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Melting glaciers account for one third of observed sea level rise according to Bristol university and a study published in Science.The research - which used multiple satellites and an extensive collection of ground data - was led by Professor Alex Gardner of Clark University and involved the efforts of 16 researchers ... keep reading
Ever since the BP Deepwater Horizon oil rig blowout in the Gulf of Mexico in 2010, we have become sharply aware of the hazards of extracting fossil fuels from the earth. This danger presents itself not merely on oil rigs but on pipelines and in processing plants with disturbing regularity ... keep reading
Late last week members of the Brown Divest Coal campaign were invited to attend the Brown University Board of Trustees meeting on Thursday May 23rd to discuss coal divestment. In March, the endowment oversight committee recommended the Board of Trustees divest the University’s endowment from the country’s 15 ... keep reading
Mutual of Omaha’s My Wild Kingdom app has been awarded Mobile of the Day for May 6 by Favourite Website Awards (FWA). The app will be featured for 24 hours on the FWA website My Wild Kingdom is a free, mobile adventure app that uses augmented reality to bring ... keep reading
In 2012 Greenpop launched Trees for Zambia, a reforestation and eco-awareness project which began with a 3-week tree planting event and was followed by an ongoing campaign to inspire awareness about deforestation, climate change, tree planting, environmental sustainability and alternative energy sources. Trees for Zambia 2013 will be the second ... keep reading
Write a regular column on sustainability and it’s natural to discuss climate change facts and issues from time to time. Do it often enough and the climate change deniers will be happy to tell you what they think. Letters to the editor “rebuttals” can offer some wacky stuff, but ... keep reading
The dangers from smoking don’t stop once a cigarette is stubbed out. Cigarette butts leach toxic chemicals and carcinogens that pollute the environment. They’re poisonous to wildlife and can contaminate water sources. And they’re the number one littered item on US roadways and the number one item ... keep reading
Today is Earth Day, and over one billion people in approximately 192 countries are taking action to protect the environment. From London to Sao Paolo, Seoul to Babylon City, New Delhi to New York, Rome to Cairo, people everywhere are mobilizing their communities and helping depict The Face of Climate ... keep reading
Our Green Roadie is a documentary about 50 NZ people and businesses who live and work in 'green' ways is out on DVD. PLEASE put this out through your networks. We're a Mum and son (aged 7) film team, passionate about encouraging ordinary NZers to make choices that effect ... keep reading
Former NBA star and Chinese icon, Yao Ming, has launched a major public awareness campaign targeting consumption of ivory and rhino horn in China in partnership with WildAid, Save the Elephants, African Wildlife Foundation, and the Yao Ming Foundation. In August 2012, Yao spent 12 days on a fact-finding mission ... keep reading
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