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The hideous Belgian Blue SUPERCOW. Can people be persuaded to alter their diets for health and sustainability?


Sweden’s energy supply now over 50 percent renewable!

Amazing reality for loss of limb functions: Miguel Nicolelis, A monkey that controls a robot with its thoughts.

Think you’ve got problems? Hyeonseo Lee: My escape from North Korea.

UK gas reserve drops to TWO DAYS as Scotland generates enough renewables to power all it’s homes! –

Cheap coal replaces gas. Thus: “UK’s CO2 emissions up 4.5% in 2012” –

@Guardian: “Americans believe in climate change risks but won’t pay to fix them – survey” –

@actsustainably: Is China a #renewable energy powerhouse? Invaluable insights on a #sustainability #gamechanger in this video.

@GuardianSustBiz: “Is the secret to engaged consumers & genuinely sustainable society, corporations promoting values like altruism?”

@STA_group_eu: Can cities be too dense? Can condos be too tall? Are they built to last?

@tveitdal: Asia cuts its carbon faster than Europe

@BusinessGreen: RHI delayed again – scheme to start in spring 2014

Our response to @BusinessGreen: Excellent. The planet gets hotter whilst the politicians sweat less… Couldn’t make it up.

@HuffPostGreen: Sequestration’s scary impact on mine safety

Our response to @sierraclub: A question towards a solution: Should their execs test the water first by making their kids swim in it prior to release?

Nuclear-free future not an option for UK energy strategy, says chief adviser

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Part of the Problem? or Part of the Solution?

Rampant consumerism.
Widespread unsustainable lifestyles.
Unsustainable business practices.
Damaging and unsustainable travel and transport.
Extensive environmental degradation and biodiversity loss.
These are some of the problems we face.
Energy crisis.
Financial crisis.
Uneducated and un-empowered.
Environmental damage.
Food and water shortage.
Climate change.
Are you part of the problem,
Or are you part of the solution?

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