Tesco shows off its Climate Week t-shirt

Climate Week is from the 21-27 March, and Tesco Clothing has just revealed the official event t shirt. Exclusively designed by Eley Kishimoto it is being sold as a limited edition, with proceeds going to the Environmental justice foundation. The garment is totally organic, has been made by ethical procedures and the manufacturing has been […]

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Asbestos and Environmental Health

Environmental health does not just pertain to the natural world – it also overlaps with human health.  There exist natural elements and materials that, on their own, would not be pollutants, but human activity has made them into dangers.  Lead and mercury are two such substances, but there is another that is responsible for approximately […]

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People say no to selling off forests

The people of Britain have made it clear that they value their national treasures and wish to keep them for posterity.  A recent proposal from the government to sell off about 15 %, or 40,000 hectares, of forestry lands to private enterprise in order to raise £100 million towards reduction of the deficit met with […]

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Still no light at end of tunnel for US emissions

A fresh political squabble is abrew in the US over emissions from greenhouse gases. President Obama was unsuccessful pushing his legislation past Congress. So now he would like the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) to take over emissions regulations. There are also counter-measures Congress is being asked to address that strip the authority from the EPA […]

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New Solar Technology for Homeowners

Whether trying to go completely off-grid or simply just trying to decrease the cost of monthly utility bills, a growing number of homes are looking for ways to increase their energy efficiency.  To achieve this, more and more homeowners are looking to renewable energy to fuel their home.  To benefit from this movement, companies of […]

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