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Beijing Goes Big Brother on the Water Supply
The Chinese government has undertaken new measures to monitor Beijing’s water supply in the run-up to the 2008 Olympics. A Beijing area wastewater treatment plant The city has promised to protect the water supply and to install cutting-e
Scientists Need More Research on Climate Change and Oceanic Life
image via wikipedia Many scientists have claimed that there must be more research focused on the consequences of climate change to marine environments. Specialists n
Mysterious Human Cocoons Appear in Valencia
Image: <a href=”http://images.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/a/a4/Hemispheric_-_Valencia,_Spain_-_Jan_2007.jpg/800px-Hemispheric_-_Valencia,_Spain_-_Jan_2007.jpg&imgrefurl=http://commons.wikimedia
How Clean Power Could Be The Answer
The answer isn’t to tax pollution – but to cut it out altogether. The best way to do that is by using renewable energy.
Are Your Shoes Green?
Let me make this clear: as long as you’re walking someplace that you could have taken your car, probably. But what about on a global scale? Are those superfly Nikes you’re sporting hurti
Amazon Whale Dies
The minke whale that was lost deep in the Amazon river system has died. Residents spotted the whale carcass in the river on Tuesday. The body was found some two hours by boat from the city of Sa
The City that Just Said No to Nuclear
Some 30 years ago, I lived in the small city of Peterborough, Ontario, Canada. Freiburg, Germany. Photo by CrazyD At that time, Ontario Hydro wan
Britain Announces New Nuclear Power Sites
UK Business Secretary John Hutton has announced plans for a new generation of nuclear power stations to be built across Britain. He made his announcement to British MPs yesterday, ending the speculation over the Labour government’s new energy plans
Japanese Whalers Fight Surfing Protesters
Over 30 anti-whaling protesters, including “Heroes” star Hayden Panettiere, tussled with Japanese whalers off the coast of historic Japanese whaling town Taiji. The protesters, some of whom were on surfboards, left flowers at sea in a ceremony that was