7,000,000,000 – The number of people who will depend on the ocean for their food in...
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
Ephemeral Snapshots of Solar Eclipses
The solar eclipse with diamond ring effect as seen from Bangladesh Image: Lutfar Rahman Nirjhar Thoug
Neo-Nazis Murder Environmentalist
An environmentalist was murdered yesterday, when a group of environmental activists were attacked by neo-Nazis in Siberia. The activists were protesting outside the Angarsk Electrolysis Chemical Plant near Lake Baikal when the attack occurred. The
“Carbone” neutral. Italian islands want to make history by going oil and coal-free.
Mario Tozzi, chief of the Tuscan Archipelago National Park made an interesting proposal the other day. Why not make his small group of islands off the Tuscan coast stand out in history as the first that went oil and coal free? “It would be the first
Wild Weather - Wet in England, Sizzling in the Continent
The weather has officially gone crazy. Everywhere. In Gloucester, where they had a month’s worth of rain in an hour. In Beverly, where the same thing happened a few weeks ago. In Hungary, where 500 have died from heatstroke. And in Greece, where hund
Monsters of Taxidermy - what's your opinion?
Environmental Graffiti stumbled across this picture. Instead of writing the usual article we thought *actually* we’d like to know what your opinion is. Why don’t you give us a piece of your mind – the best answer will be published on the
Monster spider web discovered in Texas
It looks like something out of Harry Potter, but a real monster spider’s web has been found in Lake Tawakoni State Park in Texas, USA. Apparently the web, stretching 180 metres, is the result of millions of spiders working together, to the mystifica
Top 4 Travel Tips for a Green Summer
Summer is here and everyone’s off on holiday. Here are a few ways to reduce your carbon footprint without ruining your holiday. 1. Don’t go abroad. I know, the weather ain’t great, but Britain can be pretty spectacular. There a
Time to choose: whales, or US national security?
In the US there are fears that the use of sonar equipment is having an adverse effect on whales. Environmental campaigners have traced a problem of disorientated, stranded whales back to noise pollution from sonar. The Inter-agency Committee on Marin