Thousands Protest In Japan Against Nuclear Energy

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Thousands of Japanese citizens staged a massive rally outside parliament in Tokyo to protest the Japanese governments intentions to continue with  nuclear energy production. The protests are triggered by last years radiation disaster at Fukushima. The protest is the latest in a string of anti-nuclear sentiment which is sweeping the nation. News of the  protests are […]

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Climate Change Skeptic Does A 180 On Global Warming Doubts

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Infamous global warming skeptic Professor Richard Muller has had a complete change of mind when it comes to man made global warming. In the latest research  conducted by The Berkeley Earth Surface Temperature Project, the findings have melted the Professors previous beliefs. It goes to show that just because you believe in something, doesn’t make […]

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Population Explosion Is Creating Complex Problems

by Nellie J
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As the worlds population continues to grow exponentially, we are starting to discover some not so expected results of the explosion. According to researchers at Cornell University, rare genetic variations are leading to an increase of complex disease. Despite the obvious implications of the population explosion, ie water shortages, lack of resources, food shortages and […]

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Global Warming Is Real The Skeptics Now Say

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Climate change skeptics worldwide are starting to have a change of their own, according to the latest reports. Many scientists who had previously refuted man made global warming have now come to the realisation, through extensive research, that climate change is real and in fact is worse than originally predicted. The latest study carried out […]

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Recycled Cardboard Bicycle Set To Clean Up

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When designer and bicycle enthusiast Izhar Gafni became inspired after hearing about a canoe made entirely of recycled cardboard, the engineers thought he was crazy. After several prototypes the Israeli inventor came up with the worlds first fully functional recycled cardboard push bike! Drawing inspiration from the Japanese art of origami, he noticed that every […]

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Fracking Some Critics Are Using Bad Science

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The debate continues as to whether or not fracking is actually dangerous to the environment or indeed humans… Despite the fact that we all know that it is! Now the scientists have jumped onboard saying that anti fracking groups often mislead the public with misinformation related to the practice of fracking. Josh Fox has released his […]

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Solar Energy… Here Comes The Power Of The Sun

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Solar energy is the one solution to the energy crises, that above all other sources seems to make the most sense. The hunt for energy from fossil fuels continues to cause problems for our planet. Fossil fuels have become a source of speculation and speculators want to earn money. Fossil fuels mean power and supplies may […]

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Environment Protesters Hit The Internet In China

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A massive surge of online protesting is having an impact on the way the citizens of China form protest rallies. The Chinese government controls main stream media causing misinformation regarding the environment. Many bloggers in China now share information regarding the environmental issues facing the country. Recently we saw residents of Shifang, Sichuan, who were concerned about […]

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Dolphin Slaughter: The Results Of Longline Fishing

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Commercial fishermen commonly practice a technique known as longline fishing. The practice involves using multiple fishing lines often kilometers in length. The hooks are baited with fish that often allure other species not intended for the catch. Often Dolphins are slaughtered as a bi-product of the practice. The result is the decimation of our oceans. […]

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Nuclear Energy – Global Demand Remains High

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The fact remains that nuclear energy power plants are dangerous. Despite the fact, emerging economic powers such as India and Pakistan are expressing continued interest in building more nuclear energy facilities. The cost of producing energy fron nuclear power plants is relatively low compared to other energy sources. The cost to the environment when one of […]

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Controversial Plastic Tax Proposed For Australia

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The Green Party in Australia are pushing a controversial plastic tax. The tax is aimed at forcing consumers to recycle by paying a levy on all recyclable containers. The move has been met with strong opposition from the AFGC (Australian Food and Grocery Council) Spokeswoman Jenny Pickles called on the government to abandon the plan, which she […]

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South Korea Drops Whaling Plans Amidst Protest

by Nellie J
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South Korea has assured the Australian Foreign Affairs Minister, Bob Carr that it will not proceed with its plans to commence the slaughter of whales for “scientific research.” The move comes amidst protests from the Australian government whom rallied the South Koreans against their plans.  Australians in general were disgusted with the South Korean plan to slaughter […]

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Save Captain Paul Watson Call To Action!

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Hollywood stars have rallied to help expedite the release of Captain Paul Watson (Sea Shepherd) who is being held  in Germany. His detainment has already lasted nearly two months. If not released, Captain Paul Watson faces extridition to Costa Rica to face charges related to  an alleged “violation of ships’ traffic,” which occurred during the […]

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Agenda 21 Sustainable Development Or Centralized Control?

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Agenda 21 “Agenda 21 is a comprehensive plan of action to be taken globally, nationally and locally by organizations of the United Nations System, Governments, and Major Groups in every area in which human impacts on the environment.” UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs. Agenda 21 sounds like a great idea at a glance… […]

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Blue Whales Threat From Offshore Gas And Oil Exploration

by Nellie J
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The International Fund for Animal Welfare has launched a campaign to protect the endangered Blue Whale. Blue Whales are under threat from offshore gas and oil exploration. According to the report, Blue Whales are disturbed through the disruptions caused by seismic exploration, as the species depends on sound for both communication and food location. The group is […]

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Renewable Energy Up To 80 Percent For US

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Renewable energy could provide up to 80 percent of the electricity demands for the US by 2050. The estimate is based upon various assumptions including the advancement of technology and an increased demand for electricity. Wind generated electricity is already a competitive scenario and is expected to be a major source of renewable energy in […]

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Air Pollution In China Gets Worse Each Day

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As China continues to grow as a global manufacturing giant, the air pollution that its industries and ever increasing motor vehicle traffic pump into the atmosphere, spirals out of control. China’s officials fail to address the issue often attempting to deny the severity of the pollution. Many reports have suggested that China censors the air pollution […]

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International Whaling Commission Denies Japan & Denmark An Increase

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The international Whaling Commission has denied Japan and Denmark an increase in the amount of whales included in their legal quota. Both Denmark and Japan are threatening to withdraw from the organization if the demands for an increased quota are not met. The threats come as a surprise considering that whale meat sales are on […]

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