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The devil wears green

What is the chance of being run over by a car? Considering the constant fashion daydreaming of people in Oxford Street, London, it’s too high here. READ MORE HERE
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A new life for disposed New York umbrellas

When she was 13, Catherine Edouard Charlot took her father’s shirt and made a skirt out of it. She had no idea she was already “upcycling”: taking something old and creating a new unique garment out of it. READ MORE HERE
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Jeffrey Sachs on new World Bank President

Special Advisor to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki Moon and reknown economist, Jeffrey Sachs, suggests that the World Bank should focus on sustainability with a special attention to developing countries.MORE HERE
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Biomass protest in London

Is biomass the right answer to climate change? Campaigners in the UK say "no!"  MORE HERE
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Cotton bag is the new shopping bag

Statics have shown that governments can put pressure on customers’ environmental responsibility by charging for nonreusable plastic bags  Camden Town in London is a famous location for everything punk. But when going there, among the platform…

Mugabe's Imminent Exit Will Leave Zimbabwe in Chaos

Robert Mugabe’s days are over, both from a health prospective and a political one. But the various post-Mugabe scenarios could bring a period of instability, violence, and chaos.Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe recently returned from Singapore,…

Does Twitter Deserve a Pulitzer Prize?

As much as it has been a powerful tool for the rapid spread of information, Twitter is not journalism and does not deserve to win a Pulitzer Prize.On Monday, the Pulitzer Prize winners were announced, and while journalists and photographers…