You may have heard the British use the word “autumn” to describe the time of year that ends summer and turns to winter or in simpler terms, the third season. But why do they use a different word? Here we compare the difference between autumn and fall!
It’s easy to think the environmental comparison between cars and hamburgers may be silly. However, a beef barbecue on a hot summer day has even greater impact that you probably were unaware of! Let’s take a look at why there’s such a large disparity between beef and Bentleys.
Most people have heard about the horrible disaster of the Chernobyl factory meltdown. We know it effected many surrounding Ukrainian cities, but did you know it's aftermath expanded across the world? Here we look at the Chernobyl ramifications on the UK.
We’ve heard of Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, but one diver’s paradise we’ve not heard about is the Great Carrier Reef. 24 miles from the coast on Pensacola, sat at the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico, is the USS Oriskany - an 888-foot former US Navy Aircraft Carrier.
Oak trees are among the oldest nature species in the world, and there's no doubt a lot of fascinating things to learn about these ancient wonders. Even though you may see it as just a tree, there is a lot of fun facts about oak trees!
Snow can make any city look like a wonderland! Not to mention, it can provide easy hydration on the go if it's clean. But there's a lot of misconceptions about snow that you probably don't know. Which one of these surprise you the most?
What happens when you put a spoon full of oil into a choppy lake? If you haven't guessed it by now, the lake calms. You might be thinking "fake news", but know that science may just surprize you yet again! Check out the facts here!
The Netherlands is certainly known for their tulips. These beautiful bulbs can get pricey, but you'll be thankful they aren't as expensive as they used to be! Find out what caused their worth to drop back down to a reasonable price!
Nobody likes midges - they're called pests for a reason! They seem to serve no purpose other than bothering you and leaving you covered in oh so attractive bite marks, especially during the summer. They're especially abundant in Scotland - but did you know there's a reason?
Green tea is a healthy & tasty habit practiced around the world. Its long journey from harvest to cup explains why it is the top-notch tea among tea lovers. Check out this infographic and find out about the stages of green tea production - from harvesting and processing to packaging and labeling.
Among the top 5 most visited national parks, Yosemite has a bountiful amount of natural beauty to offer. With endless locations to hike, rock climb, and camp in, Yosemite is a nature lovers dream! There’s more to this park than meets the eye, so here are 30 facts about Yosemite!
In this infographic, we delve further into the different ways in which smoking has an effect on the environment. You’ve probably never really thought much about, but it is a problem that doesn’t usually get a lot attention.