Massive Air Pollution from Shipping

Large ships currently use heavy fuel oil with 3.5% sulphur. This needs to go down to at least 0.5% (one seventh). The problem apparently is that reducing the toxic emissions would double the cost for ship operators. It seems that in shipping and political circles human life has a …

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Cruise Liners are Heavy Air Polluters

Passengers on cruise ships could be exposing themselves to dangerous levels of pollution, according to an investigation by UK’s Channel 4’s Dispatches team that found some public areas on the ships’ decks were more polluted than the world’s worst-affected cities. The undercover …

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Malta Has Lost Its Way

In Malta our relationship with the natural world is, to use kind words, disconnected from reality. We choose to exploit our corner of the natural world rather than listen to what nature’s life support system is telling us. We encourage a …

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Meet Sea Shepherd

Sea Shepherd, Nature’s Delta Force.
“Mission – To defend, conserve and protect our oceans.”
Sea Shepherd is an international, non-profit marine conservation organization that engages in direct action campaigns to defend wildlife, and conserve and protect the world’s oceans from …

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The Story of Stuff

We have a problem with Stuff: we have too much of it, too much of it is toxic and we don’t share it very well. But that’s not the way things have to be. That’s the challenge our founder Annie Leonard unpacked in her groundbreaking 2007 online documentary, The Story of Stuff, which …

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Man Vs Earth – Prince Ea

We have no right to destroy any other life form. We have the capability to destroy other forms of life, therefore we have the responsibility to see that …

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Cigarettes Kill Wildlife

Smoking kills 7 million people a year globally, and it scars the planet through deforestation, pollution and littering. Details of the environmental cost …

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