From the page: "Are you a fan of "Choose Your Own Adventure" novels? Now you have the opportunity to digitally choose your own adventure, under the sea.
The videos, from Greenpeace, chronicle a 2007 expedition to the Bering Sea and two of the world's deepest undersea canyons.
The Zhemchug and Pribilof canyons, which are both larger than Arizona's Grand Canyon, support some of the "most productive large marine ecosystems on the planet," according to Greenpeace. But these environments are also threatened by industrial fishing."
"Greenpeace has a contest going to explore alternatives to our favorite tuna recipes... Here's my attempt"
From the page: "If you like cheese, this is the meal plan for you! After getting over a cold, and getting my taste buds back, I wanted simple recipes that were really comforting. Enter the grilled cheese! Enjoy."
The habitat of the endangered Sumatran tiger is being rapidly destroyed in order to make tissues and paper packaging for consumer products in the west, new research from Greenpeace shows.
For a decade, citizen activists have been standing up to Edison International and calling for the plants to close. View a timeline of this work. Today, the campaign reached a historic victory - the Fisk coal plant in Pilsen will shut down in 2012 and the Crawford coal plant in Little Village will shut down by 2014.
To celebrate the ship's maiden US voyage this month, Charm City Cakes, the same shop featured in Food Network's Ace of Cakes, specially made us a meticulously designed cake that looks just like the ship! They presented it to us yesterday here at our birth at Fell's Point, Baltimore.
Change.org emerges as influential advocate on issues from bullying to bank fees
From the page: "This week's meal plan is brought to you by my favorite new site, Pinterest. The food porn there is outstanding, I mean, really outstanding."
Facebook commits to renewable energy!
pretty awesome... but i wonder if it means we'll start keeping humans in cages too.