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Are Your Shoes Green?
Let me make this clear: as long as you’re walking someplace that you could have taken your car, probably. But what about on a global scale? Are those superfly Nikes you’re sporting hurti
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
First Shots Fired in War Over Japanese Whaling?
Have the first shots been fired in the war over whaling? The SSCS ship Robert Hunter before its transformation into the Steve Irwin. Photo by Alpha</a
The Subterranean Iron Snow of Mercury
Image from edhiker Mercury, which has the most unusual magnetic field that you can imagine, has been baffling astronomers ever since they first took note of it. Something is odd about the small
Mastodon Genome Surrenders its Secrets
Newly extracted DNA from the tooth of a Mastodon has led to some fascinating insights into evolutionary history. Evolutionary biologist at the Max Plank Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig, Germany pieced together the first mastodon mitoch
Incredible Shots of Towering Billboards From Below
Branislav’s photographs of billboards are hauntingly perfect. Who knew billboards could be something out of a ’70s space film?
Man and Pet Bear Go On the Run
image by Petra Karstedt A man was charged with violating India’s wildlife laws after he ran off with his pet bear, despite local police demands. The story began when
Science: We Were Wrong, And We Can't Explain This
As so often happens in research, years and years of effort have been expended operating under the assumption that the sea sponge is the animal at the base of the “tree of life”, only to find out that that assumption is completely wrong. Image
Busted: how an apartment in China became the scene of the largest haul of leopard pelts since records began.
China’s State Forestry Administration raided an apartment in the West of China last month. The contents were shocking to say the least… 27 snow leopard pelts were seized – these are some of the most endangered cats, highlighting the volatile environmen