The nation is on the move for the big family holiday; the President even opened up military airspace to provide additional capacity. Between the meat consumed and the travelling being done, American Thanksgiving must have one whacking huge carbon
In a belated attempt to (finally) stem the growing tide of aggressive overfishing, the U.S. is calling on the International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas (ICCAT) to enact a 3-5 year ban on bluefin tuna
Might the Volitan presage a new generation of lightweight, fully sustainable boats? It certainly sounds good on paper: the futuristic vessel would use solid sails - equipped with double layer solar cell panels - to harness both wind and solar energy
Due to security issues, the date has not been released yet, but we are happy to announce that Middle East environmentalists are putting political pet peeves aside to focus on one goal: preserving the environment.
When bird flu took the life of 3 of the other girls in her village in Turkey, Naz Belkaya, one of Action for Nature’s Young Eco-Heroes was motivated by the tragedy to help educate her community about both the bird flu and the environment..
A new, 130-megawatt wind power project is to be built in southeastern Turkey. It will more than double the country’s installed wind capacity. The wind park will feature 52 wind turbines built by GE, each rated at 2.5 megawatts. This will be the
The Biblical Noah's Ark is making new waves—if you'd forgive the expression—but not as a refuge from the Almighty's torrential wrath. Subbing for God's faithful shipbuilder are some 20 Greenpeace volunteers from Germany and Turkey, who have already
Our interview continues, with the team at Nau, a new outdoor apparel company, chasing the goals of beauty, performance and sustainability. Today we delve more into their business practices. Visit here for the first installment, where Ian Yolles, with
The turkeys on our Thanksgiving dinner tables this year are different from the ones the Pilgrims had at the first Thanksgiving. Nearly all of the 50 million turkeys Americans will eat on Thursday will come from animal factories. While raising turkeys