By new contributor Brian Gordon. Brian is a Canadian Green Party candidate and is...
Incredible Shots of Towering Billboards From Below
Branislav’s photographs of billboards are hauntingly perfect. Who knew billboards could be something out of a ’70s space film?
First hand account of climate camp 2007
Our very own correspondent Mary King travels to Heathrow to support Climate Camp 2007.
Major Shift as US Moves to Cap Emissions
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
Neo-Nazis Murder Environmentalist
An environmentalist was murdered yesterday, when a group of environmental activists were attacked by neo-Nazis in Siberia. The activists were protesting outside the Angarsk Electrolysis Chemical Plant near Lake Baikal when the attack occurred. The
Dubai Special Offer: Get 25 Percent Off for Bugs On Food
Those of us dedicated to sustainable development and engaging new sources of food– especially those of us in America, where a Dollar won’t go as far as a Yen used to (yuk, yuk)– might want to get on the next plane to Dubai. Image by Yerf
'I’ll give you £20 not to cut down that tree…'
Do you have a forest? Do you need some extra cash? If so then the UN might be the place for you. As part of the brand new Kyoto Climate Change Treaty – aka The Bali Talks, rainforest countries that avoid deforestation will receive payments from the develo
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
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
Gentlemen, Start Your Solar Panels
For all those out there who love motor sports, but feel guilty watching F1 and NASCAR because of the pollution and general waste of fuel and resources the sport entails, there is an alternative kicking off down under. Today in Darwin in northern Au