Japan’s ‘zero waste town’ is so good at recycling that it is attracting foreign visitors
Residents of Kamikatsu diligently sort their waste into 45 different categories so it can be recycled, reused or composted.
YOUTUBE: How this town produces no trash.
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A citizen who watches council sent the following comment:
In this era of constant bad news, here's a video that will make you smile.
Humans in Zimbabwe befriend and care for a troupe of orphaned or mistreated elephants and carry out a heroic reintroduction to the wild.
Medicinal cannabis is grabbing ever more attention and more companies are getting into the field. This CSIRO research "snapshot" of a joint research effort with a company reveals why pets are in need and why they may be the first to get cannabis therapy.
WATCHING A BELOVED pet suffer from arthritis
PERFORMED BY DINGOES Breakfast in support of the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service, currently being decimated by the NSW government.
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> See NSW State Budget 2018: Regional impacts.
Now you "sea" them, now you don't!
Cuttlefish are more than the chameleons of the sea, these cephalopods take camouflage to a whole new level.
Amazing, interesting facts about camouflage; buoyancy; AND it answers the question — how many tickles does it takes to make a cuttlefish laugh?
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JUICE MEDIA HAS been getting a bit of traction with its series of “honest government” ads, a take-off of the increasing amounts of federal government advertising promoting what a good job it thinks it’s doing.
The video below focuses on the Coalition government’s climate and energy policy, and it hits the
What will we eat in 2050? California farmers are placing bets.
By Nathanael Johnson, Grist.
Chris Sayer pushed his way through avocado branches and grasped a denuded limb. It was stained black, as if someone had ladled tar over its bark. In February, the temperature had dropped below freezing for three hours,
A Ballina Pacific Highway Koala victim
THESE ARE PHOTOS of an emaciated Koala. As the neighbour who found him said: “He looks like something out of Changi", ( an infamous prisoner of war camp ) starved and incapable of climbing more than a few feet of a nearby tree.
The Koala had
THEY MIGHT HAVE lucked out in the stakes to win the tag as Australia’s floral emblem (in favour of the showy wattle) but eucalypts do have their own national day — March 23. And for good reason. Eucalypts say a lot about what makes the Australian continent unique.
Here are five