May 30, 2013
Robert Geneid - Ecotourism

How Prince Albert II and Robert Geneid Helped Promote the Evolution of Ecotourism in Asia

The rise of ecotourism in Asia might be one of the more under-reported major stories of the year. Ecotourism is generally understood as smaller scale tourism […]
April 15, 2013
Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque

The Scales of Solar Power

Urban schemes for going green involve a special kind of genius. After all, the primary stuff of cities is concrete, steel, and glass. Solar panels no […]
April 14, 2013
Philippe Cousteau

Water is Life

Everywhere I look in the mainstream press lately, green issues are increasingly dominating our political and social landscape – philanthropists too, are seeing the necessity and bigger […]
April 10, 2013
Hollywood is coming to China

Hollywood: The Great Reformer

Chinese President Xi Jinping has been a busy leader since taking office recently. Trips to Russia and Africa are just the beginning of his new PR-savvy […]
April 4, 2013
President Barack Obama

Obama Fighting for Green

It’s rare that politicians take a longer-view of their policy implementation –longer than the next election cycle, that is. It’s understandable in one way, the chessboard […]
March 28, 2013
Clean Energy

New Hope for the Energy Crisis

Energy Crisis might be two words that the average person would not necessarily put together. Sure, much has been made of the climate issues in the […]
March 12, 2013
Size of Wales

What’s in a Name?

It’s nice to see news about grassroots organizations that manage to deliver tangible results and do it with equal parts mirth and moxie. The BBC’s environmental […]
February 13, 2013
David Miliband

New Laws for the High Seas

Former UK foreign secretary and brother of Labour party leader Ed Miliband, David Miliband is leading the charge on saving the world’s oceans. It’s encouraging to […]
February 7, 2013
Plastic Bags

Retraining Our Minds and Pausing the Plastic

It dawned on me when I was buying fruit in a local grocery store, how unnecessary plastic bags were for the apples and oranges – just […]