Open Your Eyes
Learn about the greatest threats to our planet – and ourselves – and what you can do to help.
The ocean is the most important part of humanity’s life support system. Oceans regulate climate, atmospheric and ocean chemistry, carbon, food supply and oxygen. Without the ocean, the evolution of life on Earth would not have begun 3.5 billion years ago.Read More
Fish are the first vertebrates on Earth and evolved into the diverse array of vertebrates you see today. Look back in your family tree, about 530 billion years ago, and there will be a prehistoric fish. Jawless fishes filled oceans, lakes and waterways 490 million years ago kickstarting vertebrate evolution…Read More
Save the Humans
In the next hundred years, we face a problem so large it threatens our species as well as every other. The battle ahead is the largest ever waged by humanity, against the greatest of adversaries – us. Biologists predict that we’re now in the midst of the sixth mass extinction. In this case, we as a species are to blame and…Read More
There’s no other planet like it. We’ve only got one. Other planets in our solar system have weather, ice and atmosphere, but the earth’s unique mixture of water and life make it one of a kind.Read More
Trees are a vital organ of our planet and our survival. Our forests control climate, cycle water, protect soil, store carbon, supply medicine and most importantly produce more than 40 percent of the world’s oxygen. Currently, trees cover approximately 31 percent of the earth. They are home to up to 90…Read More