There's real life enchanted forest and its in Bhutan ~ Modern fairy tale is right here amongst us. The surreal landscape appears straight out of the fantasy novel.Forests full of mosses and lush green, vines hung down like severed limbs. It was not what i expected. Mother earth you purifiy us, 🌲🍃friends enjoy this short video i filmed while trekking.
Music🎶 Silent forest
Wald - ich liebe dich💝 Die Kraft deiner Bäume, den Schutz ihrer Blätterkronen, deinen erdigen Duft, deine Tiere und Pflanzen und deinen Atem, der uns allen das Leben schenkt. Ich wünsche mir, dass du uns erhalten bleibst - überall auf der Welt. Und ich will neue Bäume pflanzen damit alle Generationen nach uns noch deine Schönheit genießen können. 🌳💚🌱🌲🍁🍂🌿 I just love the forest. 💝 The strength of the trees, the comfort of the roof of leaves, the smell, all the animals and plants and the breath of the forest, that gives life to all of us. I hope, we can safe the forest all over the world and plant new trees, that all generations coming will be able to enjoy the magic and beauty of the woods. 🌳💚🌱🌲🍁🍂🌿 #wald#forest#trees#kastanie#waldweg#klimaschutz#klimaschutzkonferenz#forests#waldzauber#waldluft#savetheplanet#savethetrees#intothewoods#fürunserekinder
Coconuts are a beloved snack all over the world, and we all know their oil is 💯, but their outer shell is often disposed of in favor of the fruit inside. Michiel Vos has invented a way to use all of those discarded coconut husks to make shipping pallets that could save 200 million trees a year!
Coconut husks are a viable and more sustainable alternative to timber, which is used to produce 1.7 billion wood pallets every year in Asia. Vos is the founder behind CocoPallets, a company that produces pallets that are 100% biodegradable and prevent deforestation by saving trees typically cut down to produce traditional wood ones.
🌲 Smokey the Bear🐻meet Woodsy Owl🦉 1970’s LA Campaign to promote Environment awareness. •Screen shots available thanks to @ucriversideofficial digital newspaper library 📚 📰 at (link in bio) https://cdnc.ucr.edu/?a=p&p=home&e=-------en--20--1--txt-txIN-Woodsy+Owl-------1 “...Here’s Woodsy Owl
LOS ANGELES Launching of a massive, all-media information campaign on behalf of Woodsy Owl, the nation’s new battler against environmental pollution, has been jointly announced by the Forest Service. U S. Department of Agriculture, and the Public Service Council, a non-profit organization which coordinates efforts on the Woodsy Ow l program Woodsy, who has become a familiar sight since his introduction in September. 1971, will become even more visible through the summer and fall, working as a constant reminder for children and adults to “Give a hoot! Don't pollute." Russell Nagle, president of the Public Service Council, said Woodsy "has come up with 104 ways that almost everyone can practice to help clean up our environment." These will be detailed. Nagle continued, in a variety of public service materials which are being distributed to newspapers, magazines and the broadcast media, as well as such items as bumper strips, coloring sheets, decals, fan mail photos and even 19 licensed Woodsy Owl products. Radio announcements on Woodsy’s behalf have been
recorded by such noted performers as Lome Greene... Mather), the volunteer agency. Woodsy first appeared last fall in colorful posters which were visible in all of the country’s 155 national forests His most auspicious personal appearance to date was in the famed New Year's Day Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, Calif., when he rode a float jointly sponsored by the Public Serving Council and the Native Sons and Daughters of the Golden West. Numerous corporations throughout the U. S. are providing Woodsy Owl with financial support through contributions. The nation’s new ecology symbol seems destined to enjoy a success comparable to Smokey.” #enviornment#forests#optoutdoors#newspapers#70s#woodsyowl#smokeythebear#prevent#awareness#gogreen#planetearth#getinvolved#read#newspaper#ucr#library#digitallibrary
Today millions of people from Sydney to Delhi and Melbourne to London and New York are marching for urgent action on climate change. Stand up, share a post, make a conscious decision today to do what you can - pick up some rubbish in your local area, write to your local government, lobby the huge corporations that are polluting the earth. Islands are DISAPPEARING into the sea, forests are BURNING, species are going extinct EVERY HOUR. You can do better, I can do better - the earth deserves better. #climatestrike#climatestrike4youth#climateemergency
I wear an extra small size armour!
Baby rhinos are absolutely adorable!
This one wandered away a little from his mother but just a few feet away, searing us with her eyes, was the formidable mama rhino
The number of birds in the United States and Canada has fallen by an astonishing 29 percent, or almost three billion, since 1970, a signal of a widespread ecological crisis.
Grassland birds are the most affected, because of the disappearance of meadows and prairies and the extension of farmland, as well as the growing use of pesticides that kill insects that affects the entire food chain.
But forest birds and species that occur in a wider variety of habitats - known as habitat generalists - are also part of the downward trend.
More than 90 percent of the losses are from 12 species including sparrows, warblers, blackbirds, and finches.
Come fly with me over the blue ocean,
waterfalls, rivers, and lakes.
Sit with me on top of frosty mountains and green forests,
for these are the places where the creative power of the love
you have in your heart resides.
“Twenty Earth Angel Lessons” Aurora Green now available on Amazon.