Tag Archives: Breakthroughs

A juice corporation dumped orange peels in a national park. Here’s what it looks like now.

In 1997, ecologists Daniel Janzen and Winnie Hallwachs approached an orange juice corporation in Costa Rica with an off-the-wall idea. In exchange for donating a part of unspoiled, forested estate to the Area de Conservacion Guanacaste — a nature preserve in the country’s northwest — the common would allow the company to drop its discarded … Read More

21 trees going out on a limb to request your assistance.

Hello, human! 1. A tree germinates amid a realm of blooms. Photo by Guillaume Souvant/ AFP/ Getty Images. Yes, you down there. We’re talking to you. 2. Stars twinkle in the night sky over the treetops of a woodland in Frankfurt. Photo by Patrick Pleul/ AFP/ Getty Images. It’s us the trees. 3. Beautiful fall … Read More

A funny commercial-grade in Sweden is getting beings hyped about public transport.

Sweden has been working on an exciting new technology, dubbed “The Future of Mobility.” Imagine clambering into your gondola, only now you can stretch your legs comfortably in the roommate cabin. Instead of fighting reckless motorists and morning transaction, you can whip open your telephone or laptop, catch up on undertaking, or precisely zone out, … Read More