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  • Meet the Masters of Nature Photography

    Meet the Masters of Nature Photography
    Wildlife in the context of our ever-evolving environment are some of the most challenging subjects to capture, and yet there are the talented few who have done just that: inspire us with their patience and dedication to preserving and photographing nature. Take a look at the chosen ones by Telegraph UK.
  • Analogue Day Activity: Repurpose, Recycle Or Upcycle Something

    Analogue Day Activity: Repurpose, Recycle Or Upcycle Something
    In celebration of all things analogue, consider this fun offline endeavor today: be creative and innovative as well as clean and green by repurposing, recycling, or upcycling old items into usable things!
  • Touch My Toggle, Put Me On The Floor

    Touch My Toggle, Put Me On The Floor
    How was your weekend? We heard you “flipped the switch” with your special someone on Saturday night. Ya know, “knocked the lever”, “shift the rocker”, “turned the dial”? We know you did the deed. How so? Find out after the jump!
  • Go Green This Earth Day 2012

    Go Green This Earth Day 2012
    As we celebrate Earth Day this 2012, let’s look back at how it started and what we can do to celebrate with the whole world.
  • Dazzling Nature Documentaries in 3D Soon!

    Dazzling Nature Documentaries in 3D Soon!
    If you have 5 minutes to be slack-jawed with awe, watch these truly bedazzling short films by Louie Schwartzberg, noted nature cinematographer and filmmaker. He has been shooting high-definition time-lapse videos of flowers blooming, animals moving, and seasons changing for 30 years and the footage he gets teaches us so much about our planet and ecosystems.
  • Astounding x Brilliant: Aurora Borealis

    Astounding x Brilliant: Aurora Borealis
    The Northern Lights (aka aurora borealis), one of the most spectacular scientific phenomena, is on my personal bucket list of things to see in real life. I'd get technical about this eye-widening event but I'll let these photos do the talking. Look and be amazed.
  • Chasing Ice: Time-Lapse Photography Documents Melting Glaciers

    Chasing Ice: Time-Lapse Photography Documents Melting Glaciers
    Art and science merge as Extreme Ice Survey, a long-term photography endeavor, wins an Excellence in Cinematography Award at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival for their documentary, Chasing Ice. The film is currently screening at SXSW. Read on to find out more about the time-lapse project and how you can make similar videos with the LomoKino.
  • Paintings by Trees

    Paintings by Trees
    "Conversation with Trees" is the title of the collaboration between Singaporean artist Yeo Shih Yun and Singapore's trees. That's right, Shih Yun has single-handedly awoken and empowered the sleeping artist that lies within each and every tree that has previously, only been the subjects of poems.
  • Australian Street Art

    Australian Street Art
    From humanizing comic book superheros, to beautifying trash piles, Australian street artist Fintan Magee has done it all. A chameleon, when it comes to themes and chosen surfaces to paint on, Magee often mixes different themes together to make pedestrians contemplate the individual issues separately as well as, as a whole.
  • Clean and Green in Makati Schools

    Clean and Green in Makati Schools
    The City of Makati does not only boast being a premier financial district of the Philippines, but also the provision of education to all levels -- from grade school to college -- which is a big help especially to low income families. These public schools advocate and practice cleanliness and greenery, so the students will learn the importance of taking care of the environment as well as their health.
  • Cheonggyecheon Stream

    Cheonggyecheon Stream
    Cheonggyecheon is a 5.8km stream that stretches through downtown Seoul towards the Han River. Once an eyesore, it is now an oasis of cool tranquility when tourists and Seoulites need a respite from the hustle and bustle of city life.
  • The Bioscope (Ungersheim)

    The Bioscope (Ungersheim)
    The Bioscope is a theme park, located in Alsace, France, dedicated to the Environment...