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UN: "desertification could displace 50 million people." Environmental Disaster?
Within the next ten years fifty million people could be driven from their homes by expanding deserts, particularly in sub-Saharan Africa and Central Asia, a report says. The study by the United Nations University, produced by more than 200 experts from 25
Wake Up, Generation Clueless!
In the USA, there seems to be a strange obsession with New York Times columnists from their lofty perch to denigrate the youth climate movement as quiet, timid, or dare I say it…apathetic. I guess as young people we just don’t quite get the ma
China to clean its act up
After a series of health warnings and recalls about Chinese-made products, China has agreed to clamp down on the use of illegal chemicals. Sun Zhengcai, Chinese Minister of Agriculture, told consumers that they had no reason to fear
Meet Our Newest Eco-Warrior
Meet the newest member of the Environmental Graffiti team. Robert Knox recently joined Environmental Graffiti as our editor to make the site even more amazing. We’d like to introduce him properly as the newest member of our team. About Robert: Rob
Greenpeace hijack power plant!
Greenpeace, the environmental campaign group, have hijacked a power station in Kent. Their takeover was spurred by the prime minister’s decision to approve the UK’s first coal plant in over three decades. At the dead of night, fifty Greenpeacers l
Npower plans to commence destruction of Thrupp Lake
Energy supplier npower announced today that preliminary work at the Radley Lakes site in Oxfordshire would commence on 10th September, but conceded that work “would be reviewed” following the results of the ongoing inquiry due in the autumn. The site h
"Foot in mouth" for Debbie Reynolds at least.
Foot and mouth disease has struck a new cattle farm in southern England, the government said on Wednesday, prompting the European Union to suspend a decision to lift its ban on British meat exports. On the 6th of September, Debbie Reynolds chief vetenary
It’s a nice day for a green wedding
Green weddings are big business nowadays. With the average cost of that special day in the region of £16,000, more and more couples are saying “I do” in the most lavish of surroundings. But, with the rise o
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