In western Hunguary in October 2010 a retaining wall around a reservoir filled with toxic waste from an aluminum company burst open and released hundreds of thousands of cubic meters of deadly sludge. The stinking and toxic red sludge flooded … Continue reading
Photo credit: woodleywonderworks Taina, a Vancouver-based environmentalist and blogger, has taken on a challenge most of us would find daunting: living for a year without any plastics. She started in January, so May marks the fifth month into the project. … Continue reading
Photo credit: gcardinal With everyone going green these days it is often hard for consumers to distinguish a product that is truly safe from one that is just making that claim. It is perfectly legal, and often practiced, to use … Continue reading
Apple recently released their new line of MacBook and MacBook Pro laptops, which are mainly made from aluminium. They say that they are their greenest latops ever and claims that they are “highly recyclable and even more energy efficient”, and … Continue reading
Despite the ban in 1994, radioactive depositions still reach the seas. In french pipes of nuclear facilities Greenpeace’s divers found the waters to have 17.000.000 times more intense radioactivity than clean waters. In Norway, crabs and seaweeds have been polluted … Continue reading
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