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 Memorial stone to Assistant Secretary-General of the United Nations and UN Commissioner for Namibia, Bernt Carlsson.

Flight 103: it was the Uranium

Patrick Haseldine

6th January 2014

Mystery continues to surround the 1988 downing of Panam Flight 103 at Lockerbie - who did it, how, and why? After 25 years study of the topic Patrick Haseldine reveals the shocking truth. more...
10:10 Lighter Later campaign

TAKE ACTION: Urge your MP to vote for 10:10's climate-friendly Daylight Saving Bill

Priyanka Mogul

20th January, 2012

Adding an extra hour of daylight would decrease carbon emissions, promote outdoor activities and make travel safer. Make sure your MP supports the Daylight Saving Bill in today's vote more...

The Ecologist February 1972: The value of the ‘underrated’ earthworm

The Ecologist

February 15th, 2012

40 years ago, Cleeland Bean wrote about the value of the earthworm, their integral link in the balance of nature and the dangers faced by chemical farming more...
Ecologist Magazine September 1971

The Ecologist September 1971: the onslaught of globalisation

The Ecologist

17th September 1971

40 years ago Mike Allaby wrote about Tibetan exiles living in Wales and how their success points to hope for maintaining cultural diversity... more...

The Ecologist Top Ten... vinegars

Laura Sevier

9th December, 2010

Whether it's the old favourite Sarson's, trendy balsamic or the more adventurous rice or wine vinegar, it can be used to clean your house, improve your health and spice up your chips – what makes vinegar so special? Laura Sevier picks 10 of the best... more...

Ecologist guide to a green Christmas

Jemima Roberts, Eifion Rees and Matilda Lee

1st November, 2010

From Darina Allen's mountain picnics to Mark Boyle's moneyless meditations and Craig Sams decorating with fungi, 11 environment-minded luminaries tell us what they'll be doing this festive season more...

Ecologist guide to a green Christmas

Jemima Roberts, Eifion Rees and Matilda Lee

1st November, 2010

From Darina Allen's mountain picnics, to Mark Boyle's moneyless meditations and Craig Sams decorating with fungi, 11 environment-minded luminaries tell us what they'll be doing this festive season more...
Carbon

No pressure: the climate film that went too far?

Ecologist

7th October, 2010

Richard Curtis, the writer of Love Actually, this week hastily withdrew a controversial film produced for the 10:10 climate campaign after its contents - which included scenes of children being blown to bits - prompted a public outcry. The removal of the film from the 10:10 website has attracted even more attention to the 4 minute video however - prompting some to suggest that the entire episode was rigged. Judge for yourself... more...
architectural blueprint

What will the coalition Government do about planning law?

Bibi van der Zee

25th May, 2010

Planning - a dull subject that has a direct impact on some of the most important areas of our lives. One proposal to speed up planning has just been scrapped by the new Government. What will replace it, asks Bibi Van Der Zee more...
The Last Parliament

The next parliament will be the last that can act on climate change

Green Alliance

29th April, 2010

The MPs that fill the House of Commons after next week's election have a huge responsibility. What decisions should they make? Leading thinkers give some answers... more...
empty plate

None of the main parties seem to have a clue about food

Pat Thomas

21st April, 2010

In the run up to the British general election, Pat Thomas says the various party manifestos are starved of sound policies on food security and sustainability more...
Lighter later

Should we stay on British Summer Time all year round?

Christine Ottery

20th April, 2010

Will an hour's extra daylight after work make us greener, happier, healthier and safer? A campaign to move the clocks forward by one hour all-year-round says it will... more...

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Election logo

Election 2010: a manifesto checklist for the environment

Tom Levitt

15th April, 2010

How do the Liberal Democrats, Conservatives, Labour and the Green Party measure up on their environmental manifesto pledges? Here's the definitive list... more...
Dan Box

I'd rather vote Labour, but the Tory manifesto is worth a look

Dan Box

14th April, 2010

It goes against his better instincts, but Dan Box finds the hardback blue bible being bashed on the Tory battlebus strangely persuasive... more...
Anne Power

LSE's Anne Power: my recipe for 80 per cent energy savings in your home

Matilda Lee

3rd March, 2010

Anne Power, Professor of Social Policy Housing and Social Exclusion at the London School of Economics, on why nearly all homeowners can afford to insulate properly, and how to save energy on a budget more...

Info-activism: using technology to force social change

Andrew Hickman

19th January, 2010

A must-see documentary explores how campaigners are successfully using new technologies and tactics to change the status quo more...
Brainstorming

CASE STUDY: Community leader training from 10:10

Christine Ottery

22nd December, 2009

The 10:10 campaign rolls out communications workshops for community volunteers across the UK more...
Green books

How to publish a green book

15th December, 2009

Emma Bocking

Pioneers in the publishing industry have been making tracks in reducing the environmental impact of printing and selling books more...
Natalie Merchant

Q & A: Natalie Merchant, musician

Matilda Lee

24th November, 2009

Former lead singer of 10,000 Maniacs and now solo musician, Natalie Merchant, talks about campaigning against cement plants and leafletting her gigs more...
Silhouette of oil pumpjacks in a setting sun

10 resources for tackling climate change

Ecologist

19th June, 2009

They're two of the most important issues of our time. These resources will give you the science, some solutions and a good dose of inspiration to act now more...
Treasury Building, Westminster

Legal challenge to Treasury over RBS investments

Ecologist

2nd July, 2009

A green coalition has brought a legal challenge against the Treasury for refusing to rein-in the Government-owned RBS bank, which continues to invest in polluting industries more...
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EU policy puts us all at risk from particulates

News

19th September, 2007

Limits set by the EU on the maximum amount of particulate matter allowed in our air could be inadequate, a report by the European Respiratory Society (ERS) makes clear. more...
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Europe threatens to sue UK over sulphur dioxide levels

News

4th September, 2007

The Government is facing legal action from the European Commission over levels of sulphur dioxide pollution in East England, the Campaign for Clean Air in London has revealed. more...

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