The following is a press release regarding the letter that 139 of us signed (including EcoPost blogger Sara Thornton). It has been published in Global Change Biology and we soon […]
When I first heard about the show I was very excited. Hollywood finally giving climate change the treatment, yay! I really wanted to like it. And I did – to some extent.
For jungle-lovers around the world, today 11 organisations will be tweeting and facebooking wildlife sightings, photos and videos. Follow the posts using the hashtag #rainforestlive, and get a unique glimpse […]
Moss are cool – and can be used to produce electricity, believes Fabienne Felder, a creative strategist and designer from Switzerland. Together with collaborators, she has built a working radio, all powered by the energy harnessed from moss.
Note: If you have trouble reading the smaller print, click on the image and click again to zoom and it should come up larger. Source: UCSUSA.org
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It is a truth universally acknowledged that a grassroots movement rarely catches the attention of the media until a car is on fire. There were several…
Written by Sara-Jane Ponting (@SaraJanePonting), a self confessed arachnophile working towards invertebrate conservation and research. Spiders in the news Spiders. The mere mention of these creatures can send many of us […]
Written by Sophie Bastable, a graduate of Ecological Science at the University of Edinburgh (graduating class of 2009). Sophie now works for Biofuelwatch as an energy campaigner in Edinburgh. The UK’s big […]
Chantal Lyons is currently taking an MSc in Environment, Science and Society at University College London, having previously earned a degree in Politics from the University of Nottingham. She follows […]
A few weeks ago we (EcoPost) posted a Brilliant Earth (BE) infographic about “conflict diamonds”, which Sean Clinton believes is grossly misleading. @ecopostblog @BrilliantEarth False & Misleading info. KP does […]