It’s entirely green, it’s a monument to urban sustainability, AND it offers a Wi-Fi signal. Screw the Hollywood Sign, I hope these babies become the universal symbol for LA’s skyline.
If you don’t live in a cave you’ve probably already seen some very powerful WWF advertising campaigns. If you liked it (and I’m 99.7% sure you did) you’ll definitely enjoy this huge collection of the most creative WWF Ads , not to mention that they also have a Panda in their logo.
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Fashion Claims More Victims Than You Think
Give a Hand to Wildlife
(Made by Italian bodypainter Guido Daniele. Same technique was also used for soap ads here: 6 Scary Hand Monsters)
Imagine This is Yours: Turtle
Imagine This is Yours: Tiger
Imagine This is Yours: Deer
Don’t Buy Trouble
Don’t Buy Trouble: Ivory
Don’t Buy Trouble: Fang
Don’t Buy Trouble: Rabbit
It’s Your Turn: Calf
It’s Your Turn: Shark
It’s Your Turn: Crocodile
It’s Your Turn: Trees
Consuming the Earth is Consuming Our Future
The Future is Man Made: Trees
The Future is Man Made: Reef
The Future is Man Made: Turtle
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This guy’s no environmentalist, but he has a reason for choosing not to litter that most of us can relate to. And when it comes to recycling, it’s best to stay on his good side.
The front of St. Peters Basilica in Vatican City has been turned into a light show of animals and ecology to help promote positive action against climate change.
On Tuesday evening at 7pm, “The Fiat Lux: Illuminating Our Common Home” used 50 projectors during the hour-long light spectacle. Fiat Lux is Latin for let there be lightdont worry, it wasnt sponsored by the automotive company.
The projections largely focused onclimate change and endangered species, rangingfrom coral reefs to panda bears.
The light show coincided with the current COP21 Paris Climate Change summit in order to recognize the Churchs stance on climate change. Pope Francis is known to have a strong green conscience, often stressing the link between ecology and human values.
You can see the full show in the video below.
Meet Elon Musk. He co-founded PayPal, runs an electric car company, and builds space rockets. Despite all that, he barely needs any evidence to prove why we need to act on climate change. Those climate change deniers are afraid of him, and they should be.
Every last drop of water really does matter. It’s not like it grows on trees. This video is just one minute and 30 seconds, and it might give you a few new ideas (or serve as a good refresher) on how to save water. And you can always make a donation to an organization that helps provide clean water to those who need it.
He talks about “popping a hippo” in your toilet. I can’t be the only American who hadn’t heard of that, right? I googled it, and in the UK, it’s a unit that sits in the toilet tank so it uses less water every time you flush. You can also fill up a plastic bottle and drop it in for the same result.
The EPA recently released new rules to cut carbon emissions from power plants. (To learn more, check out this
Of course, global warming is too colossal of an issue to summarize on a whiteboard, but the way this guy divides the possible futures of humanity makes a lot of sense. Skip to 1:28 for the whiteboard magic.
Recycling is great for the planet. But you’ve got to do it right.
Kit Kat, Coke, Tropicana, Cheerios, Snickers, Lipton, Oreos! It’s just about impossible to eat without consuming something from the world’s top 10 food companies. And these gorilla multinationals have major impact on the lives of women, farmers, and on the environment. Only, some of them aren’t doing so well. Who’s got the clout to make these companies honest? Scroll down and get the inside info.
When you see photographs of the Earth from far away, the implications may not immediately be clear. Listen as Carl Sagan breaks it down.
This photograph of Earth taken by Voyager 1 was dubbed “Pale Blue Dot.”
For more videos featuring the calming bass of Carl’s voice, check out
The Sagan Series on YouTube.