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Children Sue Obama Over Climate Change

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Children Take Obama To Court Over Planet’s Future. Billed as the biggest environmental court case in history, 21 children are instigating litigation against the Barack Obama administration for insufficient action on climate change. Julia Olson is an experienced environmental litigator and a mother of two. It was in the heat wave of 2006 in Oregon […]

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Top 10 Environmental Issues Facing Our Planet

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Although the top 10 environmental issues that face the planet can be at best “subjective” we have attempted to aggregate and prioritise the list in order to put things into perspective. We have also accompanied each of the environmental issues with a video that explains the matter in depth. You can view the clip by […]

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Bob Brown Arrest Raises Awareness of Draconian Anti-Protesting Laws

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The recent arrest of former Senator Bob Brown has sparked renewed focus on the Workplaces (Protection From Protesters) Act 2014   In November of 2014 Resources Minister Paul Harriss trumpeted the newly minted legislation as the toughest anti-protest laws in Australia. The minister made reassurances to Tasmanian logging industry that they would be protected from […]

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Tree Lopping From A Greenies Point Of View

by Jamie Grant
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Unashamed Greenie. I am an unashamed greenie. I have worked for Greenpeace, attended protests in forests, marched in city streets, made banners and flown my green flag high. Most of my friends are greenies and are into the preservation of green spaces and advocate a sustainable lifestyle. One of those friends happens to be a […]

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Environmentally Sustainable Home And Land

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Not all of us are able to ‘go off the grid’ and dedicate the time and expense of creating an ‘Earth Ark’. But most of us want to engage with environmentally sustainable practices wherever we may live, be that Bahrain, Brisbane or Barbados.

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International March Against Monsanto Brisbane

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Today we celebrated “International March Against Monsanto”. In the city of Brisbane, Australia, over 2000 people felt the moral duty to attend the peaceful protest. A number of guest speakers gave inspiring and informative presentations. The peaceful, yet spirited crowd united against Monsanto by marching through the Queen Street Mall and chanting anti G.M.O. slogans. The enthusiastic crowd was intent on […]

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New Caledonia Bans Shark Fishing And Feeding

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New Caledonia (New Caledonia (French: Nouvelle-Calédonie) a special collectivity of France located in the southwest Pacific Ocean) is to join other Countries in the region to outlaw Shark fishing and the adrenalin sport of Shark feeding. The move comes amidst worldwide data that indicates Shark populations have been decimated by up to 90 per cent over the […]

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Meteor Sparks Space Safety Fears And Alerts

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It seems that the entire planet is engulfed in meteorite frenzy in wake of Russia’s spectacular meteorite collision. Scientists have responded by highlighting the fact that the earth is extremely vulnerable to such events and that there is little or no defence systems in place that are capable of dealing with meteorite collisions. AS RUSSIAN authorities […]

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Global Temperatures Continue To Soar Rapidly

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The past several years have seen record barometer readings as global temperatures continue to rise. In some countries weather bureaus have had to add an extra bar to the temperature gauge to accommodate the temperature rise. You may be experiencing the temperature hike yourself, but scientist have backed up the claims with some pretty hot data! This week, […]

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Speaking Out Against Whale And Dolphin Parks

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Each year hundreds of Whales and Dolphins are captured in the wild and are sold to marine entertainment parks to supply a demand in the growing industry. Most of these Aquariums are directly responsible for the deaths of thousands of animals in places like Taiji Japan. The animals that do not make the grade are […]

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Paul Watson Stands Aside For Whales Sake

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In a selfless move, Paul Watson former leader of the environmental activist group Sea Shepherd has stood aside in order for this years anti-whaling campaign to be successful. A recent move by U.S. courts ordered that Sea Shepherd stay at least 450 meters away from any Japanese whaling vessels. The order was made legal due to the […]

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The Cleantech Future Spreads Hope For All?

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As the Worlds Population continues to grow exponentially, the stress and demands upon the environment also continue to increase. Scientist have predicted the earth is at breaking point and if we do not act immediately… Then we are surely doomed! What if we could live in a clean world? A world in which energy would be […]

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Next Generation Determined To Sort Out The Planet

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As past generations have left their legacy by polluting and damaging the environment with little concern for the consequences, it seems that the upcoming generation are determined to “sort out the planet”. A recent global poll of more than 6,000 kids in 47 countries has revealed that pollution is the biggest concern for more than […]

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Kyoto Protocol Expires As Delegates Head to Doha

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The Kyoto Protocol is set to expire over the next few weeks. The new version of the environmental stature is set to be debated in next weeks climate change talks in Qatar. Expectations are not very promising, but a few observers believe that a new deal will be created in Doha. DOHA, Qatar (AP) — […]

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Prepping For Survival Of Extreme Weather

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Prepping is a term that describes being prepared for emergency situations in advance. With the increase of extreme weather situations due to global warming, it makes sense to have a basic survival kit on hand in the event that you cannot access the regular goods and services that we all depend on for survival. Recently […]

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HAARP The High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program

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HAARP (as it is affectionately known) stands for The High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program. It basically consists of an array of high powered antennae that blast a focused beam of radio waves into the upper atmosphere of the planet. The device which is owned and operated by the US military is said to be for […]

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US Prepares For Superstorm Hurricane Sandy

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The US is preparing itself for what is being dubbed “The biggest storm in the history of The United States” Ten of millions of people are bracing themselves in anticipation as the “Superstorm” is expected to hit the East Coast sometime this evening. (10/29/2012) In anticipation of the potential destructive power of the super storm, hundreds […]

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Planet Earth Herald And The Shark Guy Protest Against Shark Finning

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On Saturday the 27th of October 2012 Jonny Citizen (Editor Planet Earth Herald) and The Shark Guy staged a protest to raise awareness against shark finning. The protest was staged outside The Gold Coast Sharks Fin and Seafood restaurant in Surfers Paradise. This was the first of many united protests that the team will undertake. […]

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