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04th March 2011

Extinct in our Lifetime: 11 Species we have lost forever

Sometimes we forget how interwoven humans are to nature and how our decisions have a ripple effect on all living creatures. It is heartbreaking to see some of the beautiful creatures we’ve lost recently – in just the last 40 years. The question is – what ...

04th March 2011

We need a Green Budget: Business leaders urge Osborne

With David Cameron’s announcement today that he wants to see all public services run by volunteers and private companies, it is becoming abundantly clear that we have here the most ideologically driven government of recent times. But why we ask – can’t th...

20th January 2011

Up to 200,000 Deaths in UK caused by Airborne Pollutants

A report published last week suggests that long-term exposure to air pollution may have been a factor in up to 200,000 premature deaths in the UK during 2008.. Research by the Committee on the Medical Effects of Air Pollutants (COMEAP), an independent ...

07th January 2011

Top 10 Tips for a Green, Sustainable and Eco Friendly Christmas

Here are top 10 Green Christmas tips that will help you to save money, reduce your Christmas carbon footprint and have a more eco friendly and sustainable noel. Don't forget to turn off your fairy lights Fifteen per cent of household electricity is wa...

17th November 2010

Mother Russia Listens to Mother Nature

The Russian government approved a 221 million Euro energy efficiency programme in October 2010. The programme will try to address the efficiency of factories and how the buildings are run. Russia has finally developed a growing consensus that climate chan...

07th October 2010

Solar Energy And Its Use

We've used the Sun for drying clothes and food for thousands of years, but only recently have we been able to use it for generating power. The Sun is 150 million kilometres away, and amazingly powerful. Just the tiny fraction of the Sun's energy that hits...