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In pictures: Seeing light after 33 years of darkness, first fully solar-powered village in India

We just take it for granted: cleaning our teeth with an electric toothbrush in the morning, unlimited texting, tweeting and snap-chatting with our friends on the way to work, safe and well-lit streets, superfast internet access from our desk, the list goes on. But for 300 million people in India this is not a given as they are still waiting for...
Posted by Angela Glienicke - 24 July, 2014 - 16:03 - Comments

David Rose is not a credible source - OFFICIAL

This may not be entirely new or surprising information to you, but the English speaking press around the world has been recycling Rose's Mail on Sunday climate denial nonsense for nearly a decade. Now a decision of the Australian Press Council, published today, means that 'it was in the Mail' is no longer an excuse for publishing climate misinformation.
Posted by Graham Thompson - 24 July, 2014 - 12:46 - Comments

Top 10 reasons to love the ocean

We need to protect our beautiful oceans and the ecosystems within from overfishing and pollution (which you can help to do by adding your name to the petition to defend our oceans)Why? Because they are home to a staggering 80% of life on Earth... but aside from that amazing fact, here are our top ten reasons to love the ocean:
Posted by Willie - 23 July, 2014 - 14:44 - Comments

Massive victory! West Sussex says we're 'not for shale'

The UK’s fracking juggernaut has just been forced off the road. Just after 12.30pm on Tuesday the planning committee of West Sussex County Council voted unanimously to reject Celtique’s application to drill deep into the heart of Sussex.
Posted by simon clydesdale - 23 July, 2014 - 14:01 - Comments

Finally, a tinfoil hat that works.

Four of us hunch over a screen with the radio operator. We're looking at AIS (Automatic Identification System) information, a tracking system used to locate vessels. In fact, anyone can see a basic version of this information online. But there's a reason we're freezing our arses off here in the Arctic rather than checking the information, slipper-clad, from our sofas. 
Posted by victoriah - 22 July, 2014 - 19:06 - Comments
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