Icebreaker's Journey Cruise Dress, Spring 2012. Photo: Icebreaker
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Things are looking bleak for wildlife in New Zealand as the disastrous oil spill grows even worse. Oil-soaked penguins lose their natural ability to keep warm, and risk ingesting oil as they preen their feathers. So a yarn store in New
The ongoing oil spill off the coast of New Zealand began nearly two weeks ago, but it will get worse before it gets better, officials predict. Much worse. Since the Rena ran aground on a reef, oil has been steadily but slowly
Since the Rena, a Liberian ship, ran aground on a reef off the coast of New Zealand 10 days ago, an environmental catastrophe has been brewing. Oil is spilling into the ocean, harming wildlife and reaching shore.
The oil spill off the New Zealand coast, already the country's worst environmental disaster in decades, continues to worsen. Severe weather has been rocking the Rena, knocking its cargo into the sea. The gap in its hull is widening,
The ongoing oil spill off the coast of New Zealand is going to get "significantly worse," according to the country's Environment Minister Nick Smith. Overnight, efforts to recover the 1,700 tons of oil on board the Rena, the
The latest talking point emanating from the friends of coal and oil seems to be that pursuing clean energy is based on "ideology", rather than "what works". But that only makes sense if "what works" is defined as decimating
Every day, countless threatened and endangered species inch ever closer to the point of extinction -- but it's rare indeed to have one, thought lost to the ages, make such a comeback. For over 150 years, biologists believed a
In the 1960's sitcom Gilligan's Island, it seemed there was nothing resident smarty-pants 'The Professor' couldn't do with a simple coconut and a bit of know-how -- except maybe craft a boat to actually make it off their desert isle.
Just over seven days after biologists from New Zealand's Wellington Zoo released their famous surprise guest, a wayward emperor penguin named Happy Feet, back into the waters of the Southern Ocean to make his way home,