The Taliban Compromise Forests to Back Their Missions

Illegal timber trade encouraged by the Taliban is destroying forests in Pakistan
by Oana Grigoras, January 17th, 2012
 

4,000 Pay-As-You-Go Solar Units to Be Sent to Africa

The new solar units, cheaper than kerosene lamps, will improve the lives of Africans
by Oana Grigoras, January 17th, 2012
 

Fort Hood to Stop Sending Waste to Landfills

The Army post wants to boost recycling rates while reaching a zero-waste standard
by Oana Grigoras, January 16th, 2012
Bank of America ATMs Defaced by Activists

Bank of America ATMs Defaced by Activists

by Oana Grigoras, January 14th, 2012
Activists behind this project want to show that Bank of America is far from going green
 

Robotic Farms to Restore Japan's Balance

Robotic farms are expected to revive Japan's agriculture, compromised by the tsunami
by Oana Grigoras, January 13th, 2012
 

Thai Authorities Stop Hundreds of Dogs from Ending on Dinner Tables

Dog dishes are considered a delicacy in Vietnam and are served in luxurious restaurants
by Oana Grigoras, January 12th, 2012
 

Greenpeace Slams Water Pollution in the Philippines

Greenpeace is counting on the help of major brands for its ongoing 'Detox' campaign
by Oana Grigoras, January 12th, 2012
 

Smokeless Wood Stove Praised by NASA Greens Up El Salvador

The smokeless wood stove concept can curb the number of respiratory problems
by Oana Grigoras, January 12th, 2012
 

New Technology to Help Us Drink Toilet Water

A recent report shows that municipal wastewater could be purified to drinking standards
by Oana Grigoras, January 12th, 2012
Golden Globes 2012: The Exquisite Menu Raises Controversy

Golden Globes 2012: The Exquisite Menu Raises Controversy

by Oana Grigoras, January 11th, 2012
Global Green U.S.A notes that the imported ingredients have a high carbon footprint
 

More Disabled Children Because of Pesticide Abuse

An alarming number of disabled children is linked to endosulfan contamination in India
by Oana Grigoras, January 11th, 2012
 

Animal Testing to Be Curbed Due to Nanosensors

Nanosensors establishing the state of health of cells could soon replace animal testing
by Oana Grigoras, January 11th, 2012
 

The Olympic Site Courted by Eco-Friendly Farmers

Farmers plan to transform the Olympic site into a giant urban garden after the games
by Oana Grigoras, January 11th, 2012
 

Wearable LED Gadget Fights the 'Winter Blues'

The head-mounted LED-equipped gadget is expected to cure seasonal affective disorder
by Oana Grigoras, January 9th, 2012
 
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