one that has given its creator, a very real picture of the consequences of global warming
A synthetic mussel that sits on the shore and records the temperature is not the most glamorous use of robotic technology, but it’s one that has given its creator, a very real picture of the consequences of global warming.
It may be called “beach nourishment” but dredge-and-fill sand operations used to create more beachfront for condos is anything but nourishing.
It is possible to stand in the midst of a rainforest in Belize, surrounded by dripping trees and the cries of howler monkeys, and think that you’re in a particularly unspoiled corner of Costa Rica. Or maybe Brazil, before that country’s air was choked with smoke from burning trees and the ugly scars of clear-cuts. Possibly because of its small population of 200,000 scattered among 8,876 square miles of coastline, mountains and dense forests, Belize has escaped the headlong development that has marred so much of Latin America’s natural beauty. Even its largest metropolis, Belize City, is home to no more than 60,000 people.