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Alien artwork! Amazing 'foam surrealism' photographs show the moment ocean waves smash down onto the sand
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Ocean photographer, Lloyd Meudell, has captured the unique and beautiful moment that ocean foam breaks over the sand and has called it 'foam surrealism.'
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Mapuguaquén “the sound of the earth” are clay speakers that combine old pottery tradition with the latest wireless audio technology. mapuguaquen map3 map4 map5 map 2. Previous Next. All Works; About us; Contact; Design; Film; Interactive Documentary; Material Photography; Motion; News ...
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Annabel Langbein’s new cookbook ‘A Free Range Life: Winter Goodness’ will show you how to cook everything form the perfect roast to slow-cooker meals that are fresh, seasonal and healthy.
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Watch this brief animation and see the key benefits of a Solardome glasshouse over a traditional glasshouse http://ow.ly/Ko3qm
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Commentary by Sea Shepherd Founder, Captain Paul Watson

110 Days – the longest hot pursuit of a poaching vessel in maritime history is finally over.

The Thunder – the most notorious of the Bandit Six – is no more. The ship now rests 4,000 meters down on the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean. 72 kilometers of the Thunder’s illegal gill net are onboard the Sam Simon. Two other poachers, the Kunlun and the Viking, have been detained – the Kunlun in Thailand and the Viking in Malaysia.
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By thinking local and acting global, New Zealand designers are fashioning a new world in which environmental and ethical sustainability reigns.
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It's Fashion Revolution Day! Celebrate local and sustainable designers by wearing their clothing, and researching brands before you buy.
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Tell European leaders: Don’t leave men, women and children to drown in the Mediterranean. #RestartTheRescue and address the root causes of extreme poverty and conflict that drive people to risk everything.
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Two members of the BBC Earth Capture community got these amazing close-up shots of penguins
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Limited Edition 5 Gyres Bundle
www.kleankanteen.com

Our new, limited edition 5 Gyres Bundle features a custom 16oz Insulated Tumbler from Klean, reusable, machine-washable BPA-free LunchSkins

Climate Change Row House in Long Island City, NY
climatechangerowhouse.com

Completed in 1903, this two family residence located two blocks from the East River is being significantly altered to respond to the realiti

Winged Insects Built from Repurposed Computer Circuit Boards and Video G...
www.thisiscolossal.com

Portsmouth, UK-based artist Julie Alice Chappell works with components salvaged from old computers and video game systems to make an entire

Former missile silos turned into luxury disaster survival condos
www.gizmag.com

When a major natural disaster or nuclear war strikes, survival will be the main priority for most us. For some, though, the biggest problem

Operation Milagro - Sea Shepherd Conservation Society
www.seashepherd.org

Established in 1977, Sea Shepherd Conservation Society (SSCS) is an international non-profit, marine wildlife conservation organization.

FIGHT OBESITY: “Teach food literacy in schools” says charity | Scoop News
www.scoop.co.nz

The Garden to Table Trust is urging The Government to invest in the development of gardening and cooking food skills to fight obesity in New

UAE: Free human rights lawyer Mohammed al-Roken
www.amnesty.org.uk

Mohammed is imprisoned for ten years in the United Arab Emirates – simply for doing his job and defending human rights. Demand his release.

Scientists Call For Halt to Oil & Gas Exploration Program
whqr.org

Seismic testing gauges oil and gas deposits by shooting loud blasts of compressed air into the ocean. President Barack Obama approved the gu

Trashing Paradise: The Garden Isle
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Hawai‘i Public Radio’s continuing look at solid waste this week focuses on the island of Kaua‘i today. In 2011, the county council adopted a

Trashing Paradise: Litter
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In our continuing series "Trashing Paradise," we take a look at the continuing fight against littering and the illegal dumping of personal g

Trashing Paradise: Does H-POWER Still Make Sense?
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All week, we’ve been taking a closer look at how Hawai‘i deals with its waste. It’s part of our series, “Trashing Paradise.” Today we focus

Trashing Paradise: Maui County
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We continue our series this week “Trashing Paradise”, taking a closer look at ‘ōpala across the islands. Today we focus on Maui, where a lit

Trashing Paradise: Microplastics
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HPR’s "Trashing Paradise" series continues with a look at the dangers of plastic runoff. “Microplastics” are tiny pieces of plastic that ran

Trashing Paradise: Hi5 Recycling Program Update
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More than 900 million beverage containers are imported into Hawai’i each year. Recycling them is one way to minimize the “trashing of paradi

Trashing Paradise: Hawaii Island
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All this week we’re taking a closer look at ‘ōpala across the islands, in a series we call “Trashing Paradise.” Today we shift our focus to

Trashing Paradise: Zero Waste
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For the past week, HPR has been looking at the issues Hawai‘i faces around solid waste. We’ve looked at the proliferation of plastic, the po

Trashing Paradise: Recycling Basics
hpr2.org

In our series this week “Trashing Paradise” we’ve been looking at a number of issues involving waste in Hawaii, and many of them differ from

Deforestation in the Amazon Aggravates Brazil's Energy Crisis
www.truth-out.org

In Brazil water and electricity go together, and two years of scant rainfall have left tens of millions of people on the verge of water and