Month: February 2012

Dance students involved in Olympics-related ‘Tree of Light’ project

Students of dance (aged 16+), or dancers at an early stage in their careers are currently being sought by the ‘Tree of Light’ project to help put together a fantastic series of performances due to take place in June and

Posted in Ecology

KIER GOES BACK TO SCHOOL

KIER GOES BACK TO SCHOOL Forty directors work with sixth form pupils at Olympic borough school to achieve internationally recognised eco status Sixth form pupils at a school in the London Olympic borough of Waltham Forest have spent two intensive

Posted in Built Environment

IKEA, not just Yellow & Blue

IKEA invests €470 million in renewable energy projects Furniture giant IKEA has released its annual Sustainability Report which reveals an impressive list of green achievements and milestones. The 2011 IKEA Sustainability Report, released yesterday, outlines the sustainability work carried out

Posted in Green Energy

Series of tremors and quakes rock Iceland volcano Katla

Iceland’s huge volcano Katla is stirring into life after tell-tale signs of the potential for an eruption were monitored by observers.   A harmonic tremor has been recorded for two days and small earthquakes have been confirmed at the volcano

Posted in Ecology

Giant Tortoise Reserve

First Reserva de Tortugas (Tortoise Reserve) in the Galapagos QUITO, ECUADOR, Feb. 16, 2011 –  Ecuador’s leading hospitality company for active adventure, Red Mangrove Galapagos and Ecuador Lodges http://www.redmangrove.com/, is creating the first Reserva de Tortugas (Tortoise Reserve) in the

Posted in Eco Tourism