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Commercial whaling is evil. Iceland has woken up.
In a step greeted with relief by environmental campaigners, Iceland have announced that they will issue no new quotas for commercial whaling. Fisheries minister Einar K Guofinnsson said that “I will not issue a new quota until the market conditions for w
“The largest man-made environmental catastrophe”
The annual conference of the Royal Geographical Society was rocked yesterday by the announcement by an international team of scientists that arsenic contamination in drinking water is “the largest identified man-made environmental catastrophe”. A present
Major Shift as US Moves to Cap Emissions
The United States is undergoing a radical political shift on the environment with the first approval of a bill to cap greenhouse gas emissions. The approval by a Senate subcommittee means the bill will be debated by the Environment and Public Works
Strange Hooded Guardians Appear All Over Europe
The eerie and powerful Guardians of Time and Light in the art of Manfred Kielnhofer.
There comes a time in every girl’s life when she has to say good-bye to her well loved appliances. But now, there is a way to ease the pain and loss – recycle! Oh Yes! All defunct and damaged sex toys, especially vibrators, can (n
China to clean its act up
After a series of health warnings and recalls about Chinese-made products, China has agreed to clamp down on the use of illegal chemicals. Sun Zhengcai, Chinese Minister of Agriculture, told consumers that they had no reason to fear
Stonehenge for Hillbillies
Photo: Image: Wandjproductions A quick glance at the silhouette of this place, and you might think it was some kind of druidic destination. You wouldn’t be far wrong either – if your idea of a deity is Henry Ford, and … Continue reading
Win Some Great Prizes Courtesy of Tom’s of Maine!
We investigate Tom’s of Maine’s Wicked Fresh new product range – and if you enter our competition, you can too!
Heathrow Expansion Likely to Go Ahead
The controversial plan to expand Heathrow airport appears to be going ahead as ministers are launching a public consultation on the project. Transport Secretary Ruth Kelly will begin the three month consultation as well as publish a recently completed