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Major Shift as US Moves to Cap Emissions
The United States is undergoing a radical political shift on the environment with the first approval of a bill to cap greenhouse gas emissions. The approval by a Senate subcommittee means the bill will be debated by the Environment and Public Works
Report: Weather Disasters Have Increased 400%
Weather related disasters have increased 4-fold since 1980, according to a report published by Oxfam on Sunday. Oxfam attributed the increase to global warming. The number of storms went from an average of around 120 disasters a year in the earl
Green Exercise is Good for Mental Health
Research study shows exercise outdoors could improve mood.
Will The United States Be a Climate Leader at Bali?
Read more about the youth climate movement at It’s Getting Hot in Here – dispatches from the Youth Climate Movement or an expanded essay at Celsias.
How China Holds The Environment In The Palm Of Its Hand
Paying a carbon tax might do some good – but not if China continues to pollute at the right that it does presently.
Cholera Fears as Mexican Flooding Worsens
As flooding continued over almost all the Mexican Gulf coast state of Tabasco, officials fear a disease epidemic. Officials fear cholera and other waterbourne diseases may run rampant. Military trucks distributed food, clothing, and bottled water to vi
It's Not Easy Being A Green Mayor
By new contributor Marguerite Manteau Rao. If you feel like writing for us, drop us an email! On November 1st and 2nd, a group of 100 mayors fr
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
Korean Government Seeks Arrest Warrants for Oil Spill Captains
South Korea will seek to prosecute the captains of the ships involved in the country’s wors