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UN: "desertification could displace 50 million people." Environmental Disaster?
Within the next ten years fifty million people could be driven from their homes by expanding deserts, particularly in sub-Saharan Africa and Central Asia, a report says. The study by the United Nations University, produced by more than 200 experts from 25
Peak Oil...are we F@*&*d? Or are we just being alarmist?
As we all know oil is finite. There’s a limited supply. Most nations in fact have already reached their peak. Texan oil drills used to pump tons of the black stuff every day; now it is barely trickle. The peak oil theory suggests that there’ll
UN Climate Chief Skeptical about Global Carbon Tax. Why? Well it would cost $100 billion a year for starters!
The head of the U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change Yvo de Boer said on Wednesday “I personally am skeptical on the notion of global carbon taxes.” The very same official however, claimed that taxes on a national level, as well as laws cappi
Keep warm this winter without costing the earth
As the nights draw in and getting up in the morning becomes more and more of a struggle, turning your heating up to full blast and snuggling up in front of the fire can be very tempting. But as winter beckons, your heating bill will be set to soar,
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
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
Go green and save money
Many people want to do their bit for the environment, but without having to give up their car, build a wind farm or venture no further than Skegness for the next 50 years. Making massive changes to your
China to clean its act up
After a series of health warnings and recalls about Chinese-made products, China has agreed to clamp down on the use of illegal chemicals. Sun Zhengcai, Chinese Minister of Agriculture, told consumers that they had no reason to fear
Figure it out - the environmental facts
7,000,000,000 – The number of people who will depend on the ocean for their food in the next 18 years.