Spiral-Shaped Gardens Produce More Food on Less Land

If you are on the lookout to increase the amount of food…

Volunteers Form Human Chain to Save Dozens of Beached Whales in New Zealand

Humans are often so consumed in their own selves that we forget…

Human Urine Is Shown to Be an Effective Agricultural Fertilizer

Anybody that lives with pets will be familiar with animal lavatorial habits.…

Potato “Batteries” Can Light a Room For 40 Days for a 50th of the Cost of Normal Batteries

Potatoes are among the most well-known edibles on earth. It has the…

Netherlands’ Largest “Flower Stream” Garden Bursts with 7 Million Colorful Blooms

The Netherlands has an exquisite flower garden to lure tourists every year.…

Leicester Is Turning All of Its Bus Stops Into Green Roof Pollinator Gardens for Bees

Honey bee populations and honey output are both declining. Walking along the…

As Lumber Prices Skyrocket, Builders Give Hemp Blocks a Second Look

If you have been following trends in the construction industry for a…

Windcatchers Generate 2.5 Times As Much Electricity as Wind Turbines Per Square Foot

As the climate crisis unfolds before our very eyes, scientists, engineers, and…

Historic Ship Reclaimed By Nature Has a Second Life As a Protective Breakwater

When most ships are decommissioned, they are either trashed or decoupled, and…

Gorgeous Photos Capture a Stormy Sunset Over North Carolina’s Outer Banks

Who would have thought that North Carolina’s outer banks are as beautiful…

Greenland is getting darker and this is threatening the world

Greenland darkens and after being less white, it reflects less sunlight, which…

Melting glacier could unleash a tsunami in Alaska

A huge glacier in Alaska could be the cause of a devastating tsunami in the area, warn American geologists.