Earlier this month Environmental Graffiti reported on the extinction of the baiji...
Fancy your own Hobbit Home?
By Emma Morton Dug into a hillside in a secluded part of Wales, Hobbit homes, or rather low impact woodland homes, are springing up all over the place thanks to the Lammas Project. This project is the first of its kind and aims to demo
Now you can grow plastic in a field. Environmental Godsend?
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Endangered Tiger Cubs Born in Romania
Two Siberian Tiger Cubs, one of the world’s most endangered species, have been born in a zoo in Romania. The cubs, Lenuta and Costel were born to six year old Gina and her mate Geo. They now weigh three kilos each. Siberian Tigers are perilously clos
It’s a nice day for a green wedding
Green weddings are big business nowadays. With the average cost of that special day in the region of £16,000, more and more couples are saying “I do” in the most lavish of surroundings. But, with the rise o
The cost of climate change: £11.7bn
Yesterday the Taxpayers Alliance released the first audit of environmental taxation in the UK, claiming that the government is “raising £10 billion more from green taxes than [is] required to cover cost of UK’s carbon footprint”. According to the l
Amsterdam From Above
Image: harry.kontos Amsterdam, ah Amsterdam. City of red lights, amber-hued beers, and green, green grass; a city much less in need of traffic lights than most owing to its winding
Arctic Foxes Are Better Savers Than You
A new study has found that arctic foxes store eggs for up to a year to protect against lean times. The study of arctic foxes in Karrak Lake in the Nunavut territory of northern Canada found evidence of foxes stashing between 2,000 and 3,000 goose eggs
Lunar Clock for the Olympics
Above image © Mark Glean London hopes to be the proud owner of the world’s first tidal-powered lunar clock. Set to be built for the 2012 Olympics, the clock hopes to be a focal point for the
Miracle GM Plants Stuffed With Rabbit Genes Mutate Into Toxic Vacuum Cleaner
A new batch of genetically modified plants are poised to cause controversy throughout the environmental community. A group of University of Washington scientists have created a poplar tree that can rapidly clean contaminated groundwater and soil, b