By on December 24th, 2008

It’s also sadly true. Just today, another report was released that supported the Reality Campaign’s message: coal companies are spending huge sums of money marketing coal as “clean” rather than actually making it so.

By on November 29th, 2008

Lillidom’s goal is to create fashionable clothes for kids and to ensure that these are made in safe and sustainable conditions whereby encouraging families in here to adopt a more conscientious consumption habits. For more information click Here

By on October 15th, 2008


Don’t net what you don’t need! from WWF on Vimeo.

Modern fishing gear is very efficient at catching fish. As well as many other unwanted / untargeted creatures in its path. These other animals are called bycatch. They are often thrown back into the ocean. Dying. Or dead. Find out more at panda.org/bycatch

By on August 12th, 2008

The Osisko Festival held in Rouyn-Noranda, Quebec, Canada this weekend was a great success with its best attendance ever. Featuring one of the 70’s biggest band “CCR” and Canadian Pop Rock Artist David Usher the crowd was going crazy.

We recently wrote about the Ottawa Bluesfest going green and I’m very happy to once again be able to talk to you about another green festival. Ok this festival may not be as big as the Ottawa Bluesfest but the organizers of these events sure are doing a great job at keeping an environmentally friendly aspect. Every few meters on the site you could find a container separating cans and bottles, recyclables and garbage. Also, volunteers were doing a very good job at keeping these containers usable by regularly emptying them.

These photos show volunteers sorting out the empty cans and loading them into the Pepsi truck.

Keep up the good work Osisko!



By on July 21st, 2008


High gas prices are causing some major movements in the transport industry. In the car market we see more and more green cars coming out. We see mail services buying full fleets of hybrid and electric trucks and especially in Europe. Even airlines have to make some changes like reducing their airplanes weight or reducing the amount of available flights to maximize seating capacity of aircrafts.

WatchMojo.com sits down with Richard Gilbert & Anthony Perl, authors of “Transport Revolutions: Moving People Without Freight And Oil” to discuss the other options in sight. For more information click Here

By on July 15th, 2008

Being green! It may sound complicated and time consuming but it’s actually the opposite. All around us we see new gadgets and technologies that are supposedly eco-friendly. Well thats what companies are telling us. They try to make you think that you need to buy their expensive products in order to be green.

What you need to know is that you don’t need to pay a cent to go green. You can actually save money when doing so. It’s simple things like turning off the light whenever possible or using cold water to clean your clothes that make the big difference.

Visitors at the Peggy Notabaert Nature Museum in Chicago are unveiling their eco-resolutions:

Take an eco-resolution yourself and see the impact it can have on your daily life.

If you have any suggestion on the subject please leave us a comment.

By on May 12th, 2008

CLEAR FORK, West Virginia (Reuters) – Both Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama are talking more about “clean coal” and less about global warming as they woo voters in West Virginia and Kentucky — two states that sit at the heart of the nation’s coal economy.

In a bid to draw voters ahead of Democratic primaries in West Virginia on Tuesday and Kentucky on May 20, both candidates are playing up the ascendant role of commercially untested and so far economically nonviable ways of converting America’s plentiful coal supplies into electricity without spewing massive quantities of heat-trapping greenhouse gases.

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By on May 7th, 2008

Peruvian authorities move quickly to contain 1,500 gallons of fuel that spilled from a U.S. tanker in Pisco.

The Peruvian city of Pisco is in the country’s Ica Region. The oil spill happened some 38 kilometers from the region’s Paracas National Reserve, home to a rich concentration of sea and bird life.

Michelle Carlile-Alkhouri reports.