Japan’s massive floating solar panel power plant reduce algae growth and evaporation

For those interested in clean renewable energy, we’re living in exciting times. Recent news that we’re adding more green energy capacity every year than that of oil, coal, and gas combined was heralded as “the beginning of the end” Continue reading Japan’s massive floating solar panel power plant reduce algae growth and evaporation

Green algae can be an ally for environmentalists

Green algae just might be the best lobbying tool environmentalists have in making their case that the state should buy land owned by U.S. Sugar.

Last week, a bloom of toxic blue-green algae in water adjacent to Lake Okeechobee led to the suspension of water pumping that had been ordered by the Army Corps of Engineers. Continue reading Green algae can be an ally for environmentalists

5 Superfoods Guaranteed to Make Your Skin Glow

There is a major shift happening in the beauty industry right now— products that once relied on hard-to-pronounce, lab-made ingredients are tossing in their impossible to read labels in favor of scientifically backed beauty superfoods. If you haven’t already heard of superfoods, they are foods so naturally packed in with anti-oxidative properties that they can actually enhance your skin’s cell turnover rate. They even slow signs of aging by fighting the Continue reading 5 Superfoods Guaranteed to Make Your Skin Glow

Ancient megadrought entombed dodos in poisonous fecal cocktail

Nine hundred kilometers off the east coast of Madagascar lies the tiny island paradise of Mauritius. The waters are pristine, the beaches bright white, and the average temperature hovers between 22°C and 28°C (72°F to 82°F) year- Continue reading Ancient megadrought entombed dodos in poisonous fecal cocktail