Lichen Spiders (Pandercetes gracilis) blend superbly with the surface characteristics of their tree. They remain strategically hidden from predatory birds and simultaneously well-positioned to ambush unsuspecting insects. Poorly disguised … [Read more...] about Lichen Spiders
Archives for October 18, 2007
Is this a case of biodiversity before biofuels? "Uganda's cabinet suspended the proposal by President Yoweri Museveni to give 7,100 hectares or nearly a third of Mabira Forest to Mehta's sugar estate in May, following a public outcry... "Critics … [Read more...] about Forest Saved from Sugar Plantations in Uganda?
Miners join walk for cooler future The miners' union has joined a national campaign lobbying the Federal Government to combat global warming. National president of the Construction Forestry Mining Energy Union (CFMEU), Tony Maher, joined political … [Read more...] about Australian Miners Walk Against Warming
Someone has been very busy: The Anti "Man-Made" Global Warming Resource, STOP the hysteria … [Read more...] about The Anti “Man-Made” Global Warming Resource, STOP the Hysteria
For some in Greenland these days, the grass is looking greener. Article in National Geographic: Global Warming Good for Greenland? Rapid thawing brought on by global warming on the world's largest island has opened up new opportunities for … [Read more...] about Is Global Warming Good for Greenland?
From the Chicago Tribune: Reporting on global warming not clean, simple So NBC's "Today" show has unveiled big plans for next month to jet its stars to the far reaches of the planet -- Matt Lauer in the Arctic, Al Roker at the Equator and Ann Curry … [Read more...] about Climate Air Miles for NBC’s ‘Today’ Show