El uso de las cámaras trampas esta muy extendido y supone un gran recurso para grabar naturaleza de forma no invasiva. Tanto si las usamos por diversión o como herramienta de estudio, gracias a ellas seremos capaces de observar comportamientos que serian imposibles de otro modo.
Camera traps are a great resource to record nature in a non-invasive way. It doesn't matter if you use them for fun or for research, these automatic cameras can help us learn about certain behaviours that we would not be able to witness otherwise.
EGlass is one of the everyday materials with the best recycling system. It is possible to reuse and recycle it as many times as necessary, without losing its characteristics or properties. It is estimated that, by recycling glass, we save 30-40% of energy compared to the first time it was obtained. But what do we... Continue Reading →
Recycling involves subjecting a used material to a process that will allow that material to be reused. It is part of a circular transformation whereby waste is converted into raw material to manufacture new products. However, not all products are recyclable, or can be recycled infinitely. In this post I will explain, in a summarized... Continue Reading →
If you take your time to stop and look around, you will realize that we live surrounded by plastic. Basically, we are surrounded by a lot of things that aren't really necessary or that you can replace with more durable ones. In fact, on many occasions, making simple changes and slightly modifying our routine, can... Continue Reading →
More than eight billion tons of plastic have been manufactured since its production began in 1950. However, only 9% of the plastic produced has been recycled, 12% of it has been incinerated and the remaining 79% has ended up in landfills or in the environment ( one million actions against plastic, Greenpeace ). Environmentally speaking,... Continue Reading →
Summer is the perfect time to relax and read a book, and, as a huge fan of nature photography and filmmaking, I decided to share some of my favorite books with you. Some of them are tips and tricks to develop your filming skills, while others are focused on the stories and anecdotes of the people in the industry.
Now that being green is trendy and everybody is talking about the infamous plastic, I am opening my blog with a small section that will be dedicated to explain what is plastic, where it comes from, what impacts does it have on the planet and what can we do to reduce our impact. This is... Continue Reading →