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Masked Gunmen Attack Amazon Tribe
Image by CIR/Survival The moment masked gunman opened fire on Indian tribespeople in Brazil was captured in extraordinary footage released last week by human rights groups.
As magazines and fashion houses strive to capture ever more striking images, traditional photography settings are being pushed to the limit – underwater fashion shoots have become increasingly popular in recent years and some of the results are simp
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Carbon Trading "Swear Jar"
A grassroots environmental movement is using a new weapon in the fight against carbon emissions: peer pressure. A CRAG, or Carbon Rationing Action Group, is a community-based group that aims to help members first calculate their personal carbon emi
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?
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
BBC: it's not our job to save the planet
Plans to show a TV special on climate change have been scrapped by the BBC under fighting over impartiality. Senior BBC executives protested about the plans for “Planet Relief” which would devote a full day to programmes about the environment, claimin
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
King Coal Strikes Back
This may be a bit of old news, but then again I think that delusion of a grand scale deserves to be called out from time to time. Photo by Stephen Codrington I th