Two Siberian Tiger Cubs, one of the world’s most endangered species, have been born...
Air Pollution Deadlier Than A Car Accident
The ‘Green Cross Code’(think “look both ways before crossing the road” for our American readers), not exactly what it says on the tin, but a useful tool for navigating the modern transport system. But you are still more likely to die, just by
Fancy your own Hobbit Home?
By Emma Morton Dug into a hillside in a secluded part of Wales, Hobbit homes, or rather low impact woodland homes, are springing up all over the place thanks to the Lammas Project. This project is the first of its kind and aims to demo
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
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
São Paulo No Logo
This post has been sent to us by new contributor Emma Morton. If you feel like writing for us, drop us an email! For the past eight months, <a href=”http://www.flickr.com/p
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
The bigger picture of climate disaster
Post By Richard Graves. If you feel like writing for us, drop us an email! It is time to connect the dots. This year has seen more than our fair
Hazy idea? Ask Maria Energia.
Maria Surma Manka, a top expert in US environmental policy and green business answers your questions. If you have a niggling question or gap you need to be filled in on, feel free to drop us an email an
Arctic ice melt uncovers legendary sea route that connects Europe and Asia.
Explorers have searched for it for centuries and failed. However, it seems that now the Northwest Passage – a legendary sea route that connects Europe and Asia has been uncovered by one of the most unlikely culprits. No not archeologists, not scientists,