The days of the Earth are numbered.
We have overloaded our planet. About this is the message of the recently released photo book on environment protection, which has gathered the most dramatic photos on the relationship between man and his environment taken in recent decades. We may see the symptoms caused by excessive industrialization that are irreversible and the social and environmental damage, the overpopulation that came along with these changes through the eyes and interpretation of the world’s best photographers. The set of photos portrait the uglier face of our planet on the anniversary of Earth Day.
Have you ever wondered what happens to plastic when you throw it away? Read on »
The oxmen of Krishna Valley have made a short video on the harvesting of the locally produced amaranth. The Center of Cow Protection in Krishna Valley welcomes everyone interested in cows and oxen, as well as oxwork. You have an opportunity for personal consulting, and even to watch ox-work in the field according to seasonal work.
Have you ever wondered how much water it takes to produce a pound of meat? As we all probably know a huge amount of water is used for the maintenance of livestock.
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Another story from Annie Leonard The Story of Bottled Water, released on March 22, 2010 (World Water Day) employs the Story of Stuff style to tell the story of manufactured demand—how you get Americans to buy more than half a billion bottles of water every week when it already flows from the tap. Read on »