The World’s Most Sustainable Building

In order to combat the increasing threat of climate change, certain companies have now begun to operate in more sustainable ways. Rhenus Netherlands has joined this cause and now owns the world’s most sustainable building, NewLogic III, in the Dutch city of Tilburg. The building received a score of 98.4%,…

Botanical Gardens in Ethiopia

Written by Ligia Clara Ethiopians have recently established botanical gardens to promote sustainability and conservation practices throughout their country. Gullele Botanic Garden was founded in Addis Ababa, the nation’s capital, in 2005, but it was not officially inaugurated until January of 2019. The 1,740-acre park, which citizens have referred to…

What You Did Not Know About Ecotourism

With summer fast approaching, many people are planning their vacation getaways. To reel in tourists, some countries have turned towards an interesting form of revenue generation, ecotourism, the latest fad in tourism marketing. In fact, "The United Nations World Tourism Organization has declared 2017 the International Year of Sustainable Tourism…

They Eat Plastic For Lunch

For years scientists have been on the search for ways to deal with our burgeoning plastic waste burden. The issue of plastic is that it is not really biodegradable. A single piece of plastic can take hundreds to even thousands of years to biodegrade. Plastics are petroleum products that have…