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United Nations -a nation for all species. The concept of the Earth as alive and full of meaning vs our current apartheid between people and the Earth.Official trailer 2013 keep reading
To protect New York City from the increasing number of flooding events expected in the next century—similar to Hurricane Sandy—the city needs to consider a costly and invasive option: permanent evacuation of communities in the lowest-lying areas and massive barriers around the city that will cost billions of ... keep reading
We know quite a lot about which species around the world are most endangered. The Red List of threatened species, developed by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN), identifies species that are most at risk of extinction. But scientists have become increasingly concerned that the habitats of ... keep reading
The Government is putting Auckland's popular and pristine west coast beaches at risk of an oil spill from dangerous deep sea drilling, the Green Party said today. "The upper West coast of the North Island is postcard New Zealand. It is where Kiwis go to swim, fish and holiday ... 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
http://vimeo.com/62452617 At this year's Full Frame Documentary Film Festival the Audience Award went to the documentary feature "A Will for the Woods". This was a very small budget project from a team of first-time filmmakers, and it looks at the issue of eco-friendly "green burial" practices ... keep reading
It seems that the weather may be getting through to Americans in a way that scientists have not managed to in the past . A study at George Mason University shows that a majority of Americans Say Global Warming Is Affecting Weather in the United States. About six in ten ... keep reading
A 24 percent growth rate in installed green roofs in 2012 is part of the results of the Annual Green Roof Industry Survey. “On the heels of a huge 115 per cent growth rate in 2011, the green roof industry still grew by 24 per cent in 2012,” said GRHC ... keep reading
Only 39% of mining companies believe the climate is changing; 13% have made plans to adapt. CSIRO Recent research suggests only a minority of mining companies are preparing for the biophysical impacts of climate change. Those that are preparing are going it alone: there is little collaboration on planning between ... keep reading
Honey bees around the world are having a tough time of it. And we are totally dependent on them. They have suffered from a number of diseases and Colony Collapse Disorder has wiped out millions in the US. Bees are the essential pollinators of many major US crops, have been ... keep reading
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