Agricultural Engineer & scientific translator B.Sc in Nutrition & Food technology.
A group of 8- to 10-year-old British school children have published a scientific paper in the peer-reviewed journal Biology Letters, with such achievement, these 25 students became the youngest scientists in the world.
“The internet is the fastest growing source of CO2 to the atmosphere…it doubled from 2002 to 2006.”
A new study that was conduct by a research team at the University of Harvard demonstrated that people who are having more dairy products in their daily diet are associated with lower incidence of Type 2 Diabetes.
A first of a kind and amazing hotel that consists of a group of wonderfully made rooms designed by a number of the best Swedish designers, this hotel conveys an ecological value as it is built in the midst of a forest instead of having to cut these forests to build a luxurious hotel.
Planet, Inc. has launched the Eco Friendly Footwear shop on PlanetShoes.com. This new Shop represents a conglomeration of all of the eco friendly brands, shoes and accessories that can be found throughout the PlanetShoes.com website.
A recent study published by the medical website bmj.com and held by the Karolinska Institute in Sweden have shown a relationship between having more sleep and more beauty and attractiveness.
As the ecotourism movement continues to grow, making a vacation choice that respects the Earth is becoming more and more important to travelers
Finally the marine scientists were able to take the first picture of the deepest living fish gathered over a bait 7700 meter under the sea surface noting that this is the first time life at such depth has been caught by a camera.
Have you ever admired a beautiful piece of jewellery made with red or pink coral? Then you’ll want to Help Prevent a Coral Catastrophe. Your personalized certificate explains how your gift will fight the destructive harvesting and unregulated trade of one of the most attractive inhabitants of our tropical oceans.
Every time you search with Ecosia 80% of the revenue generated gets sent to WWF’s Tumucumaque project in the Amazon, which is the world’s largest tropical forest reserve and One of the most bio-diverse regions in the world.