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Australians Are the Worst in the World
Australia has been named the world’s worst polluter in a new global ranking list. The list was posted on the Carbon Monitoring for Action (Carma) website and looked at over 50,000 power stations worldwide to determine its rankings. The list ranked
Scientists Now Know Whale Pick-Up Lines
Australian scientists have begun to decode the humpback whale’s communication system and can now identify male pick-up lines and warnings from mothers. Scientists discovered at least 34 different whale calls over three years of research. University of
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
Friends of the Earth: "Yes! G4 World Trade Talks Collapsed."
Friends of the Earth welcomed the collapse of the G4 world trade negotiations in Potsdam, Germany on 21st June. The current proposals would have further impoverished the world’s poorest people and caused irreparable damage to the environment. Friend
Are Whales with Santa Hats the Key to New Stroke Treatments?
Scientists in California have completed a study on marine mammals’ ability to function without oxygen for long periods of time, and their results may have impl
Scientists Recreate Neanderthal Voices
Thanks to some very complex research and a computer synthesizer, scientists have obtained a rough estimation of what a <a href=”http://media.newscientist.com/data/images/ns/av/d
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
Termite Guts: Our Energy Future?
Could termites be humanity’s answer to the quest for efficient biofuels? According to researchers at the Department of Energy, they may be.
The exploding tree and the praying mantis
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