Pripyat: Ukraine’s Wild City|Favorites Series

On April 26, 1986, the Chernobyl nuclear plant exploded, and caught fire. Before the explosion, the area surrounding the plant was almost lush forest, and before that, it was wilderness all around. 300,000 people were evacuated from an area called the Exclusion Zone, and haven’t been to their home since. For many years on end,…

The Pacific Plastic Catcher|Favorites Series

In the middle of 2018, September to be exact, a new piece of technology entered the Pacific. This tech was like no other, and was going to fix something that we humans have created – The Great Pacific Garbage Patch. If you’re unaware of this mass of trash, here’s a little back story. In between…

A Statement On Ocean Pollution|Favorites Series

A few months ago, I was in a small community in Florida at around 9:00 PM. There were hundreds of people in the dark with us believe it or not, (one night it was full of people at 10:00 PM!) Anyway, on this particular night, there was two people tossing a glow stick on the…

Meet DO – An Eco Friendly Credit Card|Favorites Series

This is going to be quite an interesting article. As the title mentioned, I have looked at Apple News, and discovered an eco friendly credit card. The Swedish company Doconomy has made the card that Earth lovers will like to use. DO, is the card that helps you track your carbon emissions through an app. Here’s how it works:…

Introducing The GLOBR Favorites Series

GLOBR has been around for 3 months now, and there are officially 50 articles posted. That means that there have to-date been 294 visitors, 2,325 views, and plenty of articles that have made a difference to the readers. This also means that I have some favorites that will be republished in this new series. A…