André Lanouette, 60, disturbed the bird as it snoozed peacefully - watching it open one eye to look at him before nodding back off.
The eastern-screen owl clearly didn’t want to be disturbed as it picked the perfect spot to get some shut-eye, camouflaging itself in the hollow of a tree.
Vegan Adele, 23, turns food waste into compost, makes her own toothpaste, cleans her home with vinegar and orange peel and uses pillow cases as shopping bags.
She uses coconut oil as a moisturiser and make-up remover and her toothbrush is bamboo.
The only stuff Adele has to throw away are razor
Pedestrians walk through Central Park during a snowstorm in New York.
An aerial view of San Francisco in October.
This shocking footage shows a British diver swimming through swathes of plastic rubbish off the coast of Bali.Richard Horner, 45, captured the dramatic images to highlight the ongoing threat of ocean pollution across the globe.He filmed himself swimming through the deluge of wrappers and bags alongside sea life off the
(Reuters) - Maersk Line, the world’s biggest container shipper, said on Wednesday four crew members were missing after one of its container vessels caught fire in the Arabian sea, while 23 crew members were safely evacuated.
Maersk Line said the crew of the vessel Maersk Honam sent out a distress
Waves crash over houses on Turner Rd. as a large coastal storm affects the area on March 2, 2018 in Scituate, Massachusetts.
Streets department worker James Ockimey clears a downed tree during a winter storm, Friday, March 2, 2018, in Marple Township, Pa.
And now there's a new and environmentally-friendly sanitary option on the block, as the world's first reusable tampon applicator was unveiled this week.
UK-based organic tampon company DAME created the product, simply known as D, to help women enjoy the comfort of an applicator without the plastic waste.
It uses "revolutionary" self-cleaning technology
THE Government could ban plastic drinking straws as early as this year, in a bid to clean up oceans and rivers.
Bars, pubs and restaurants would be forced to use environmentally friendly alternatives such as paper.
EU laws were thought to be holding Britain back from a ban, but Environment
ECCENTRIC TV presenter Noel Edmonds claims trees can TALK to each other up to 50 miles apart.
The former Noel’s House Party host, 69, says in Africa bushes turn “toxic” when giraffes eat them — and communicate to warn their tree pals.
He said: “It is just a fact. It
BRITAIN risks losing £5billion worth of defence contracts to France amid a looming EU trade war.
The two countries are bidding to sell fighter jets and other kit to Malaysia in a deal which would safeguard 20,000 jobs.
But the move has been thrown into jeopardy to ban imports of
We’re so good and so busy at cutting down trees that we can’t possibly make up for the forests we lose each year by replanting trees by hand.
However, smart drones could fix humanity’s major deforestation problem by planting trees cheaper and more efficiently than humans. These tree-planting drone
DENVER — Crumbling mine tunnels awash with polluted waters perforate the Colorado mountains and scientists may one day send robots creeping through the pitch-black passages to study the mysterious currents that sometimes burst to the surface with devastating effects.
One such disaster happened at the inactive Gold King Mine
New study cautions over controversial plan to combat climate change
As efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions fall woefully short and many scientists agree cuts alone will not be enough to avert the consequences of climate change, radical new schemes are being proposed.
Once considered far-fetched or even dangerous, ideas
Now you can pay money to swim in garbage.
Australian fashion brand Seapia has created a swimwear line made from recycled plastic, including bags, bottles and fishing nets — perfect for tree-hugging bikini babes.
“These plastics could have been collected from the very beaches on which you will be wearing the swimwear,”
EUROPEAN nations are hatching plans to start landing fish before they reach British waters if the UK tries to block access for EU trawlers after Brexit.
An EU diplomat told The Sun many species could be caught at a younger age in response to a complete ban.
Valuable fish such
MICROWAVES are as damaging to the environment as cars and users must be taught how to cook more efficiently, scientists say.
The ovens are responsible for 7.7million tons of the carbon dioxide pumped out from the EU each year — the equivalent of 6.8million cars.
Researchers say they are fuelling
Starbucks in London is going to start charging customers 5 pence (about 7 cents) for ordering their teas and coffee in a paper cup.
The chain will be trialing the scheme in its London cafes in a bid to get more people to use reusable ones.
Starbucks has 900 stores
ALL bosses should ban disposable plastic cups from offices, Theresa May declared yesterday.
The PM’s new green edict came as she launched her war on polluting plastic.
She unveiled the Government’s first 25-year plan for the environment and vowed it would “lead the way” by banishing any single-use plastics in
THERESA May has revealed she has put up boxes for birds, owls and bats in her garden to help do her bit as she reveals the Government’s radical plan for the environment.
The Prime Minister also vowed that Brexit will not lead to a lowering of standards in the
The de Blasio administration has filed a federal lawsuit against a handful of major oil companies for their role in climate change and its impact on New York City — particularly in the wake of Superstorm Sandy, city officials said on Wednesday.
That includes seeking reparations for damage and
AN oil tanker that caught fire after colliding with a freighter off China's east coast is at risk of exploding and sinking.
Fierce fires and poisonous gases have been engulfing the tanker and surrounding waters, Chinese media reports, hampering efforts to put the fire out.
Now experts fear the merchant
LANSING, Mich. — While the city of Flint still recovers from a lead-tainted water crisis, Michigan is scrambling to combat potential health risks in other tap water that stem from chemicals long used in firefighting, waterproofing, carpeting and other products.
Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, or PFAS, have been detected
NEW ORLEANS — Louisiana officials have chosen a sugar cane farm as the next home for residents of a tiny, shrinking island — a move funded with a 2016 federal grant awarded to help relocate communities fleeing the effects of climate change.
Dozens of Isle de Jean Charles residents
A PLASTIC toy from a Sugar Puffs box in 1958 has given a chilling warning on the impact of plastics in our ocean.
The miniature RMS Mauretania was given away as part of an advertising drive to boost sales in the 1950s.
But it has now washed up 59 years
ENVIRONMENT Secretary Michael Gove carries a throwaway coffee cup — after revealing his plans to increase recycling.
Mr Gove wants to tackle the growing plastic waste problem by cutting the use of single-use items such as straws and takeaway cups.
But just a day after outlining his plan he was
NEW recycling rules are set to simplify the nation’s bid to tackle plastic waste.
Government proposals aim to help almost eight million families whose councils refuse to pick up “everyday plastics” for recycling.
Environment Secretary Michael Gove told the Daily Mail he wants to make all councils recycle the same
Environmental officials in North Carolina are working to find out what’s behind a pungent smell wafting through one town that some say reeks like cat urine – with fuzzy feelings not included.
More than a dozen residents in Wilmington alerted the state’s Department of Environmental Quality after picking up