Cradle-to-cradle (C2C) is a way of designing products or processes that work more like natural systems.
Forests serve as an essential reminder of just how beautiful the natural world can be, from the sweeping majesty of the Amazon to your local state park.
Although organic farming has gained an immense amount of momentum over the last two decades, the term was actually coined back in the 1940s.
High in the Himalayas, large bees are busy making unusual honey. In fact, these are the largest honeybees on Earth — called Himalayan giant honeybees — and they make some of the world's most cherished honey.
Coconut crab populations are only found in islands across the Indian Ocean and the central Pacific Ocean, with most habitats located near the shore.