Save the Rainforests!

April 28th, 2015 Posted in plants, world | 4 Comments » Make sure you like EcoJoes on Facebook to stay updated on green ways to save money and help the environment. Just click the "like" button below. Muchas gracias!

If you have 5 minutes, I recommend this motion-picture about saving the rainforests. Share it with your friends (and enemies, too).

Time Lapse Proof of Crazy Ice Loss

November 9th, 2009 Posted in eco hero, global warming, science, water, world | No Comments » Make sure you like EcoJoes on Facebook to stay updated on green ways to save money and help the environment. Just click the "like" button below. Muchas gracias!


Man, it’s been a busy as heck couple of months. First, I’ve been busy with a brand new job, developing the web software of tomorrow, today.

Second, I just yesterday got back from mi luna de miel. What with that and helping with wedding planning, my life was purty dang busy.

Anyhoo, enough about me. What I bring to you today is a good video from TED Talks showing time lapse proof of extreme ice loss.

James Balog, a photographer, founded the Extreme Ice Survey to capture the changing glaciers by time-lapse photography and video. His goal is to show everyone visual proof of just how fast glaciers are melting.

Without any further ado, I bring to you his talk.

World Maps: Eco-footprint, CO2 emissions, and more

October 9th, 2008 Posted in eco footprint, world | No Comments » Make sure you like EcoJoes on Facebook to stay updated on green ways to save money and help the environment. Just click the "like" button below. Muchas gracias!



Dang, I found a pretty cool site that lets you choose what to rank different countries by (armed forces spending, CO2 emissions, eco-footprint, nuclear power produced, etc.), and it’ll generate a map that changes the size of the countries depending on where they rank in the different categories.

If that last paragraph didn’t make no sense, you’ll see what I’m trying to explain if you just go to their site. Forilla, even if you aren’t interested in environmental mess, you’ll still think this map-generator is pretty dang cool, if I do say so myself.