The cyclical nature of the world has been expounded upon over the centuries by...
First hand account of climate camp 2007
Our very own correspondent Mary King travels to Heathrow to support Climate Camp 2007.
Dubai Special Offer: Get 25 Percent Off for Bugs On Food
Those of us dedicated to sustainable development and engaging new sources of food– especially those of us in America, where a Dollar won’t go as far as a Yen used to (yuk, yuk)– might want to get on the next plane to Dubai. Image by Yerf
Biofuel Racing Hits Atlanta
Photo: Brent Hensarling The flag dropped this month on the first-ever clean, green motorsports racing series at Road Atlanta’s 11th Annual Petit le Mans. That’s right. Green racing. Eco-conscious and a hell of a lot faster than prototype solar
Scientists Recreate Neanderthal Voices
Thanks to some very complex research and a computer synthesizer, scientists have obtained a rough estimation of what a <a href=”http://media.newscientist.com/data/images/ns/av/d
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
Germany Wins War With Americans
Everything’s a competition, and this competition was no different. 20 teams from around the world competed last week for the title of ‘Best Solar-Powered Home’. The competition was the third Solar
The "Lost Brittlestar City" of Antartica
Image from laszio-photo The world record for the fastest a human can swim as a matter of fact, is just over 5 miles an hour. I explain that as a way of proving that there are sea stars th
UK Government-Sponsored Massacre!
In a move criticised as biased, scientist Sir David King has advised the UK government that they should cull badger populations in an attempt to prevent the spread of tuberculosis among cattle, disregarding evidence that such a move is unworkable.
Britain Readies Itself for Future Jellyfish Attacks
After a massive swarm of mauve stinger jellyfish wiped out £1 million worth of salmon in a Northern Ireland fish farm, the British government has launched <a href=”http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/2008/jan/13/animalbehaviour.jellyfish?gusrc=rss&