These Sensory & Recycled Landspace Rugs Encourage Us To Take Care Of Our Planet!
Apr 12, 2023by Olivia Harper - F&F
Artist Alexandra Kehayoglou creates lush, eye-popping rugs using recycled scraps and threads from a carpet factory in Buenos Aires. Her recent works make a statement against deforestation and beautifully increases environmental awareness. Let’s learn more!
3D Printing Wood?! How It’s Now Possible To Create Wood Without Cutting Trees
Jan 16, 2023by Olivia Harper - F&F
A new groundbreaking innovation in 3D printing can lab-grow endless timber, without cutting down a single tree!
Australia Signs Global Nature Pledge To Reverse Biodiversity Loss By 2030!
Oct 28, 2022by Olivia Harper - F&F
A huge leap forward for Australia, the country has now signed a global pledge committing to reverse biodiversity loss and secure a nature-positive world by 2030!
Cloning The World’s Oldest Trees To Fight Climate Change!
Sep 30, 2022by Olivia Harper - F&F
A man and his team are on a mission, to clone the world's most ancient and gigantic trees to reverse climate change and preserve them for humanity!
Scientists Discover 'Ghost Orchid' That Grows In The Dark
Mar 11, 2022by Olivia - F&F
A darkness-loving ‘Ghost Orchid’ has been named among hundreds of new plant species by the scientists from the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.
New Study Finds That Tropical Rainforests Can Regrow Naturally In 10-20 Years
Feb 25, 2022by Olivia - F&F
A team of ecologists have discovered that in many cases, tropical forests can recover naturally — with little or no human assistance!
Aussie Conservation Group Announces Bold Plan To ‘Save The Koala With Kisses!’
Oct 29, 2021by Olivia - F&F
To kick off Save The Koala month, the Australian Koala Foundation (AKF) has announced a new habitat regeneration project to ‘Save The Koala With Kisses’.
Ghana Planted 5 Million Trees In A Single Day!
Sep 02, 2021by Olivia - F&F
On June 11th, Ghana planted 5 million trees for its inaugural Green Ghana Day! The tiny West African nation has bold plans to plant 100 million trees by 2024.