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Batman Defeated By New Villian: Deadly Pollution
Batman is known for his near invincibility , but the Dark Knight was defeated recently in Hong Kong, by a nasty batch of polluted water. Filmmakers were in the area to shoot a scene for upcoming Batman flick The Dark Knight. The scene c
Volunteer Travel: Vacations That Make a Difference
Ever dream of just packing a bag and taking off to parts unknown? Have aspirations of doing good while traveling like celebrities often do? Here are a few ideas…
Even Toads Get Stiff!
Cane toads are one of Australia’s most omnipresent and annoying species of vermin. Recently, however, it was discovered that the toads pay a price for spreading so widely and rapidly: arthritis. A recent study discovered that the toads that jump th
First hand account of climate camp 2007
Our very own correspondent Mary King travels to Heathrow to support Climate Camp 2007.
Stop & Search I-Spy
As the Camp for Climate Action at Heathrow Airport warms up for a 24-hour mass demonstration this Sunday, organisers are anticipating trouble from the police.
Lynx Not Licked Yet
Scientists in Spain reported finding a previously unknown population of the world’s rarest cat, the Iberian lynx The discovery raises the number of populations from two to three. According to the WWF, the new population is located in the Castile l
British Travelers Produce Twice As Much Noxious Wind As Americans
By Robert Knox, new Editor of Environmental Graffiti As an American abroad, I can count on several things always being true. One, nobody cares about baseball but me. Two, I will be unable to find decent peanut butter. Last but
City Council Spends $120,000 to Move Four Newts
Local government officials in Britain recently spent £60,000($120,000) to move four newts from a building site on a school’s grounds. Image by Christian Fischer Four G