Reading Time: 2 minutes Scientists reveal new method of dealing with ‘one of the most challenging issues of our century’
Reading Time: 1 minute How evil is Monsanto? Let this farmer tell his stunning story….
Reading Time: 1 minute Think the BP oil spill was cleaned up? Think again.
Reading Time: 2 minutes The recent winner of the 2011 James Dyson Award offers a low-tech and original solution to one of the world’s major problems.
Reading Time: 1 minute Video explains how the answer to some of the world’s biggest problems can be found in the smallest of places.
Reading Time: 4 minutes From Living Bridges, to the World’s Cheapest Light bulb – Bright Ideas to Rethink our Environment
Reading Time: 3 minutes Do we listen to “Lord Monckton” on climate change because he knows what he’s talking about, or because of his title? And what’s that title about, anyway?
Reading Time: 1 minute Check out the new billboard for Coca-Cola. Talk about a wholesome way to get publicity! Go green.
Reading Time: 1 minute After this documentary, you will never view energy the same again.
Reading Time: 2 minutes With its nuclear disaster, Japan learned a hard lesson about finding less risky, more creative energy solutions. But this overpopulated island nation was already exploring some bold new directions. Like the most advanced eco-town in the world.
Reading Time: 4 minutes The Japanese have had quite a wakeup call on energy options. Now, we need one.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Did Obama say “let’s roll” for household energy efficiency? Take a spin on this….
Reading Time: 4 minutes Those who pooh-pooh the possibility of a clean green earth need to read this.
Reading Time: 6 minutes More on the miserable truth about those nuclear plant workers in Japan.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Depressed because fracking/nuclear/coal are nasty and ruinous? What you need is an infusion of fresh energy. Try these ideas out….
Reading Time: 3 minutes Is hydro-fracking a nuclear meltdown for the water supply? This environmental journalist says so.
Reading Time: 3 minutes With the nuclear crisis in Japan, suddenly the safety of nuclear energy is of interest everywhere. What will the United States do under Obama? If forgotten history is any measure, perhaps not nearly enough.
Reading Time: 1 minute Bet you haven’t heard how Iraqi agriculture has been destroyed since the invasion—and how US agribusiness benefits. That’s a huge story, and one you won’t see in the corporate-owned US media. It’s a sad story, a tragedy, something that provides infinite perspective on the purposes and consequences of unnecessary war, and begins to explain why Read More
Reading Time: 4 minutes The other day, USA Today ran an article reporting that 2010 had tied 2005 as the warmest year since record-keeping began in 1880. That’s disturbing data, or course. But what really caught my eye was who they chose to question the significance of the news: a climatologist with….the Cato Institute. That’s a policy outfit heavily funded by the very companies whose emissions heat up the earth’s atmosphere.
Reading Time: 2 minutes In a remarkable display of finger-pointing, oil company executives went after BP today, claiming that if they had been running the Deepwater Horizon rig, no accident would have been possible. But as several congressmen pointed out, all the companies’ safety procedures are absurdly inadequate. Which raises the question: how well do we, as a society, Read More