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Eva believes fashion should be fun, but there’s nothing fun about the animal suffering caused by the fur industry.
The Venus Project presents a bold, new direction for humanity that entails nothing less than the total redesign of our culture.
A beautiful integration of renewable energy and modern green design, the recently finished solar stadium in Taiwan welcomed the 2009 World Games to 3,300 lights and two jumbo screens all on 100% solar energy.
Thousands of hemophiliacs filed a class-action lawsuit on June 2 2003 against Bayer Corp. and several other companies, claiming they knowingly sold blood contaminated with HIV and hepatitis C.
Pollution is responsible for 40% of deaths worldwide, according to a study, published in 2007, conducted by a Cornell research group.
Best Faux-Chicken Sandwiches in the U.S.
Each year millions of sheep, pigs and cattle are transported across Europe, often on extremely long journeys.
Portable solar laptops chargers have been around for a little while now, and they offer a great way to extend the battery life of your laptop using renewable, clean energy.
Looking like a Smart ForTwo designed by hippies, the Twizy boasts a flowery exterior and a futuristic cockpit.
The summit will attempt to draw up a new global climate treaty to supplant the UN’s 1997 Kyoto Protocol.
McDonalds has decided to go green – at least with its logo
A temperature rise of no more than 2 °C is widely acknowledged as the ‘safe’ level to avoid dangerous climate change.
A new map illustrating the global consequences of failing to keep temperature change to under 2 °C was launched today by the UK Government, in partnership with the Met Office.
“If we cannot find a solution to this problem… in 2025, close to 70 percent could be affected”
Confidential data shows that just 15 of the world’s biggest ships may now emit as much pollution as all the world’s 760m cars.
Meet the $22,000 designer cat that has become the latest exotic pet for fashionable homeowners in America.