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Posts by: Richard

Our very rich government ministers (13 are millionaires) seem to think that doing away with planning controls in the countryside is a good idea.

The British Countryside […]

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Let there be light

On November 2, 2011 By

Information about a solar powered project to bring light to communities in South Africa.

What impact does a power cut have on you?  Imagine not having electricity at […]

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To see how well countries are living up to their potential to help, scoring adjusts for size. So small countries can beat big ones. Scores are scaled so 5 is […]

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Environmental group Sea Shepherd is sending 3 ships to try to inhibit the the catching of whales by the Japanese fleet.

These ‘battles’ in the past have been […]

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Entire villages have been submerged in northern Thailand amd 280 have lost their lives, and the flood waters now threaten Bangkok.

The flooding hs been triggered by high monsoon rains.

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I am sure there will be numerous more posts on this milestone.  It is symbolically important as it represents another marker in the growth of the world’s population.

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In response to poor soil management researchers from World Agroforestry Centre believe planting certain tree species can result in nitrogen fixing and greater crop yields.

The trees can […]

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Your impact – YES YOU!

On October 15, 2011 By

Oi! Read this!

Are you aware of how you are damaging the world’s ecosystems, and the lives of millions of people?  Read here   And then do […]

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