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This Greenpeace campaign to stop Mattel using rainforest wood in their packaging is getting better and better .. (via Barbie Hunt | Greenpeace UK)

This Greenpeace campaign to stop Mattel using rainforest wood in their packaging is getting better and better .. (via Barbie Hunt | Greenpeace UK)

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The elegant Gorganocephalus, or Basket star, was  photographed branching its arms out after being intertwined with an  octocoral. It feeds on food floating by in the water above the seabed.
Check out the beautiful images from the British Antartic Survey as part of the Census of Marine Life. Scientists discovered a new species as part of its work for the Census.

The elegant Gorganocephalus, or Basket star, was photographed branching its arms out after being intertwined with an octocoral. It feeds on food floating by in the water above the seabed.

Check out the beautiful images from the British Antartic Survey as part of the Census of Marine Life. Scientists discovered a new species as part of its work for the Census.

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Incredible photos from the Big Picture: Chinese Oil Spill Cleanup.
Seeing  this makes me feel really sad.
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An oil-covered fisherman rests next to containers filled with oil cleaned up from the spill site at a port in Dalian, Liaoning province.
Chinese Oil Spill Cleanup | The Big Picture


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Incredible photos from the Big Picture: Chinese Oil Spill Cleanup.

Seeing this makes me feel really sad.

via workspaces:

grantimatter:

An oil-covered fisherman rests next to containers filled with oil cleaned up from the spill site at a port in Dalian, Liaoning province.

Chinese Oil Spill Cleanup | The Big Picture

(via strle)

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Just a little bit of history repeating.

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Planes or Volcano? What’s emitting the most CO2 per day?
via: sparklefreeze

Planes or Volcano? What’s emitting the most CO2 per day?

via: sparklefreeze

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Iceland’s disruptive volcano: photos from the The Big Picture.

I’m quite fascinated by this event. I’m from england so I find it particualy amazing to look at the NASA satellite photograph of the UK showing the ash plume. I also cannot imagine Heathrow with no flights.

It’s funny how nature reminds that with all the technology and engineering in the world we can be thrown into chaos by acts of nature. Perhaps a good reminder of how we are connected to the world we live in.

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World Water Day - The Big Picture - Boston.com
Floating on dreams and whispers, girls from a West Bank village cool off in the salt-laden waters of the Dead Sea. With its main tributary, the Jordan, at less than a tenth of its former volume, the inland sea has dropped some 70 feet since 1978.
(via @themaninblue)

World Water Day - The Big Picture - Boston.com

Floating on dreams and whispers, girls from a West Bank village cool off in the salt-laden waters of the Dead Sea. With its main tributary, the Jordan, at less than a tenth of its former volume, the inland sea has dropped some 70 feet since 1978.

(via @themaninblue)

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Not only do the largest conservation groups take money from companies deeply implicated in environmental crimes; they have become something like satellite PR offices for the corporations that support them.
The Wrong Kind of Green brings up some tough questions.
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Pee in the shower… it’s good for the environment 
A cute little flash site (with a wee drop ‘English’ translator) that asks do you pee in the shower?

Pee in the shower… it’s good for the environment

A cute little flash site (with a wee drop ‘English’ translator) that asks do you pee in the shower?

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The Wentworth Talks: Peter Cosier
Sydney Theatre Company are joining with the Wentworth Group of Concerned Scientists to present The Wentworth Talks, a series of free bi-monthly presentations and panel discussions at The Wharf led by guest speakers addressing a wide range of topics relating to climate change and the environment.  It’s free, but you need to still book yourself a place.  Details of the first talk below:The Wentworth Talks:Peter CosierThe planet is capable of managing carbon, but are we?Monday 8 February at 7.30pmWharf 1

The Wentworth Talks: Peter Cosier

Sydney Theatre Company are joining with the Wentworth Group of Concerned Scientists to present The Wentworth Talks, a series of free bi-monthly presentations and panel discussions at The Wharf led by guest speakers addressing a wide range of topics relating to climate change and the environment.  It’s free, but you need to still book yourself a place.  Details of the first talk below:

The Wentworth Talks:
Peter Cosier
The planet is capable of managing carbon, but are we?
Monday 8 February at 7.30pm
Wharf 1

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Scientists predict that if we continue fishing as we are now, we will see the end of most seafood by 2048.

THE END OF THE LINE

The first major feature documentary film revealing the impact of overfishing on our oceans.

Imagine an ocean without fish. Imagine your meals without seafood. Imagine the global consequences. This is the future if we do not stop, think and act.

If you love your seafood or appreciate your marine environment, this is one film not to be missed.

When: 6.00pm, Wednesday 25th November
Where: Chauvel Cinema, Paddington
Cost: $20pp
Bookings: Please contact SACF on 02 8251 7875.

All proceeds from this event will support the marine conservation initiatives of Nature Conservation Council and SACF.

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