I love my technology: from my mobile phone and computer, to the iPads for the kids. However as I write this, I am also conscious of the fact that there are hundreds of schools across Europe removing WI-Fi, and countries like Germany actively encourage its citizens to avoid it and use hard wired connections instead. [...]Read More ...
Organic vs. Non-Organic What foods should you buy organic? It seems like the organic section of the grocery store is expanding, but are organics worth the price? The group of foods that you should buy organically are called “The Dirty Dozen”; these foods still have pesticides even after they are washed. The Dirty Dozen [...]Read More ...
A night sky overwhelmed by glittering stars, shining over the desert dunes while two Bedouin men stand and look on — this photo could well be George Lewis’s most eye-catching photograph in his latest exhibition. “I shot this with the Rasheedi tribe in Kuwait, when I used to live with them. They gave me a [...]Read More ...
Dubai: The first cluster of 100 villas and townhouses at the Dubai Sustainable City will be delivered by the end of 2014, the developer said on the sidelines of the International Property Show (IPS) yesterday. Construction of the villas, ranging in size from 3100 square foot to 4200 square foot, will begin in July, said [...]Read More ...
You’ve probably never heard of him, and for years Jeremy Grantham liked it that way. But now the man who made billions by predicting every recent financial crisis is speaking out. One icy morning in February, a train pulled into Washington DC. It was loaded with environmentalists planning to handcuff themselves to the gates [...]Read More ...
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