Here is a short note for our readers that use the bookmarking service StumbleUpon. If you go to http://stumbleupon.com/earthday/ and “thumb up” that page you will help to plant trees, for free. “Every day millions of StumbleUpon users discover great … Continue reading
Up to 350000 newborn seals were estimated to be killed last summer in Canada, and the number is thought to be much bigger this coming summer. In 2005 the 98,5% of the babies killed weren’t even 2-months-old, and autopsies showed … Continue reading
It’s time to clear this up folks. Hopefully you already know that surfing with a black background (on your computer screen) will not always save energy. If not, let me explain why black backgrounds aren’t that green. Black backgrounds can … Continue reading
Here is a green tip for our Swedish readers but I hope people in other countries also have some kind of use of this. Most people in Sweden today uses different internet services to find telephone numbers and street addresses … Continue reading
Greenpeace in India have in the last two weeks been working hard with their climate change campaign “with a series of protests set to the backdrop of massive flooding across South Asia”. Greenpeace especially try to convince the government in … Continue reading
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