Archive for the ‘Green and Blue’ Category


Extinct Animals of the 20th Century

Things we don’t have to be proud of as humans… Don’t always believe people if they tell you big business or commercial interests won’t harm the environment or wildlife, they just might not be right. And next time you consider buying items not sourced from environmentally friendly sources, maybe give it a second thought and […]

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The Atlantic Forests – Brazil

Once stretching 330 million acres, an area twice the size of Texas, the Atlantic Forest of Brazil is one of the world’s most extraordinary forests. And yet today, after hundreds of years of deforestation, only seven percent of this biological treasure remains. Home to jaguars, tamarins and hundreds of bird species found nowhere else on […]

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The Great Halloween Sell-off: Some Questions Remain

2011 has been declared the “International Year of the Forests” by the United Nations, for good reason and it would seem a great pity considering their sub-title: “Celebrating Forests for People” if it proved to be the year in which the British people lost their own forests. This may well come to be remembered as […]

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Halloween Party to Sell of OUR Forests

Halloween is a time when ghost and horror stories abound, and people walk the streets dressed as ghouls and ghosts and skeletons… Listening to the news yesterday I was reminded that the “Halloween Party” is back… with a ghoulish spine tingling hellish plan.. Privatisation of rail, gas, electricity, water etc has made billions for fat […]

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Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill – Experts Testify – It’s not 5000 barrels a day – more likely 76,000 +

News Just Breaking on Thursday 20th of May… Independent experts testifying at the House of Representative’s commerce and energy committee hearing on the Deepwater Horizon Well oil spill have said that whereas BP and government agencies have been using the figure of 5000 barrels of oil a day leaking from the damaged pipeline, the real […]

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