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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
12 Hottest Links of the Week
Twelve über-cool links from around the web, hand-selected for your delectation!
White House Edits Environmental Report
The White House released a heavily edited version of written testimony by Dr. Julie L. Gerberding, director of the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, on health risks posed by global warming. The cuts made to the statement removed all the
Hazy idea? Ask Maria Energia.
Every week we are offering you the chance to submit all of your niggling or frustrating questions about ethical business and environmental policy to Maria Surma Manka – a top expert in US environmental policy
New Encyclopedia Includes Every Living Thing on Earth
In 1735 Swedish botanist Carl Linnaeus published the first edition of Systema Naturae, the first real successful attempt to group and classify the living things in our world. At more than 30,000 pages for just the first volume, this encyclopedia
Peak Oil...are we F@*&*d? Or are we just being alarmist?
As we all know oil is finite. There’s a limited supply. Most nations in fact have already reached their peak. Texan oil drills used to pump tons of the black stuff every day; now it is barely trickle. The peak oil theory suggests that there’ll
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.
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
Friends of the Earth retracts BSkyB bid
On Tuesday, we reported about Friends of the Earth’s bid to become BSkyB’s charity partner, which caused controversy within the environmental orga