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Green Living Today for a Greener Tomorrow

It seems that nowadays everything is about Green Living. It’s all over the media, it is in our grocery stores, featured on many products and it even seems like even local schools... Read more

Subaru Aims Percent Fuel Economy Boost 2015 Paperblog Pick in Environment

Subaru Aims for 30 Percent Fuel Economy Boost by 2015

With the lowest Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) ranking for imported passenger cars from Asia in 2011 (30.6 miles per gallon), Subaru has announced plans to increase its... Read more


  • Different Animal Tracks

    Different Animal Tracks

    Otter Tracks Having almost completely disappeared from British waterways in the 1970s, efforts to save Otters from extinction have proved to be working.... Read more

    The 09 September 2011 by   Azanimals
  • Cleanest Air in the World

    Cleanest World

    In a ranking released by the World Health Organization (WHO) this week, Estonia topped the list as the country with the best overall air quality. Mauritius was... Read more

    The 28 September 2011 by   2ndgreenrevolution
  • Featured Animal: Emperor Tamarin

    Featured Animal: Emperor Tamarin

    The Emperor tamarin is a small species of monkey found in the forests of South America. The Emperor tamarin was named because of it's elegant white moustache,... Read more

    The 30 September 2011 by   Azanimals
  • From Norweigien Oil Field to Floating Hotel: Sleep-able Escape Pod

    From Norweigien Field Floating Hotel: Sleep-able Escape

    Now this is recycling. Not that you’d easily decide to spend the night in one – they cost about $100 per stay and are definitely not the most comfortable lookin... Read more

    The 08 September 2011 by   2ndgreenrevolution
  • Per Capita Oil Consumption Around the World: Good News/Bad News

    Capita Consumption Around World: Good News/Bad News

    From the chart below, it is apparent that wealthier countries have curtailed their oil consumption per person since the 1970′s oil crisis. Saudi Arabia... Read more

    The 26 September 2011 by   2ndgreenrevolution
  • Graphic Design Charity Poster

    Graphic Design Charity Poster

    World Youth International Australia (WYI) is a not for profit, non-religious & non-political international development organisation that offers people over... Read more

    The 09 September 2011 by   Shadesofgreen
  • Featured Animal: Monte Iberia Eleuth

    Featured Animal: Monte Iberia Eleuth

    The Monte Iberia Eleuth is a tiny species of frog that, as it's name suggests, is natively found in the woodlands around Mount Iberia. The Monte Iberia Eleuth i... Read more

    The 15 September 2011 by   Azanimals
  • The Future of Our Birds: Water Conservation by Phyllis

    Future Birds: Water Conservation Phyllis

    Welcome to Magnificent Monday and let's have a great week with our words and photographs on conservation!!!Being a nature photographer, I'm constantly... Read more

    The 05 September 2011 by   Jpbrandanophoto
  • Farmers Cry Wolf?

    Farmers Wolf?

    The grey wolf (Canus Lupis) is seen as a mysterious animal by most due to an association with folk stories. These stories make the wolf either a hero or... Read more

    The 09 September 2011 by   Haleydolton
  • Try an Automotive Part Recycler

    Automotive Part Recycler

    Next time you need car parts, why not go to a local auto parts recycler, or go on the internet to find one near your and chances are they may have what you need... Read more

    The 01 September 2011 by   T_mackinnon