The waters around Ibiza and its neighbouring islands are a natural paradise. I am extremely concerned about plans to search for oil in this sensitive habitat. Oil exploration would involve extremely loud airguns. This noise is deadly to marine animals!
The Carmichael Coal Project will cover over 200 square kilometres, cost $16.5 billion, excavate six open cut mines and five underground ones, and drain an average of 10 billion litres of water from the Galilee Basin annually over 60 years of operation
Hello! Green Drinks is a social event open to all environmentally conscious people living, working or volunteering locally. We meet on the first Tuesday of each month at the Fox Pub, Twickenham. FB: https://www.facebook.com/SWLEN
Honeybees are suffering a serious decline in number due to the use of harmful neonicotinoids (a class of pesticides). Despite massive bee die-offs, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will not take action until an official review is completed i
The state of California has stared down its water crisis for decades. Recent record-breaking drought has certainly made the situation worse, but the real culprit isn't lack of rainfall. Careless urban development and agriculture, sprawling into desert
Chances of a western north America megadrought of an intensity not seen since before the arrival of European explorers just went up. The largest surge of heat ever recorded is moving west to east in the Pacific Ocean.
Millions of people like the taste of Yoplait Yogurt. But many people that are out in the woods thrown the trash on the ground. Small Animals are being killed by these cups. Something needs to be done about it.
This weekend the Greenpeace Canada team hit the streets to launch a brand new "Arctic Oil Spill" LEGO set, showing it to passersby to see what they thought. Their reactions tell a story that LEGO might not be too happy with.
Australian government has given one of the world's biggest coal mines the green light. The Carmichael mine has been fiercely opposed by environmentalists due to its potential impact upon The Great Barrier Reef, groundwater at the mine site & carbon emissi
Oceans are beautiful & they stand out,we need them .Why are we destroying them? They cover 71% of the world and are as important to us as they are vast. They are in trouble I've seen it written and heard that 90% of the big marine predator fish are gone!
July 29, 2014 The first measurements of waves in the middle of the Arctic Ocean recorded house-sized waves during a September 2012 storm. More sensors are going out this summer to study waves in newly ice-free Arctic waters. As the climate warms and sea
Sign a thank you card to Neil deGrasse Tyson from the Forecast the Facts community. He stood up for climate truth -- so for every 1,000 signatures, we'll send a Cosmos DVD set to science students in underserved communities.