Blog Posts - Environment



Things Unseen

The reductionistic mind doesn’t care for mystery. Unlike a lover, the unknown is a problem to be solved so that the march of nice, neat solutions may continue to march on, unabated. Fear of fuzzy thinking leads to a coldness … Continue readin...

Recruitment in Rajasthan State Pollution Control Board last date 17th Aug-2016

Rajasthan State Pollution Control Board (RSPCB)  4, Institutional Area, Jhalana, Dungri, Jaipur, RajasthanPublished at http://www.SarkariNaukriBlog.com Rajasthan State Pollution Control Board (RSPCB) invites Online application for the followin...

VENEZUELA - Environmental and Economic Disaster

"Oil smuggling brings environmental disaster to Venezuela's economic ruin" PBS NewsHour 7/26/2016ExcerptSUMMARY:  The economic disaster in Venezuela caused by tumbling petrol prices — oil production is the main industry — is also behind an e...
by Mage Soapbox on Aug 1, 2016

ZSI Himalayan Research Associate Posts Apply Online

ZSI  has invited the applications for Research Associate Posts. Applicants can apply for the posts. Candidates are suggested to check the official website regularly. The eligible candidates those fulfilling eligibility criteria for the posts menti...
by omresult.com on Aug 1, 2016

Mining destroying Zambales towns, others

May report pala na kung ano ang sikretong naganap sa Masinloc, Zambales ay siya ring nangyari sa mga lalawigan ng Surigao del Norte, Surigao del Sur, Zamboanga at Eastern Samar at iba pang bahagi ng Pilipinas na kung saan ang mga lupa at panambak na...
by marinduque rising on Aug 1, 2016

Nature Worship

Here I am in a natural setting, with nature close at hand. From these windows I can see mountains, a mercury-smooth lake with fish breaking its silvery sheet, and trees aspiring for the sky. I hear a red squirrel chattering … Continue reading &...

How they flattened two mountains in Zambales for Scarborough Shoal artificial island

China flattened Zambales mountain for Scarborough Shoal reclamation - governorBy: Erwin Tulfo,| InterAksyonChinese ships are seen off Masinloc, Zambales, in file photo. VERA FILESIf the allegations of the new governor of Zambales are correct, the Phi...
by marinduque rising on Jul 30, 2016

DESIGN A SUSTAINABLE LIFESTYLE: How making mindful, conscious choices can help us live better

“Treat Nature well, and Nature will treat you well. Hurt or destroy Nature, and Nature will soon destroy you.” – Aldous Huxley, Island Contrary to […] Continue reading at The Mindful Word journal of engaged living [http://www...
by The Mindful Word on Jul 26, 2016

בישראל חוזרים לחוף הים!/Israel Back to the Beach!

by Esser Agaroth on Jul 26, 2016

Not a great start

Some of the choices made by our New Prime Minister as she assembled her Cabinet over the last few days are already showing signs of strain which is of concern to many people including myself. Perhaps more importantly, these problems … Continue...
by IanChisnall on Jul 21, 2016

More things stay the same, more we retrogress

Within six months of Abbott and the Coalition seizing power in the 2013 Australian election, decades—if not centuries—of environmental damage and retrograde policies unfolded. But this was no run-of-the-mill incompetence and neglect by government...
by Conservation Bytes on Jul 20, 2016

Java Runtime Environment Version 8 Update 101 32Bit And 64Bit silent

Note:1- Silent install2- Update disabled3- Update Scheduler Startup disabled4- Start menu shortcut removed5- Only start menu shortcut removed in WinXP (Java will install as default installer)6- Any old version will be uninstalled first7- Close any pr...

White Box Home Contains a Tropical Enclave in Sunny Australia

Tim Ditchfield Architects’ White Box project houses a small piece of paradise in Noosaville, Australia.  The street-facing front of the home includes a walled courtyard that gives the space privacy from coming and going traffic. The back wall, ho...
by khairuddinuad on Jul 18, 2016

Lies and Half Truths about Great Lakes Water Use

Recently the blogosphere and news sites have been bristling that Barak Obama somehow has just now starting to allow water from Great Lakes region to be pumped and sold to China. What’s worse is that none of these blog authors are checking the facts...
by Thumbwind on Jul 18, 2016

Food waste – time to write

Last Monday Parliaments Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (EFRA) Committee launched an inquiry into the economic, social, and environmental impact of food waste in England. They have invited people to write to them over the next few months with a &...
by IanChisnall on Jul 18, 2016

Packaging – the bane of the environment

Would you prefer your tomatoes straight from the vendor on a cart who stops by your home or would you prefer them home delivered, slickly wrapped in cellophane and other packaging ? Packaged goods... The post Packaging – the bane of...
by Divorced Doodling on Jul 17, 2016

Current Affairs June 2016 Important Questions Answers.

Current Affairs June 2016 Important Questions Answers Very Helpful for all Examinations. Top 50 Most Important Questions and Answers from Current Affairs – June 2016. Read it All to increase your Current-Affairs Skills. Question and Answers Que...
by gkquestionbank on Jul 17, 2016

Cruise Lines Continue to Support Mass Murder of Whales in Faroe Islands

#expeditioncruising by Jim Walker - Walker & O'Neill Maritime LawyersYesterday, residents in the Faroe Islands brutally slaughtered a pod of 30-50 pilot whales in the Danish island's annual gruesome, grindadráp (grind). The Sea Shepherd organiz...
by Expedition Cruising on Jul 17, 2016

Gifting Ideas by Fabindia at Giftex 2016

Express appreciation for your friends, family and associates with Fabindia. To make gifting as joyful as receiving it, Fabindia brings you our exciting range of products. With a dedicated team of professions, Fabindia provides assistance in selection...
by Official Giftex Blog on Jul 16, 2016

Why Ecosocialism Today?

Written by Joel Kovel and first published at New SocialistHomo sapiens has been contending with its effects on nature since Paleolithic days and the first great extinctions wrought by hunting bands. But it was not until the 1970s that these became ex...
by London Green Left on Jul 14, 2016


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