An Australian discovery brings scientists closer to an understanding of the global...
Environmental Graffiti's Movers and Shakers: Amy Vernon, the Queen of Social Media
Bacon Shoes Image: Zazzle Calling Amy Vernon a connoisseur of social media is putting it mildly: she is among Digg’s top 50 submitters of all time, is active on Twitter, Delicious, S
Maria Interviews Al Franken!
Maria Surma Manka is a top US expert in environmental policy and green business. She’ll answer all of your questions related to her fields in our weekly post “hazy idea? Ask Maria Energia!” If you feel li
What’s that dear? Around 500 US cosmetics are unsafe?
You bet your ass they are. Well…that’s according to US NGO, the Environmental Working Group. The group has published research, revealing that 478 cosmetic products sold in the US contain doses of toxic chemicals which are unsafe, even when used as directe
Illegal abortion chemical used to distress denim in Mexico
Factories in Mexico dedicated to “distressing” jeans in the trend for worn and faded denim are releasing chemicals into the soil and damaging crops and water supplies. The Tehuacán valley in central Mexico, once known as the “city of health” for its mi
"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
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
Visiting the beach? think again...
Yesterday we reported on the swarms of jellyfish forcing authorities to close beaches in the Mediterranean.
Figure it out - the environmental facts
7,000,000,000 – The number of people who will depend on the ocean for their food in the next 18 years.
Voracious beetles Wipe out 9 million hectares of pine trees
A huge swarm of pine beetles has created a trail of destruction spanning nine million hectares or 35,000 square miles. British Columbia’s forests have had around 40% of their trees wiped out by the insects, according to a report issued on Monday. T