India’s Guryul Ravine in the embattled Kashmir region is the site of one of the...
Maria Energia to answer all your niggling questions!
Environmental Graffiti is teaming up with MariaEnergia! We are offering you the chance to submit all of your niggling
Friends of the Earth retracts BSkyB bid
On Tuesday, we reported about Friends of the Earth’s bid to become BSkyB’s charity partner, which caused controversy within the environmental orga
Stonehenge for Hillbillies
Photo: Image: Wandjproductions A quick glance at the silhouette of this place, and you might think it was some kind of druidic destination. You wouldn’t be far wrong either – if your idea of a deity is Henry Ford, and … Continue reading
Ship Emissions Cause 60,000 Deaths a Year
Simmons blogs at Thoughts on Global Warming.
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
Introducing the Smallest Car in the World
Photo: fauxto digit What to get the man who has everything – the world’s smallest car. That is if he’s not one of those blokes who associates the size of his car to the size of his precious jewels. Photo: … Continue reading Photo: fauxto digit What to get
Group Attempts to Stop the Wholesale Slaughter of Bad Omens in Italy
In popular media, especially the ever-popular Mafia movie genre, Italy is often stereotyped as a country engulfed in tradition and violence. Today, however, a group of citizens have banded together to fight a common instance of violence that is be
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
Mushroom Making, Thai Style
Last night we drove past our friend’s house (our closest neighbour is 1km away) to see a forest fire encroaching on his doorstep. Image by John Dal