Bob McNichol, blind since a 2005 explosion in an aluminum recycling center, believed he...
Grand Theft Magnolia: Brits Get Gardens Looted
Image from Wikimedia Commons We’ve already established my gardening bona f
Germany Wins War With Americans
Everything’s a competition, and this competition was no different. 20 teams from around the world competed last week for the title of ‘Best Solar-Powered Home’. The competition was the third Solar
First hand account of climate camp 2007
Our very own correspondent Mary King travels to Heathrow to support Climate Camp 2007.
Solar Tsunamis Filmed, Move Really Fast
I know that this comes as a shock, seeing as the sun is powered by the most powerful fusion reaction we can easily wrap our paltry little minds around, but the tsunamis of hot gas moving around its surface were filmed, and they move really, really fast.
Scarcity Will Mean Conflict
Climate change could be a massive national security threat that ends globalisation, according to national security experts. Leon Fuerth of George Washington University said global warming could lead to a new political model where scarcity of resour
Commercial whaling is evil. Iceland has woken up.
In a step greeted with relief by environmental campaigners, Iceland have announced that they will issue no new quotas for commercial whaling. Fisheries minister Einar K Guofinnsson said that “I will not issue a new quota until the market conditions for w
Microstate Environmental World Cup: Barbados vs. Grenada
Welcome back to Environmental Graffiti’s Microstate Environmental World Cup, the world’s most prestigious internet-based environmental competition for microstates. Barbados vs. Grenada We kicked off the island qualifying rounds last w
It would be great if biofuels provided a magic method for us to combat carbon emissions without changing our lifestyles, but sadly they don’t. Image via thoughts on global warming Impacts of adoption of biofuels on food prices are already … It would be gr
Universities Not Always Practicing What They Teach on CO2 Emissions
Although universities are generally hotbeds of criticism against global warming and emitters of greenhouse gases, some are suggesting that schools need to do much more to reduce their own carbon footprints as well. University College London