Photo by Patricia Lake By Kevin Gosztola This week, Polidoc continues its production of Seriously Green. Yesterday, Cynthia McKinney was … Continue reading Cynthia McKinney Unsaddles in D.C. After Cross-Country Bike for Peace
Saturday marked a day of unprecedented international climate actions by activists in 181 countries who are building momentum to inspire … Continue reading International Climate Action Day Storms into San Francisco
Investment in the delivery of clean water sector is always viewed as a high priority, creating costly infrastructure projects like damns that are rife with opportunity for squander. The pain of this financial abuse is hardest felt in impoverished communities worldwide, where up to 30 per cent of funds allocated by international financing institutions (IFI) like the World Bank are dribbled away through corruption. Continue reading Corruption Floats in Water World
Fairfax just enacted its ban or plastic bags in retail locations on May 4, 2009. Larry Bragman, Mayor of the … Continue reading Small Town Mayor Boosts Plastic Bag Ban
During the I Love Mountains rally in Frankfort on Feb. 17, 2009, actor Ashley Judd took the podium to speak … Continue reading Ashley Judd Rails Against Mountain Top Removal
From LATimes Greenspace Environmentalists to sue for disclosure of chemicals in cleaning products The makers of Tide, Ajax and other … Continue reading Household Cleaners Makers Face Lawsuit
The Irish Green Party launched a video contest on YouTube, hoping to utilize the social network to build a stable … Continue reading Irish Green Party Holds YouTube Video Competition – Where’s the Beef?