The Afectados New short documentary starring Julie Christie highlights chronic Amazon pollution as oil giant Chevron fights $9.5 billion fine Amazon Watch: “One of the worst environmental disasters on the planet” Indigenous Ecuadorians claim increases in spontaneous miscarriage and cancer See Video Here “I find it both striking and distressing that in 2015, a poem […]
A massive iceberg splintered off one of West Antarctica’s largest glaciers last year, and now, scientists have discovered the “troubling” reason why, they said. In 2015, an iceberg measuring almost 225 square miles broke off from the Pine Island Glacier, which forms part of the ice shelf that bounds the West Antarctic Ice Sheet. Recently, while […]
A new study says if global warming pushes the Earth’s temperature up by 2 degrees, much of the Mediterranean coast won’t be a vacationer’s paradise any longer. Scientists warn that Lisbon and Seville could have climates like Morocco does now, if climate change continues at its current rate.
I have been complaining bitterly for years that if shops were serious about recycling they would issue customers with brown paper bags and not plastic ones and – worse – charging them for them. Well, the Co-Op have come up with a perfect solution. Fantastic work Co-Op! Well worth a Green Apple Award? Co-operative Food […]
Vauxhall Motors raised the ‘Green’ standard for Corporate Social Responsibility today as they began their initiative to ‘help save the planet’ in conjunction with The Green Organisation by planting the first trees in a new development in The Heart of England Forest in Bidford on Avon, Warwickshire. The Heart of England Forest Project is a partnership initiative […]
The Earth has entered a “new period of extinction”, a study by three US universities concludes, and humans could be among the first casualties.
For ten consecutive months since October 2015, we have been experiencing the most intense scorching heat, and July of this year shows to be the hottest to be ever recorded. Although El Niño gave a boost in global temperature, it is not the only thing we should be concerned about. BREAKING RECORDS CONSISTENTLY Congratulations, mankind! […]
When Secretary of State John F. Kerry was in Austria’s capital Vienna recently to join discussions on climate change, chances were low that he encountered too many air conditioned rooms. To Americans used to cooler rooms in summer, this may just have been a simple cultural difference. For the climate negotiators, however, it most likely reflects a bigger divide […]