If you’re looking to get away from the real world for just a moment, you may want to catch the next plane to the Atlanta Botanical Gardens. Once there, you will be able see magical plant sculptures that you otherwise could only find in your imagination. Created by nonprofit International Mosaiculture of Montreal, the Imaginary… Continue reading Take a Walk Through This Imaginary World of Living Plant Sculptures
Thought you would never get to see some of the rarest and most elusive animals on this planet? Think again, because National Geographic has collected photographs of ten of them, giving us an extraordinary chance to see some very uncommon animals up close. The “Stunning Pictures: Ten of the Rarest Animals on Earth” series is… Continue reading 10 of the Rarest Animals on Earth Photographed
Although Earth Day 2014 has come and gone, there are still many simple steps we can take to protect our beautiful planet. This year the buzz phrase around Earth Week was #LightsOffScreenOn and it’s a good one to remember. While watching television or using your computer or tablet, turn a couple lights off. If, for… Continue reading Flip a Switch, Save the World (Infographic)
Greenpeace has recently named Apple the most improved company in terms of promoting green internet practices. However, while many are praising Apple and CEO Tim Cook for their effort to shift toward renewable resources and generally become more environmentally-friendly, some consumers and investors aren’t buying it. You might even say that the critics have been… Continue reading Are Green Apples Better for You?
Early in April 2014, in its annual green practices report, Greenpeace concluded that Apple was the most improved company in terms of using and promoting green internet practices. So in honor of Earth Day, Apple announced today that it is continuing strong on this path to reduce its impact on the environment by expanding its… Continue reading Apple Gets Greener, Uses Renewable Power In More Company Facilities
“There are some ideas we want every company to copy,” reads the top of an Apple ad running in UK newspapers today. Printed just in time for Earth Day, it’s no coincidence that the ad coincides with Apple’s ongoing patent trial with Samsung. Apple ad on back cover of this morning's Metro: 'There are some… Continue reading Apple Taunts Imitators in Print Ad on Earth Day: ‘Some Ideas We Want Every Company to Copy’
If you think anything glow-in-the-dark is pretty cool, it might be time for you to take a trip to The Netherlands. There, you’ll find a half-kilometer strip of road with luminescent markings that glow green at night. Using a photoluminescent paint, the glow-in-the-dark road markings charge during the day, enabling them to light up at… Continue reading Dutch Test Glow-in-the-Dark Road Markings for Energy-Efficient and Smart Transportation
A new movement is taking green practices to the internet, with the biggest IT companies cleaning themselves up and using sustainable and energy efficient practices. Greenpeace conducted its annual report on the most and least green companies and found that this year Apple was the most improved company in terms of using and promoting green… Continue reading Apple Is Most Improved in Green Internet Efforts, Amazon among the Worst [REPORT]