Archive for November, 2012

New contests and prizes ahead!

November 28th, 2012

Hi Greenzoners! We’re glad that you are voting and submitting your pictures for gzPhoto Contest. Also, thanks to everyone who took part in latest Invitations Giveaway! 🙂
But this is not over – we are moving forward, so stay tuned for another contests that will be launched in a short time. New contest means new prizes, so keep on your toes, and keep green! 😀

Nature vs. Civilisation

November 27th, 2012
Great one! Anyone know the artist? 🙂

Hello Greenzoners! 🙂


Recently, a new discovery on the coast of New Zealand proved our little knowledge about ocean depths. The rarest whale known to the humanity was seen for the first time after very long time (more…)

Beautiful Patagonia

November 25th, 2012

Patagonia, Argentina
Patagonia, Argentina
Photo by Carlos Montalbano

Do it yourself: Paper Cut Lamp

November 24th, 2012

Hi Greenzoners! As we spoke about recycling paper and light bulbs, we found something interesting.
Here is the instruction how to make nice paper cut lamp.
Enjoy! 🙂

Something to think about

November 21st, 2012

The Fence

According to the new studies by the USGS, streams are more vulnerable to urban development than it was previously thought. Growing and spreading inhabited areas lead to the indirect contamination of nearby streams. As scientists claim, “streams are not only water – they are communities of aquatic life”. And, because of pollution, important and sensitive aquatic species living in the streams die out.


What do you think about it, dear Greenzoners?

Ecuador fall

Hello Greenzoners!

Himalayas Bhutan

Geology professor and scientist, Summer Rupper recently stated that the progressing global warming is affecting the Himalayas.
Yes – the highest mountains in the world are suffering from rising temperature, which leads to the shrinking of glaciers by melting, – leading to huge amounts of water coming down from the mountains. (more…)

Hi Greenzoners! We recommend you to watch interesting documentary about water supplies and their quality in United States, directed by Vice, the creator of absorbing, witty and easy to watch documentaries. 😉

To watch go here