By Moscow Department of IT
This autumn, around 30,000 trees will be planted in protected natural areas in honour of newly-born Muscovites. According to Moscow's Department of Information Technology, the scheme is open to city residents with children who were born in 2019.
By Turbo Trade S.A.
An intelligent home for a dozen or so dollars - now it is possible.
By Wildhorse Ranch Productions
Forest managers, fire ecologists and DOI-USDA agency Secretaries Ryan Zinke and Sonny Purdue have developed a 'wildfire-evolved blind spot': Fire-evolved landscapes are missing fire-evolved native megafauna, leading to the evolution of catastrophic...
By Swiss International School Dubai
With climate change, scarcity of resources, and alternative energy dominating society's talking points, it's easy to see that sustainability is a major topic of concern.
By Geo Tots
App Begins E-Exploration Mission of Universal Connectedness for Young Learners
By AdventureSmith Explorations
IGTOA reports that 100 percent of the growth in Galapagos tourism in the last decade came from land-based tourism at a time when ship-based tourism declined.
By Power Scuba
In partnership with the Port of San Diego and BAE Systems, Power Scuba will host its fourth annual San Diego Bay Underwater Cleanup on September 16th.
By Shanti Arts Publishing
David Zurick, the 2006 winner of the National Outdoor Book Award, wrote his latest book about an event in his life that seems exceedingly uncomplicated: he builds a goldfish pond in his backyard and finds that he enjoys sitting near it in the morning...