WWF’s New Green Roof is a Sight to Behold

October 14, 2010 / No Comments

Work was competed last month on the third largest green roof garden located in the city of Washington D.C. the initiative was carried out by WWF – The World Wildlife Fund – on their building as part of their efforts to create a model world home that was good for the environment.

Hungary Industrial Sludge Leak Pushes People to Suffer Zone

October 6, 2010 / No Comments

Industrial sludge disaster has spurred the Hungarian government to decare a state of Emergency. Toxic sludge leaked from a reservoir at the Ajkai Timfoldgyar Zrt alumina plant in the town of Ajka, located about 160 km south-west of the capital of Hungary leaving four people are dead and six missing. The sludge contains heavy metals such as lead which is ...

Climate Care Day Urges People to Quit Business Travel For a Day

March 11, 2010 / 1 Comment

Reduced business travel can have a marked effect on the environment, and all the technologies at our disposal today would mean that businesses wouldn’t suffer for lack of such travel. Probably with this in mind, Arkadin Global Conferencing has announced the launch of Climate Care day, a day when businesses large and small, are urged to replace business travel with ...

2400+ Cities Across the Planet to Go Dark for Earth Hour

March 26, 2009 / No Comments

A huge movement that packs plenty of fanfare and significance,  Earth Hour is an annual worldwide event— much needed from a green outlook. For people to understand the significance of energy (consumption) and the major role it plays, this year more than 2400 cities are going to do their good deed. Original image by sacharules When is Earth Hour? Created by the WWF ...