On July 20th 2007, the UK was hit by the worst flooding in over half a century. This...
White House Edits Environmental Report
The White House released a heavily edited version of written testimony by Dr. Julie L. Gerberding, director of the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, on health risks posed by global warming. The cuts made to the statement removed all the
Want to be greener? buy a massage, not a TV
Most people who are educated in the environmental cost of our modern lifestyles know that of the “reduce, re-use, recycle” mantra, it is the first action which is most important – the need to reduce the amount of resources we use overall. Now this nec
The exploding tree and the praying mantis
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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
First hand account of climate camp 2007
Our very own correspondent Mary King travels to Heathrow to support Climate Camp 2007.
Why You Should Eat Weeds
Want to save money on food? Take a look at what is growing on your lawn.
Beauty is in the Eye of the Pin Holder
Little Miss Muffet; Unless otherwise stated, all images courtesy of Willard Wigan Anyone who has lost a piece of work they have slaved over – a file erased forever, say – will know the word traumat
Dubai Special Offer: Get 25 Percent Off for Bugs On Food
Those of us dedicated to sustainable development and engaging new sources of food– especially those of us in America, where a Dollar won’t go as far as a Yen used to (yuk, yuk)– might want to get on the next plane to Dubai. Image by Yerf
Japanese Whalers Fight Surfing Protesters
Over 30 anti-whaling protesters, including “Heroes” star Hayden Panettiere, tussled with Japanese whalers off the coast of historic Japanese whaling town Taiji. The protesters, some of whom were on surfboards, left flowers at sea in a ceremony that was