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Biomimicry Changes How We Learn from Nature
The boom of the Industrial Era led the imagination to exist within the framework of compartmentalized thinking. Biomimicry changes the shape of innovation by engaging critical thinkers to integrate the solutions provided by nature.
Greenwashing Food Labels
At a minimum, we should expect truth in labeling. Otherwise, we are the ones running around with our heads cut off.
The Flamboyant Courtship of the Peacock Spider
Even if you hate spiders, you cannot help but to love this little guy!
Ship Strike Rule Could Save Lives
Next to reducing overfishing and deadly sonar practices, the most significant way to reduce unintentional marine mammal deaths is the continued implementation of the Ship Strike Rule.
Tar Sands Destroys Lake Conway Wildlife
Natural resources and wildlife covered in tar. Wildlife suffers rapid mutations and suffocation. Fertile land converts into uninhabitable soil, and access to fresh water supplies becomes increasingly threatened.
What are Superbugs?
Superbugs are a microorganism entity that is neither plant nor animal, but is part of the largest life force on the planet – bacteria.
Differences between Hair and Fur
Have you ever wondered what the distinctions are between hair and fur?
How Factory Farms Degrade Livestock
When discussing the realities of how agribusiness handles farm animals, concerns about antibiotic use and humane living conditions need addressing, for both their welfare and continued human health.
The Roots of Big Cats as Spirit Guides
The existence of animals helps to formulate a well-rounded person with the means for physical survival and mental evolution.
The Dangers of the Sonoran Desert Toad
Changing weather patterns encourage aggressive breeding of the dangerous amphibian, Bufo alvarius.
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