Yearly Archives: 2012


A New Plan to Save Our Planet 1

This weekend, the eight most powerful leaders in the world will meet at the G8 summit and could agree to a plan that could literally stop climate change! It’s crazy, but right now, our governments give nearly $1 trillion a year of our taxpayer money to Big Oil and Coal […]

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A 30% decline in wildlife around the world since 1970

A recent report confirms a around a 30% decline in wildlife around the world since 1970. The Living Planet Report combines data on more than 9,000 populations of animals across the world. Environmentalists say World  Leaders must urgently step up nature protection, therfore at the Rio+20 is there a chance for world leaders […]

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Green ISP Supports One Man´s Freedom

For 37 years Leonard Peltier has been America´s longest serving Amnesty prisoner of conscience, an innocent man outspoken in defence of equal human rights and justice for his people – the Lakota and indiginous native people of America. Until American people accept their part in the cultural genocide of first […]

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Moving away from Green News just for a moment. This is great, Is Open Source is the future of everything?. 1

Marco Tempest describes himself as a “cyber-illusionist”. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-17478070 What dya think? [subscribe2] TweetShare on Facebook

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What do you think to this? interesting… 2

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-17224775 [subscribe2] TweetShare on Facebook

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Sites such as Wikipedia protest over SOPA and PIPA bills in US 2

What are SOPA and PIPA? SOPA and PIPA represent two bills in the United States House of Representatives and the United States Senate respectively. SOPA is short for the “Stop Online Piracy Act,” and PIPA is an acronym for the “Protect IP Act.” (“IP” stands for “intellectual property.”) In short, […]

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Space “JUNK” we really need to look at the “Wider” environmental impact of this technology

The scientific space community has long been aware that, as the Low Earth Orbit (between 60 and 600 miles up) fills with space garbage such as spent rocket stages, the likelihood of collisions would become ever more likely. In a 1978 paper, Don Kessler, who later became head of NASA’s […]

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