A Cardboard Bicycle That Could Change the World

A bicycle made almost entirely of cardboard has the potential to change transportation habits from the world’s most congested cities to the poorest reaches of Africa, its Israeli inventor says.

Izhar Gafni, 50, is an expert in designing automated mass-production lines. He is an amateur cycling enthusiast who for years toyed with an idea of making a bicycle from cardboard. Continue Reading →


Scientists say 93% of Australia’s Great Barrier Reef now bleached

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One of Australia’s most noteworthy characteristic marvels and a significant tourism fascination is in grave peril from an Earth-wide temperature boost, specialists say.

As much as 93% of the Incomparable Obstruction Reef has been harmed by coral blanching, Australian researchers uncovered for the current week, in a report taking into account broad ethereal and submerged studies. The report was distributed days after analysts discovered coral fading far south of the Incomparable Obstruction Reef in Sydney Harbor and in front of Earth Day on Friday. Continue Reading →


Underwater Sculptures by Jason deCaires Taylor

Jason deCaires Taylor is an internationally acclaimed eco-sculptor who creates underwater living sculptures, offering viewers mysterious, ephemeral encounters and fleeting glimmers of another world where art develops from the effects of nature on the efforts of man.

His site-specific, permanent installations are designed to act as artificial reefs, attracting corals, increasing marine biomass and aggregating fish species, while crucially diverting tourists away from fragile natural reefs and thus providing space for natural rejuvenation. Subject to the abstract metamorphosis of the underwater environment, his works symbolize a striking symbiosis between man and nature, balancing messages of hope and loss. Continue Reading →


Transform How You Use Water at Home in 5 Easy Steps

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Water is everywhere, but as water resources become harder to come by in some communities and more expensive nearly everywhere, people are searching for ways to cut back. The modern world brings us a multitude of ways to waste water, but some simple changes can reduce the amount you consume, making your water bill decrease and your environmental impact smaller. This article will show you 5 easy ways to reduce your water use at home from the team at The Mat Factory, an online store specialising in design mats for the bathroom and other areas of the home. Continue Reading →


Here’s Why Your Company Needs a Waste Management Policy

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From time immemorial, human beings have, for the most part, had special arrangements in place for disposal of waste. This means waste management is not a new practice being forced on households and businesses by the government today. It became imperative for government to step in with force as industrialisation and urbanisation led to serious waste generation issues. In case you are still wondering why, here are some reasons why your company needs a waste management policy. Continue Reading →


Does Your Company Need Dedicated Ethernet?

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In today’s business climate, it is no longer feasible to contemplate running a growing business without a secure and reliable internet connection. The question that remains, however, is which type of internet connection is right for your business. Whether you should choose a broadband connection, a T1 line, or having Ethernet dedicated internet access for your business is a decision that will require the careful consideration of several factors. Continue Reading →