From scrap to art. Sculptures in Lisbon.
The animated film LET’S TALK ABOUT SOIL emphasizes human dependence on soils and describes how sustainable development is threatened by certain soil use trends.
He was first noticed by history in 1801 when he arrived on horseback at the farm of John Stedden in Licking Creek, Ohio. Stedden thought Chapman was rather eccentric, but he listened to the man’s plans to head west and plant apple seeds along the way for future settlers.
We can fall for the oil industry hype and keep ourselves chained to a resource that’s depleting and comes with ever increasing economic costs with staggering environmental consequences, or we can recognize that the days of cheap and abundant oil (not to mention coal and natural gas) are over.
Follow the filmmakers from the Smithsonian Institute on a visual journey through the lush Pacific Ocean paradise that is home to some of the most precious flora and fauna on the planet.
Environmental education is about organized efforts that teach how natural environment functions and, particularly, how human beings can manage their behavior and ecosystems in order to live sustainably.
(ΕΛ) Kurt Reinhart is a plant ecologist for the US Department of Agriculture’s Agricultural Research Service in Miles City, Montana, as well as a photographer and videographer. He is also the creator of the website iecology.net, an educational resource for plant ecology on the web.
From North America to the Amazon, from Sri Lanka and Northern Australia, the monsoon rains are an eagerly awaited event in many parts of the world. Here are some of the eighteen photos of this extraordinary weather phenomenon.
An Austrian named Werner Boote has started a campaign against dangerous chemicals existing in plastic. In order to complete his documentary film “Plastic planet” he had to travel all over the world and meet many people.
The nature is out there and is waiting for you to admire it. You don’t have to go far.