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An Environmental Whodunnit: Who killed the DSCOVR climate project?
Something seems rotten in the state of Maryland. Somewhere in Maryland is box containing a $120 million satellite called the Deep Space Climate Observatory (DSCOVR). It is ready to go
Npower plans to commence destruction of Thrupp Lake
Energy supplier npower announced today that preliminary work at the Radley Lakes site in Oxfordshire would commence on 10th September, but conceded that work “would be reviewed” following the results of the ongoing inquiry due in the autumn. The site h
Plastic bottles - are they really safe?
A statement given six months ago by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) stated that human exposure to a key chemical used in modern plastics, bisphenol A (BPA) was well within safety limits and posed no immediate health risks, despite previous links
Epidemic threatens Mediterranean dolphins
It has been a difficult summer for the Mediterranean. As we reported a few weeks ago, its beaches have been plagued by swarms of jellyfish<
Baiji, aka yangtze river dolphin back from extinction
Earlier this month Environmental Graffiti reported on the extinction of the baiji dolphin, native to the Yangtze River in China. The dolphin was declared extinct after researchers conducted a comp
WWF to sue: UK government funds environmentally destructive business ventures
The World Wildlife Fund, in partnership with the environmental and social justice organisation, the Corner House, is to sue a UK government department over financial support for a Russian gas project which threatens a rare species of whale.
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
Treehugger.com Sold for a Cool $10 Million
Treehugger.com, began in 2004 as an environmental blog and grew to include forums, green lifestyle guides and web 2.0 projects such as hugg. The site is extremely popular and is ran
“Carbone” neutral. Italian islands want to make history by going oil and coal-free.
Mario Tozzi, chief of the Tuscan Archipelago National Park made an interesting proposal the other day. Why not make his small group of islands off the Tuscan coast stand out in history as the first that went oil and coal free? “It would be the first