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Even though the Philippines has been hit by more than twenty typhoons this year, nothing could have prepared it for Typhoon Haiyan- called the strongest storm to ever hit land, by some. The initial death toll of 10,000 is now, luckily, seen as an over-estimate- but communication services in ... keep reading
An alternative to Google ?And one thats green ? Ecosia is based in Berlin and aims to turn green niche products into a mass phenomenon by providing users with green information when entering search terms. According to the start-up, Ecosia gives users the chance to help the environment for free without ... keep reading
One of our readers has alerted us to a new book aimed at children about environmental issues. "Mommy....why?" is an illustrated story about a little girl as she goes through a day with her Mother and Father and sees all the things that are going on in the world ... keep reading
A film by Jamie Oliveira, Jennifer Fong, Seth Hahn, and Nicole Blunt in cooperation with San Francisco State University's Health Equity Institute and Fossil Free SFSU. A global movement is coming together to challenge the fossil fuel industry in a fight for the planet and our future here. "$hift ... keep reading
We know we are screwed if we do nothing on climate change. Never mind that it will impact your children and grandchildren, you’re going to be around long enough for it to be a serious part of your life. And we know that the math looks terrifying on the ... keep reading
When Superstorm Sandy hit New York City last fall, the publisher Farrar, Straus and Giroux, like most everything else, totally shut down. It was a week before power returned to FSG, according to Brian Gittis, a senior publicist. When he got back to his office, he began sorting through galleys ... keep reading
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