The sites listed feature job vacancies in the environmental field at many levels and in many different contexts. Many define ‘environmental’ very broadly, or are linked to agencies which offer a wider range of jobs. Most of the following websites contain listings of jobs through which one can scroll, or a database of vacancies which one can search.
Peter Menzel and Faith D’Aluisio traveled the world documenting that most basic of human behaviors — what we eat. Their project, “Hungry Planet,” depicts everything that an average family consumes in a given week–and what it costs — laid out in thought-provoking detail. Their results will be exhibited by The Nobel Peace Center to give viewers a peek into kitchens from Norway to Kuwait, and to raise awareness about how environments and cultures influence the cost and calories of the world’s dinners.
A small tube length only 60 cm promises to bake anything up to 20 minutes without electricity or fuel. The GoSun, invention of an American engineer specializing in solar construction, can be easily transferred and it costs only 130 euros.
Only three days left for the 16th IUAPPA world clean air congress in Cape Town, South Africa. The upcoming congress, theme: “Many Nations – One Atmosphere: Plotting the Path to Sustainability” – will highlight the exchange of experiences and ideas – serving as a pathway to the development of innovative initiatives to manage air quality and climate change, ultimately ensuring the sustainability of our economies and way of life.
Everybody is making strides to protect and preserve the environment. True enough, the new war cry of most individuals and organizations today is “Go Green”. Our decisions and actions contribute to the deterioration or well-being of the environment, and it is something that none of us can ever afford to look right through.
It’s time to take a look into the world of natural building by looking at some of the most influential cob builders. You might have heard of some of these people before as they’ve demonstrated their craft and expertise in the field. Many of them you might just be hearing about for the first time.
The draft of 31 pages was delivered on Monday , by scientists and representatives from 110 countries . After one last ” hairstyle “, the final document will be approved and presented on Friday , and will act as a guide for the governments in the next two years who will attempt to agree on the framework that will succeed the Kyoto Protocol .
A Norwegian businessman has announced that he designed and he is planning to build the most ecological merchant vessel in the world. The Vindskip (Windship) will be a hybrid powered partly by the wind, without any wind turbines but thanks to its shape, which will make it function as a sailboat’s sail.
Climate change will leave families caught in a vicious spiral of falling incomes, rising food prices, and declining quality of food, leading to a devastating impact on the health of millions, Oxfam warns today.