Photo: RevolverOcelot Images of gore that would make an axe murderer proud are not the...
Legalised Shark Massacre in Ecuador
Sharks are evil right? They have pretty big teeth and jet black eyes. They can detect one drop of blood in 25 gallons of water and with one bite they can tear you in half. Remember Jaws? He was pretty damn ugly. Yes he was. The fact is though, how many sh
Peak Oil...are we F@*&*d? Or are we just being alarmist?
As we all know oil is finite. There’s a limited supply. Most nations in fact have already reached their peak. Texan oil drills used to pump tons of the black stuff every day; now it is barely trickle. The peak oil theory suggests that there’ll
Animals Menace Photographers
Photo: Günter Leitenbauer On the one hand, being a wildlife photographer sounds like the greatest job in the world. Travelling to far-flung destinations in search of a
São Paulo No Logo
This post has been sent to us by new contributor Emma Morton. If you feel like writing for us, drop us an email! For the past eight months, <a href=”http://www.flickr.com/p
New Goldrush in Chile Causes Huge Environmental Damage
This extremely interesting video exposes the truth behind our jewelry. Much like the film “Blood Diamond” the cost of mining gold (like diamonds), is at the expense of the people and the environment. Agriculture in the valley, is dependent on
The Real Nosferatu – scientists claim that fruit bats are the cause of the deadly viruses Marburg and Ebola.
We’ve all seen it in horror movies, the archetypal black bat, who suddenly morphs into human form, retaining its sharp teeth, lunging for and infecting its victim. The truth unfortunately, is just as horrifying. Scientists claim that a specific type of
Indonesia wants to profit from their destruction of natural peatlands
The world’s peatlands are believed to store at least 42 billion tonnes of soil carbon. This would usually remain in the soil. However, human activity can result in it being released. Dutch research institute Wetlands International estimates that nearl
High-Speed Underwater Photography
All photos courtesy and copyright of © David Neff Like humans, commonplace cultural objects can seem strange when viewed out of their familiar environment – or in some cases appear all th
Environmental Burials: a Step Too Far?
Deciding how a friend or relative would want their body to be treated after their death is one of the most difficult and emotional decisions that most people have to make, and whilst attempting to figure out how best to follow “What he would have wante