"Environment" Blogs & Blog Posts

Things Are GoodThings Are Good

Good news from around the world, let's celebrate the good side of life...

 
The VillageThe Village

Life in a small village in northern England, and beyond.

 
Yew ClothingYew Clothing

Yew is an eco sports and outdoors clothing company. We make all our gear fr...

 
Strange DaysStrange Days

Politics, Middle East, Cultural Theory, and Philosophical Ramblings

 
North Coast VoicesNorth Coast Voices

Group blog from regional Australia posting on politics, society, the arts, ...

 
David Coethica's BlogDavid Coethica's Blog

All things Corporate Social Responsiblity, especially small businesses

 
Nature around MeNature around Me

In our daily life we come into contact with nature. This may be in the form...

 


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Raging wildfires have turned the shores of the world's largest freshwater lake in Siberia into an inferno, threatening the health and livelihood of locals and raising questions about Russia's ability to protect its natural heritage.

Frustrated negotiators enter the final day Friday of a halting round of crunch UN talks to forge a workable draft for a climate rescue pact to be inked by the year's end.

Crown-of-thorns starfish are one of the greatest threats to Australia's Great Barrier Reef, and a team of researchers have a robot that's going to fight back. The starfish species, which is native to the Indo-Pacific region, feeds on coral and a seri...

You may have noticed that after a heavy rainstorm, creeks and rivers often turn the color of chocolate milk. That cloudy brown color is caused by sediments—weathered rock material ranging in size from tiny granules of mud to stones. As it courses a...

A Purdue University study presents a novel approach for identifying vertebrate populations at risk of extinction by estimating the rate of genetic diversity loss, a measurement that could help researchers and conservationists better identify and rank...

Diplomats tasked with forging a climate rescue pact expressed frustration Wednesday over the lagging progress, with only seven negotiating days left until a Paris conference which must seal the deal.

The number of rhinos killed by poachers in South Africa continued to climb this year, with demand for rhino horn in Asia pushing the slaughter ever higher, the government said Sunday. A rhino looks through the bars of a holding pen at the Kruger Nat...