I recently joined the ETA, the world’s only climate neutral motoring organisation. It didn’t cost me any more to join the ETA than it had cost me to belong to the AA, and as well as all the services offered… Read More »The Drive for Greener Motoring, a review of the ETA
Oxfordshire’s Green Party has done so well that they now hold the balance of power on Oxford City Council. This seven strong Green Group has secured a £1 million budget for the following green improvements for the city of Oxford:… Read More »Green Budget Success in Oxford
The Green Alliance have commissioned a report putting forward a package of measures that if implemented will aim to encourage householders to adopt green living practices by offering them financial incentives, information and advice. The report, entitled The Green Living… Read More »Energy Efficiency Up, Council Tax Down?
It’s the 15th edition of Carnival of the Green and this week it is being hosted by the Hip & Zen Pen. Pick of the Week: Bravo to Camden Lady who discusses how the United Kingdom could, and should be,… Read More »Carnival of the Green at the Hip & Zen Pen
One of the unfortunate by-products of our reliance on coal for power generation is the toxic release of cadmium. Power plants spew the toxin into nearby land, where it gets into the soil. If that land happens to be a… Read More »A Solution to Cadmium Poisoning in Rice
Nows your chance to get involved in the biggest climate change project ever. The BBC and Climateprediction.net are inviting you to help bring the project to a conclusion by downloading a small programme onto your computer. The programme will sit… Read More »Take Part in a Massive Climate Change Experiment