According to the backgrounder by The Economic Times: A lethal plume of methyl isocyanate (MIC) gas escaped from a storage tank at the Union Carbide
I chance upon The Artist Farm recently, and soon find myself reading post after post on a wide range of interesting topics. One particular post that
From the Master of Simplicity comes a pathbreaking post on a new blog, appropriately titled ‘mnmlist’. Here’s just a minimal extract… But there’s more to buying less.
I was surprised to read on TechSoup about the environmental impact that PCs have : According to the Electronics TakeBack Coalition, manufacturing one desktop computer
Why is the number 350 so important? According 350.org : There are three numbers you need to really understand global warming, 275, 390, and 350. For
I chanced upon a Guardian story of May 2008 entitled ‘Breeding toxins from dead PCs‘ that described how children are dying to clear up the developed world’s
Thanks to a link from one of Atanu’s posts, I discovered the amazingly powerful and insightful data graph of GapMinder on the state of the
I must confess, as someone who cares about the environment, when I first read about the concept of Earth Hour, my immediate reaction was not
I was browsing through a local financial daily – LiveMint – when an interesting headline caught my eye: “Two Planets for Greed“, it read. And,
What if I told you there was a search engine out there that was actually better than Google?! Well, okay, I’m cheating a little. But,
What happens when the act of observing changes the very nature of what is being observed? What happens when Science transcends the boundaries of Politics? What happens when Man decides to play God? These questions troubled me as I flicked through some less-frequented pages in the local daily. So I decided to Google it, to find out more. Turns out, it was all true !!!
I was researching Hong Kong as a destination of work, for a friend who was thinking of taking up a job there, and came to the realization that good information on what it is like to live in a city, is hard to find. Anyway, through the course of my excavations, I chanced upon a rather interesting website – Batgung – maintained by two expats who’ve been living in Hong Kong for over a decade… And, through them, learned that Hong Kong makes an intriguing contribution to saving the Earth !