Velella Velella

  In recent weeks, millions of small, jellyfish-like sea creatures, also scientifically known as “velella velella,” are getting blown onto beaches, from California to Washington. This jellyfish ...

Pokémon’s Fantasy Ecology

  However silly it is, Pokémon has always interested me, beyond the simple trappings of the turn-based games themselves. The logic behind the world, its fantastical ecology holds many fascinatin...

Monkey Kingdom Swings into Theaters

Story by Jessica Astin   Disney films are known for their adorable animals, but in the films made by their Disneynature division, the animals are real. From lions to dolphins to chimpanzees, the...

Five Eco-Friendly Films

WALL-E (2008)   The 2008 science-fiction adventure film WALL-E explores themes of environmentalism and consumerism through the eyes of its eponymous robotic hero WALL-E. Pixar’s trademark skill ...

Green Beer:

  We have all heard of the drought in California. It’s been all over the news, and realistically the results of the drought are frightening to say the least. There are some business owners who a...

Where Does Your Wood Come From?

  What is illegal logging? It is when wood is cut, processed, and traded in violation of a state or country’s law or a violation of international laws. According to REVERB, 30% of global wood pr...