[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JjosXc58Rt4] Thanks to Dan Schwachter for the tip.
NEW YORK, April 16, 2007—The Slate Green Challenge launches today, encouraging people to go on a seven-week “carbon diet” to shed unwanted pounds of carbon dioxide emissions. Slate, the daily online magazine, in collaboration with the eco-Web site Treehugger.com, is again asking Americans to consider their own contributions to global warming, challenging them to reduce the amount of carbon dioxide that individuals put into the atmosphere by 20 percent.
The Common Ground Partnership www.CommonGround2008.com invites you to submit your digital art entries – with an environmental theme – to be considered for publication in the 2008 Common Ground Collection. Merging new media, art and philanthropy, Common Ground focuses attention… Read More »Artistic expression making a difference
If you don’t want the British government to start building a new generation of nuclear power stations, or replace the aging Trident nuclear missiles with newer weapons of mass destruction, it’s time to speak up. Katharine Hamnett has a message… Read More »Protest and Survive: Katharine Hamnett tells us how
U.S. teens are taking action for safer cosmetics. The California based and teen-led organization wants to “raise awareness about potentially cancer-causing chemicals present in cosmetic and personal care products used daily and to advocate for legislation and laws that protect… Read More »Teens Fight for Safe Cosmetics
As you probably know, Number 10 have set up an online system to allow people to petition parliamentary bills, and the Road Lobby have been using the system to oppose proposed vehicle tracking and road pricing. Tim Lewis has set… Read More »Support the petition not to scrap the vehicle tracking and road pricing policy
Author/activist Bill McKibben is calling on Americans to rally together on April 14th to get their elected officials to take notice (and then take action) on climate change. Instead of bringing together the masses for a march on Washington (very… Read More »Bill McKibben stepping up
Thanks to the 14,000 activists who appealed to online mega-retailer Amazon to stop exploiting a threatened species just to make a few quid, Amazon have agreed to remove Shark Fin soup from it’s virtual shelves. Shark finning involves cutting off… Read More »Shark Fin soup off Amazon’s shelves