A confused arctic hooded seal was rescued for the second time after swimming the wrong...
The scientist, Professor Ian Wilmut, who led the team that created Dolly the sheep has received a knighthood in the New Year Honours. His knighthood was awarded for services to science. Professor Ian Wilmut and researchers from the <a href=”http:
Coal and Nuclear Power Big Winners in New U.S. Budget
The White House has just released its proposed budget for 2009 and there are a few surprises. Image by Diliff For the past couple of weeks, sc
1% of Australia's Geothermal Energy = 26,0000 Years of Clean Electricity
Image: Energy Information Administration Just when we thought there were no more new fandangled ways of deriving energy from our shriveling planet, Australia comes up trumps.
Rent-A-Hybrid. Will It Work?
As gas prices in the U.S. Continue reading →
Lights Out For The Lightbulb
Stock up on your old light bulbs now, because soon they’ll be obsolete and worth a fortune! This is because a new super efficient light bulb is being developed.
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
Get the D@mn Government Out of the Way
Every month, I receive an Eco-Sense Update from Ann and Gord Baird. Canada is becoming more like America every day. Image by François Detemmerman The Bairds are build
80 Killed in Indonesian Landslides
On the third anniversary of the South Asian tsunami, Indonesia has been hit by extensive flooding, which has resulted in massive landslides in the central Java region. On Wednesday morning on the island of Java, the seasonal rains, along with high tide
How Your Story Can Help Preserve the World's Oceans
The Ocean Story Boat: Messages & stories from around the world in the campaign for a new Race for the Oceans