That first movie "2012" was fairly dramatic and yet pretty much only scary until you exited the multiplex. It was just far-fetched enough to make you think it would never happen. Though playing off a similar idea - that some type of catastrophic
Republican termites excavating climate ark timbers. Image credit:Aacute Pest Control.
The metaphorical climate ark.
I once thought that Europeans were building a metaphorical climate ark - taxing motor fuels heavily; implementing stringent codes for
agraham999 wants your opinion on the relationship between the two:
My concern is that the bible is replete with quotes regarding the care of creation...and it seems strange that the people often maligned as
Given the combative nature of recent discussions on TreeHugger, I am bracing myself for a slew of comments about environmentalism being a religion for this one. But just as burgers being food does not imply that all
There is a new player in the animal rights game...one that could be a game changer. It seems that when the topic of animal rights comes up, emotions are stirred on all sides. Millions support the basic
Yesterday, creatures of all kinds, from dogs and cats, to ferrets, pigs and partridges, arrived to the Church of San Anton in Madrid to receive a blessing in honor of the patron saint of animals. The day was marked with a parade
From Copenhagen's gargantuan carbon footprint to Al Gore's emissions there's no shortage of people complaining about the carbon emitted by those who want to cut carbon. But many are trying to keep this in check. A
Not twelve hours before the streets between central Copenhagen and the Bella Center were filled in what's been dubbed the world's largest climate change demonstration, a smaller but no less enthusiastic group took to the
With the holiday here in the U.S. last week, we are a bit late with announcing our most recent Carnival of the Green. Nevertheless, our friend Don Bosch at the Evangelical Ecologist has gathered and organized all of the entries for Carnival of the