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Wake Up, Generation Clueless!
In the USA, there seems to be a strange obsession with New York Times columnists from their lofty perch to denigrate the youth climate movement as quiet, timid, or dare I say it…apathetic. I guess as young people we just don’t quite get the ma
Is China too Dirty for the Olympics?
Last night China presented a dazzling display of fireworks and acrobatics to a crowd of 10,000 people as part of the official welcoming ceremony for next year’s Olympic games to be hosted in Beijing. Held in Tiananmen Square, notorious for the 1989 tr
Los Angeles After the Apocalypse
All images courtesy of David Maisel The work of David Maisel is haunting in its stark simplicity, despite and because of its expansive breadth of focus. Yet while many of his projects have taken a bi
Mobula Ray Bursts from the Waves
Photo: nbonzey Off the coast of Mexico’s Baja peninsula, a Mobula Ray bursts from the swell with breathtaking beauty, catching air as its whip-like tail trails behind. The expr
British Travelers Produce Twice As Much Noxious Wind As Americans
By Robert Knox, new Editor of Environmental Graffiti As an American abroad, I can count on several things always being true. One, nobody cares about baseball but me. Two, I will be unable to find decent peanut butter. Last but
Snails Trailing Beneath the Skin of the Water
Image: photographyfun Snails are creatures that provoke quite extreme reactions in humans: often either disgust or culinary desires. But these slimy creatures actually deserve our respect a
Treehugger.com Sold for a Cool $10 Million
Treehugger.com, began in 2004 as an environmental blog and grew to include forums, green lifestyle guides and web 2.0 projects such as hugg. The site is extremely popular and is ran
UK opposition finally taking climate change seriously
Liberal Democrat party published a groundbreaking blueprint for climate change reform yesterday, to the relief of environmentalists who finally see a mainstream political party giving green issues the attention they deserve. Party Leader Sir Menzies Ca
Greenpeace hijack power plant!
Greenpeace, the environmental campaign group, have hijacked a power station in Kent. Their takeover was spurred by the prime minister’s decision to approve the UK’s first coal plant in over three decades. At the dead of night, fifty Greenpeacers l