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Before They Pass Away Condemned

Renowned photographer Timothy Allen has joined tribal people around the world in condemning Jimmy Nelson’s work “Before They Pass Away”, which is due to open at the Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery in New York in February 2015. … [Read more...]

Rumm Energy Management company deal

Specialist energy management company RUMM, has signed al multimillion pound deal in the USA, licensing the company’s technology and methodology. … [Read more...]

Setbacks for Natural Gas

In Asia, free-market prices of LNG (liquefied natural gas) have almost halved over the past five months. Japan, for example, has been buying at $11 per unit, compared to $20 as recently as February. The reasons include reduced inventory-building in Japan and Korea ahead of nuclear power start-ups, softer economic … [Read more...]

Global freezing

Global freezing: January was “the third coldest… on record” for the 48 contiguous US states and “broke more than 4,800 snowfall records, reports climatologist Evelyn Browning … [Read more...]

German museum controversy

A German museum set up to promote greater understanding of Native American culture is embroiled in controversy after refusing to hand back American Indian scalps to their modern-day descendants. … [Read more...]

Davi Kopenawa to visit USA

Davi Kopenawa, an Amazonian shaman and spokesman for Brazil’s Yanomami tribe will make a rare visit to California (USA) in April 2014, to talk about the urgent need to safeguard the world’s rainforests for future generations, and his connection with the spirit world. … [Read more...]

Miners new solar employment

Morgantown - In Central Appalachia there has been a group dedicated to creating alternative energy jobs in the area. It is a building first for the West Virginia southern coalfields region - rooftop solar panels, put together by the unemployed and underemployed coal miners and contractors of the region. … [Read more...]

Gas exploration plans in Heritage site

A report leaked to British newspaper The Guardian has revealed secret plans by Argentine gas giant Pluspetrol to explore for natural gas in an area inhabited by uncontacted tribes in southeast Peru. … [Read more...]

Shower Water and Sustainable Living

Sustainable living is often discussed in length without truly making an impact on the normal day to day person. We live in a world where waste plays a major role without us realising it. … [Read more...]

Sustainable Travel International and Ecoism

Global non-profit Sustainable Travel International and ecoism, the sustainable tourism and strategic marketing firm, are determined to advance responsible travel and tourism globally. The new strategic partnership will help clients across all sectors of travel and tourism benefit from the extensive marketing, … [Read more...]