Image via Canada.com “We’re letting them smoke if they want to smoke,” one policeman said with a chuckle and a shrug. “The city ga
Not the actual bull, above image taken in Pamplona by Eneko Alonso No, this isn’t bull – excuse the pun.
Well worry no more, because the Chinese government has introduced an exciting new amnesty program for scientists who fail. I don’t know what used to happen to Chinese scientists who were unsuccessful. Perhaps they received a harshly worded letter a
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
The Secretary General of the UN has called climate change “an emergency.” UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon called for urgent political action to tackle the problem. He made these statements while on a visit to Antarctica. Ban said: “I need a po
The United States is undergoing a radical political shift on the environment with the first approval of a bill to cap greenhouse gas emissions. The approval by a Senate subcommittee means the bill will be debated by the Environment and Public Works