Entries by BioRift


According to a recent United Nations assessment, human activity puts 1 million species of plants and animals at risk of extinction. It’s a terrible message, but such devastation doesn’t have to be our fate if we rethink conservation.Ecological systems are critical for the survival of both wildlife and people, which is why three United Nations […]


Heat generation, and adding energy to any system causes it to change. Since the entire climate system is interconnected, increasing heat energy causes the global climate to alter as a whole. The water heats up much of the earth. More water evaporates into clouds when the ocean warms up. More energy-intensive storms form where hurricanes […]


Your kitchen waste should not be discarded. These can still be used as compost. In the United States, typical kitchen waste is over 30-40%, and the average American family of four wastes $1,500 worth of food per year. This is a lot of squander. As a result, we can compost it to increase the quality […]


Food waste, plastics, and paper goods make up more than half of the waste in U.S. landfills, according to a study. Other countries have had the same problem. It is a global issue that must be addressed. These are just a few  to begin with, but they will go a long way toward reducing global […]

How to have a more sustainable office space.

Introduction   Who says that having a sustainable but also saving money is limited to your household only?  Well, how about your office space? Can you also extend the idea of sustainability and saving money? Here are a few things you can do to make your office space – a little bit friendly to the […]

How to Be a little Bit Sustainable for Your Next Barbecue

Introduction When summer comes, there is nothing that screams summer than barbecue. Even better when firing up the grill at night. It’s a unique experience, especially when sharing a meal with friends and families.  Even better when eating grilled meat and cold beer on the side But just like any outdoor activity, a summer barbecue, […]

Zero-Waste Swap for Bathroom

We wanted to share some easy and realistic tips to assist you create a zero-waste bathroom. And if your goal isn’t to travel waste-free, but instead to travel low-waste or reduce the quantity of waste you create within the bathroom, these are still some little stuff you can do   1.  Plastic Toothbrushes Plastic toothbrushes […]

Ways to Create Indoor Sanctuary

Indoor gardening continues to be enjoying a surge in popularity, fed by Instagram’s greenery-inspired interior designs, plant-based podcasts, and online plant subscription services like Lazy Flora and Grounded. While social media trends are notorious for rapid flourish-and-fade lifecycles, indoor gardening may endure longer than most due to the various ways houseplants improve health and well-being. 1. URBAN JUNGLE DÉCOR IDEAS […]

Sustainable New Year’s Resolution

It’s a new year, and the writing is on the wall: This tumbling rock of a planet we call Home is not happy with us. Fires, floods, tornados, hurricanes, droughts, deep-freezes, heat bubble. Climate instability has gotten downright scary. The Earth is changing rapidly, and entire species of plants and animals are going extinct before […]

Ways to Go Green and Save Money

Introduction Sustainable, eco-friendly habits (and a few products) that will put some extra cash in your wallet. If you want to live more sustainably, don’t put too much pressure on yourself to change all of your habits overnight. Focus on making one smaller change at a time. So, with this list the top ways that […]