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Go green and save money
Many people want to do their bit for the environment, but without having to give up their car, build a wind farm or venture no further than Skegness for the next 50 years. Making massive changes to your
Guess which country has experienced only 18 months of independence and is being brutalised as we speak?
By new contributor Tabi-Sal. If you feel like writing for us, drop us an email! There is a country which has only experienced 18 months of independence between colonial rulers. Its waters ar
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
Los Angeles After the Apocalypse
All images courtesy of David Maisel The work of David Maisel is haunting in its stark simplicity, despite and because of its expansive breadth of focus. Yet while many of his projects have taken a bi
Community Spirit: how a music festival survived environmental disaster
On July 20th 2007, the UK was hit by the worst flooding in over half a century. This poignant film is the story of the Truck music festival in Steventon, Oxfordshire: a much-loved event run by the local community to raise funds for good causes. The festiv
Japanese Atlantis: 5,000 year old city beneath the sea.
A city lies dormant, deserted and forgotten. Submerged beneath the ocean off Yonaguni Jima is a Japanese Atlantis—an ancient city sunk by an earthquake about 2,000 years ago, according to marine geologist Masaaki Kimura. Kimura, who is a professor
Insects Poke Fun at Photographers
Hai! I’m new to the giraffe enclosure: Male praying mantis head Photo: Thomas Shahan
Floods hit Britain. Yes, again.
Just weeks after some of the worst floods in living memory displaced thousands and caused over a £1 billion in damage, it’s happening again. Flash floods are occurring up and down England and Wales, with meteorologists predicting up to 10cm of rain over
Mobula Ray Bursts from the Waves
Photo: nbonzey Off the coast of Mexico’s Baja peninsula, a Mobula Ray bursts from the swell with breathtaking beauty, catching air as its whip-like tail trails behind. The expr