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People's Climate March

Come on folks, it’s time to stand up and tell our government the people want clean energy and we want it now



What Francis told Radio 4 about fracking and methane emissions, water use, contamination and jobs

30th July 2014

Francis Egan, chief executive of the drilling company, Cuadrilla, went on the radio yesterday to answer questions from listeners about fracking.

Mr Egan rarely gives interviews or answers questions from journalists. 1,324 more words

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Punishing Pet Owners for Not Picking Up

If you’ve been paying attention to the media lately, there are a number of rental properties all over the world taking punitive action against pet owners for not picking up after their dogs. 314 more words

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blooming desert ...

Following two earlier posts on the Great Sandy Desert, some more colour, click to enlarge …


A Birth in Gaza

To those unknowing of my childhood my enigmatic and disconnected behaviour must have seemed odd and possibly uncivilised. In youth I could not see beyond getting by and surviving day by day; ‘learning’ was another country where less damaged people lived. 475 more words


A Threat to Cambodia’s Sacred Forests

In a remote valley in southwest Cambodia, an indigenous group fights to protect its homes from the looming construction of a hydroelectric dam. In southwest Cambodia, at the foot of the Cardamom Mountains, is a single dirt road that meanders through the heart of the pristine Areng valley. 346 more words



Grape is a woody vine that produces clusters of edible berries. They can be eaten raw or can be used to process wine and other products such as jam and grape juice. 657 more words