Soda blues: What you’re really sipping »


  If you thought sipping a soda brought you happiness (like this advert on the link before implies), think again!  Here’s an interesting infograph posted by an insurance company on the effects of consuming…

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The Critically Endangered Irrawaddy Dolphins of the Mekong River »

Irrawaddy Dolphin Photo by WWF Cambodia

By Bhavani Prakash The 7000 or so Irrawaddy Dolphins still left in the world (and labelled vulnerable on the…

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Duane Elgin: Voluntary simplicity for a regenerative future »

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DUANE ELGIN is a visionary writer, speaker, social scientist and educator. Born in the USA, and based in Fairfax,…

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Research Insights: Five Principles for Teaching Youth about Green Living »

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By James H. Wandersee & Renee M. Clary We have found that one of the best ways to engage…

Oct 19 2013 / No Comment / Read More »

A J Mithra: Zoomusic as a barometer to determine the ecological status of a given environment »

AJ MIthra- Recording Bird Calls

By  Preethi N Kumar  A J Mithra, a music teacher at MCC Campus Matriculation School, Chennai, India chats with Preethi N…

Oct 17 2012 / 4 Comments / Read More »

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by Sahana Singh I have just discovered a new fact about America. Most American households do not throw their kitchen waste in the garbage bin; they throw it down their drains. An interesting contraption installed under the kitchen sink called the garbage disposal unit captures the food waste, shreds it into small pieces (less than 2mm) after…

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Duane Elgin: Voluntary simplicity for a regenerative future »

DUANE ELGIN is a visionary writer, speaker, social scientist and educator. Born in the USA, and based in Fairfax, California, he runs an open-source collaborative project called ‘Great Transition Stories‘  which shares narratives from a variety of trusted sources to understand the human journey, and offer hope for pathways into a sustainable future. Duane was described…

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Responses: How effective are Garbage Enzymes? »

by Bhavani Prakash I’m very happy to note that the article on “How to Make and Use Garbage Enzymes” has stirred a lot of discussion and this has been an opportunity to clarify where the science lies. I had endorsed Garbage Enzymes enthusiastically as I have personally heard gardeners speak of the positively about the…

Mar 4 2011 / 1 Comment / Read More »
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Why We Should Have The Green Corridor »

by Eugene Tay Nowadays people know the price of everything and the value of nothing. – Oscar Wilde Nature Society (Singapore) (NSS) has submitted a proposal,The Green Corridor: A Proposal to Keep the Railway Lands as a Continous Green Corridor, to the Singapore government on 21 October 2010. NSS proposes to retain the current KTM…

Mar 26 2011 / No Comment / Read More »

A Mega List of Green Lists: The best of 2009 and beyond »

A brand New Year, a brand New Decade! A great time to ponder over all the good and not so good green stuff over the last decade, and in particular 2009.  An appropriate time too, to look ahead in anticipation of the decade ahead.  I’ve compiled a “mega list of green lists” that I really enjoyed poring…

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By Bhavani Prakash   If you imagine Planet Earth having a routine health check, the Living Planet (LPR) report would be its biennial diagnostic report. The study is a science…

Jun 19 2012 / 2 Comments / Read More »

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By Bhavani Prakash One of the so-called “successes” of the COP16 Climate Summit at Cancun, Mexico last year was the proposed $30…

Jun 2 2011 / 4 Comments / Read More »

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by Bhavani Prakash Allowing a beautiful large mammal that has evolved over millions of years to disappear forever,  is a monumental failure…

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“The heart smart oil free cookbook” co-authored by Mayura Mohta and George Jacobs was recently launched  in Singapore. The cookbook features delicious plant based recipes from skilled chefs and global nutrition…

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