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IRENA Produces Free Global Renewable Energy Atlas

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It’s a sea-change for a region so linked to the hydrocarbon,  but new clean energy initiatives are heating up the Middle East.

The cudgel

Green (Living) Review

by Michael Smith (Veshengro) We live in a dangerous world, just as men have done throughout the ages. What could be more convenient? Or natural?

50 Gulf Companies Voluntarily Cut Energy and Water Use

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And so far, those numbers are outstanding. Image of Dubai , Shutterstock.

Planning Minister wants to relax planning laws in our National Parks

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by Michael Smith (Veshengro) In his latest wheeze the Planning Minister – yes, him again – is now looking to relax the planning laws governing National Parks to force through the erection of broadband masts and equipment to enable the speedier roll out of the service. What happened to key decisions being taken locally?

Watch Animal Planet’s 2013 Puppy Bowl Today


Animal Planet's 2013 Puppy Bowl airs today showcasing the adorable football skills of rescue pooches. Read More The post Watch Animal Planet’s 2013 Puppy Bowl Today appeared first on Ecorazzi. Animals Entertainment Featured Film/TV News Video

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Sultan Saeed Al Darmaki Says “Leave the Birds Alone”

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He has published his first official book, entitled Leave the Birds Alone. ”  The title found him; he didn’t have to search for it.

Great Barrier Reef Scorecard Highlights Risk to World Heritage Status


That deadline expires today. “These dismal scores

We Are Not in a Post Litter Era?


wasn’t naive enough to think that littering didn't happen. So my optimism was a bit crushed on our National Day of Service last weekend.

The Big Belch Graphic Novel Needs a Few More Hundred


Two baby boomers, a parrot and a French bulldog take on a greedy oil company to save the world. So starts the entry on kickstarter by one of our readers Kay Wood, and she's looking for $2500 to get this off the ground. And can this horror be foiled by a most unusual team of environmental crime fighters?