Destroying mangroves, blocking waterways and bribing officials - This is how Adani operate. The Indian environment ministry have threatened to cancel Adani's environmental licence over allegations of large-scale mangrove destruction and other violations.
Municipalities in the northern parts of New York and Pennsylvania use the salty wastewater from oil and gas production to melt ice in winter and suppress road dust in summer. Cheap way to get rid of it -but not so great for the Environment.
TransCanada is trying to build the Keystone XL (KXL), an 875-mile pipeline that would transport up to 830,000 barrels of dirty tar sands crude from Alberta, Canada. This pipeline is part of an effort by the oil industry to export millions of barrels per d
Please sign a petition addressed to Resolute Forest Products, a company that is logging in the Canadian boreal forest,
thus destroying the last remnants of an ancient woodland, home to endangered wildlife and indigenous species.
The Adriatic Sea of Croatia, one of the most treasured natural environments and preserved parts of Mediterranean Sea, is famous for its thousand islands and breathtaking beaches surrounded by crystal clear waters. Not only is there a significant
As we approach yet another climate summit this November in Paris, the question for the climate protection movement is not just, can some kind of agreement be reached, but how can we reverse the continuing climate catastrophe over the next quarter-century?
Physical reality is always more important than how we rationalize it. And the truth is that this culture is based on privatizing benefits and externalizing costs. In other words, on exploiting others and leaving messes behind.
If anyone would brew his morning joe using K-Cups, you'd think it would be the inventor of the K-Cup himself. But John Sylvan, whose single-serve pods revolutionized the coffee landscape, sticks with making coffee the old-fashioned way.
ArgentinaÂ´s President Cristina Kirchner announced, that Monsanto was to build the worldâEUR(TM)s largest genetically modified seed processing plant in Malvinas, citizens took to the streets to show they wanted nothing to do with GMO products.
Habitat loss, hunting, and trapping for the pet trade reduced their numbers quickly, and by the late 1980s there were only 70 known birds left in the wild. Another threat stemmed from scarcity of the licurÃ palm, the bird's main food source.