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The End of the Bluefin Tuna?

The plight of the Bluefin tuna is finally back in the news. Unfortunately, the full, sad story is still not being told. In July 2014, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) said that it is considering a ban on commercial and recreational fishing of the Pacific Bluefin tuna. 1,021 more words

Bluefin Tuna

My Favourite Environmental Reads

Environmental books are definitely on the up as more and more people are conscious of the planet’s wellbeing. Reading is a fantastic way to inspire people to become more ‘environmentally friendly’ but also increase awareness of the pressing issues that don’t always make it onto the news. 520 more words

Environmental News (07/24/14)

1. The Safety Agency At War With Itself

Personnel disputes are tearing the Chemical Safety Board apart, leaving the

panel’s work unfinished—and workers at risk. 103 more words

Environmental Issues

Start at the top to prevent soil erosion

“Treat soil as a resource not a pollutant,” said Mike Harding of Geosyntec Consultants. It takes 10,000 years for nature to make an inch of topsoil.  124 more words

Recent Posts

I am removing all my beef and veal recipes from this blog. Please read why.

Based on this new study that came out in London’s Independent newspaper, I have decided to remove all beef and veal recipes from my blog. You can also replace ground beef in your recipes with ground lamb, preferably from New Zealand as that is the only lamb that is 100% grass fed. 357 more words

Environmental Issues

Earth: The Sequel

Earth: The Sequel takes a unique approach to examining the environmental limits of the planet, and how those limits can spark economic growth and prosperity. Krupp and Horn employ a number of methods to effectively convey the severity of the problem of greenhouse gas emissions that the world currently faces. 568 more words