Economic growth is destroying nature and humanity, survey finds

Humanity's unbridled growth in recent decades has come at a "devastating cost to nature" according a wide-ranging international review on the vital economic role played by our living planet. The 600-page rundown of scientific material commissioned by the British government highlighted the precarious state of global biodiversity and warned that nothing short of a sea … Continue reading Economic growth is destroying nature and humanity, survey finds

Russian military discovers five new Arctic islands

The Russian military has officially confirmed the discovery of five new Arctic islands which have emerged as climate change accelerates glacial melting. The new islands were discovered by a student onboard a Russian Navy research vessel that conducted a voyage through Arctic waters in late 2016. Russia has been increasing its military and commercial presence in the Arctic as … Continue reading Russian military discovers five new Arctic islands

Wild bees now building nests with plastic

When tasked with making their unique nests, Argentina’s solitary bees are now choosing plastic. Wile bees nesting in Argentinian crop fields were recently found constructing nests entirely made of the flimsy plastic packaging material left on farms. From 2017 to 2018, researchers at Argentina's National Agricultural Technology Institute crafted wooden, artificial nests for wild bees. … Continue reading Wild bees now building nests with plastic

‘Sex won’t be necessary to have Babies in 30 Years from now,’ says a Stanford Professor

A Stanford professor has predicted that human beings will no longer need sex to make babies in 30 years to come. The good news is, it'll be free of charge. According to the scholar, men and women won't need to have sexual intercourse in order to achieve their dreams of being parents to their "own … Continue reading ‘Sex won’t be necessary to have Babies in 30 Years from now,’ says a Stanford Professor

Blizzard of ’77: An unbelievably true story from nature

They always say "nature is love" but when it blesses us with a curse in the form of earthquakes, hurricanes, blizzards and more, we begin to ask questions. Should we blame God when nature weeps, and ignore our destructive human nature? The world has faced global warming in recent years. This crisis remains one of the … Continue reading Blizzard of ’77: An unbelievably true story from nature

BioFashion Show: Nature meets Fashion in Columbia

Innovation, no doubts, makes life better. And a new fashion trend tagged "BioFashion" aims to save the earth as well as humans, from our destructive habits. BioFashion is an environmental initiative that seeks to create awareness about the preservation and management of natural resources. Reports confirm that this uncommon fashion show was held on 19 November in Cali, the capital … Continue reading BioFashion Show: Nature meets Fashion in Columbia

Amazing Metal Peonies Debut In China.

Local and foreign tourists are currently booking tickets - lots of it - to Luoyang, a city in China's Henan province. This botanic garden has become on of the best tourist attractions lately especially for anyone who loves nature. Thanks to a couple of metal peonies weighing 250 kg each, forged by Wang Shupin. The … Continue reading Amazing Metal Peonies Debut In China.

Underwater Photographer (2016 Award Winners).

The Underwater Photographer of the Year contest is a UK-based competition for pictures taken underwater. The artistic champions represented about 50 countries in an intensely competed exhibition. Alex Mustard was the jury chairman who displayed all the beautiful and inspiring imageries for the judges to score. The jury chairman Alex Mustard was full of praises for … Continue reading Underwater Photographer (2016 Award Winners).

Beautiful Aerial Views of the Peach Blossom Festival.

These pictures taken yesterday April 13, 2016 shows an aerial view of a land of peach blossoms in Chagugang Town of Wuqing District in north China's Tianjin. A peach blossom festival was held there and it'll remain open to tourists.