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Australians Are the Worst in the World
Australia has been named the world’s worst polluter in a new global ranking list. The list was posted on the Carbon Monitoring for Action (Carma) website and looked at over 50,000 power stations worldwide to determine its rankings. The list ranked
Plastic bottles - are they really safe?
A statement given six months ago by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) stated that human exposure to a key chemical used in modern plastics, bisphenol A (BPA) was well within safety limits and posed no immediate health risks, despite previous links
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Every week we are offering you the chance to submit all of your niggling or frustrating questions about ethical business and environmental policy to Maria Surma Manka – a top expert in US environmental policy
Man and Pet Bear Go On the Run
image by Petra Karstedt A man was charged with violating India’s wildlife laws after he ran off with his pet bear, despite local police demands. The story began when
And the New Potential Cancer Causing Agent Is......... Nanotechnology!
Nanotechnology, the science of working with or creating materials 1 nanometer(a billionth of a meter) large, holds amazing promise for the future, but some studies are suggesting some of these tiny particles can be added to the long list of items that cau
BBC: it's not our job to save the planet
Plans to show a TV special on climate change have been scrapped by the BBC under fighting over impartiality. Senior BBC executives protested about the plans for “Planet Relief” which would devote a full day to programmes about the environment, claimin
Vultures Signal Impending Doom for Kentucky Governor
In what hopefully is not a commentary on anyone’s political career, nearly 500 Back Vultures have taken up winter residence at the Governor’s mansion in Kentucky.
11 Green Technologies That Vanished Like a Thief in The Night
This is a guest post by Adam Vaughan, editor of CNET’s SmartPlanet. Adam also co-founded Hippyshopper, the UK’s first green consumer blog and launched Newconsumer.com Image by: Shayan Remember how Nokia’s next hipster phone would be 100
Solar Tsunamis Filmed, Move Really Fast
I know that this comes as a shock, seeing as the sun is powered by the most powerful fusion reaction we can easily wrap our paltry little minds around, but the tsunamis of hot gas moving around its surface were filmed, and they move really, really fast.