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Wishing You a Green Christmas

I have always thought of Christmas time, when it has come round -- apart from the veneration due to its sacred name and origin, if anything belonging to it can be apart from that -- as a good time: a kind, forgiving, charitable, pleasant…
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Fish in The Dish

There are things about the fish you are eating that you ignore and the truth is, you might never learn them. Whether or not you will, depends on how the talks between the European Commission, Fishery Associations and member states ministers…
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The Green Future of Hotels

© Ngalula Beatrice Kabutakapua, 2012

Bike To Die For

Thirteen cyclists died in Britain last September only, reports the Guardian. Does that mean people will give up bicycles and travel by car or public transports? Rob Penn, author of It's All About the Bike: the Pursuit of Happiness on Two Wheels, answered…

How much money do you spend?

Is it possible to go on one day without buying anything? Lucky guess is that it might be, but in big cities like London where stuff to buy literally fall into people laps, it might not be so easy. On November 24 the world should take the…
The Best Things in Life are Free
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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