The The Membrane Domain is working on an experiment that involves global warming, human induced climate change and water. For the article “What Are Humans Doing to the Water?”, click here.
- World’s Youngest Sailor Sets Sail Under the Sea Shepherd FlagWorld’s Youngest Sailor Sets Sail Under the Sea Shepherd Flag Sea Shepherd Conservation Society Founder and President, Captain Paul Watson, along with Sea Shepherd Netherlands Directors Laurens de Groot, had a unique conversation around midnight on August 3, 2010 while driving north on Highway 405 from San Clemente to Los Angeles, California. It was early […]
- GO GREENS! A Political Solution to End Whaling in the Southern OceanGO GREENS! A Political Solution to End Whaling in the Southern Ocean All Japanese whaling activities in the Southern Ocean take place in waters off the coasts of territories claimed by Australia, France, and New Zealand. The areas are the (1) Ross Dependency (Claimed by New Zealand in 1923) (150° W to 160° W (2) Adelie Land (Claimed by France in 1924) (1 […]
- Sea Shepherd Vessel Steve Irwin Open for Tours in BarcelonaSea Shepherd Vessel Steve Irwin Open for Tours in Barcelona Operation Blue Rage was a major success in the Mediterranean Sea. Another success is the sprouting up of new Sea Shepherd groups in Italy, Monaco, and Spain. To welcome these new groups to the Sea Shepherd family, and to give a chance to our hardworking volunteers and supporters to see one of their […]
- World’s Youngest Sailor Sets Sail Under the Sea Shepherd Flag
- The Illick’s Mill Does D.C.On Wednesday, May 19th, students of the Illick’s Mill Project (IMP) dropped their garden shovels, grant proposals, and finishing paint and embarked to Washington, D.C. After a debacle where the group was split into three different trains at three different times, the class made its way (in segments!) to the hotel. The students broke off […]
- How Things Have Changed…Green Cleaning Part 3By Lina Younes I still have vivid images of cleaning days in my grandmother’s home in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico when I was a child. I remember watching my great aunt using a lot of water and detergents to wash the tile floors, bleach the sheets, and perform other household chores. The entire operation was […]
- Como han cambiado las cosas…limpieza verde (Parte 3)Por Lina Younes Todavía tengo imágenes vivas en mis recuerdos de los días de limpieza en la casa de mi abuela en Viejo San Juan, Puerto Rico cuando yo era niña. Me acuerdo ver a mi tía-abuela usando mucha agua y detergentes para lavar los pisos de losetas de mármol, blanquear la ropa de cama y […]
- The Illick’s Mill Does D.C.
- Pennsylvania Wastewater Treatment Plants FinedSewage treatment plants often spill over into adjoining waterways. ARTICLE PHILADELPHIA – July 29, 2010) The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced that it has recently filed administrative penalty complaints against 10 publicly owned wastewater treatment plants (POTWs) operated by nine municipalities in Pennsylvania for failing to comply with the […]
- Pennsylvania Wastewater Treatment Plants Fined