Archive for December, 2012


December 30th, 2012

Hello Greenzoners, 2012 soon will be over. 😉

Do you have any eco-related new year’s resolutions? Share them with us in comments!

GzPhoto Contest finished!

December 29th, 2012

Hello Greenzoners! Thanks to everyone who participated in GzPhoto Contest – we had lot of fun watching all these great pictures and we hope you had as well.
Also, thanks for voting!

The winner is… Romici! And he won an iPod Shuffle and his picture on our timeline. 🙂 Congratulations!

Winning picture by Romici - GZ Photo

Second and place belongs to Olecika, who gets Greenzoner t-shirt!

GzPhoto picture - 2nd place
…and the on the third place there is Ssman who gets Greenzoner t-shirt!

Also, the users who voted the most will receive t-shirts as well. The most active voter among them is Alexinfernal, who voted 166 times! Wow! 😀

GzPhoto 3rd place

Thank you very much for taking part, and see you in next contest!

Keep green!

GzPhoto winner announcement

December 29th, 2012

Greenzoners, this evening we are announcing the winners of GzPhoto! Get your last chance to vote!

Also, for those, who don’t have an account – Christmas tree is still hidden somewhere on our website 🙂


Hello Greenzoners! Christmas is technically almost over… but we thank for staying with us during this magical time!

christmas tree

We wish you everything good in your life – health, abundance, lots of love and friendship. May you always live your lives with the people you love and may the good fortune always lead on your way.

We wish you green, healthy environment and safe Earth and many more GzDays with us and with Greenzoner. Many prizes, luck in contests, and a good time.
Merry Christmas!
And for those who don’t celebrate Christmas – many happy moments in your life and may all your dreams come true.

-Greenzoner Team

Hello there Greenzoners!

Antarctica 1

One of the largest shelves of Antarctica is called Larsen B – and in a period of over 35 years it has lost over 2000 square kilometers and it’s still declining, mostly because of rising temperature. Antarctica consists of more than 2/3 of Earth’s freshwater supply, which makes ocean levels to rise .


Scientists are aware that the warming of Antarctica may affect the population of penguins, whose homes and habitats are being threatened.


Pictures by National Geographic.

Oops ;)

December 21st, 2012

End of the world

Paradise falls

Another beautiful piece of nature.

By the way, any of you Greenzoner believe that the world is going to end? 😉