Thursday, June 12, 2014

Inhuman Treatment Of Dolphins

Are Dolphins Always Happy? 
Watch this video and think about human behaviour...

 A lot of people think animals are meant to be eaten. I don´t share such an opinion but everybody lives the life she/ he wants to live. It´s up to every person how he/she feels if doing it. I am not here to persuade you to stop eating meat, it would be a tough task to persuade everybody, wouldn't be? The only thing we want people to think about is if the animal is used as food, it has not necessarily mean people are entitled to cause them pain, to treat them badly, to compensate human power over the animals.

The way some people act, is horrifying and disgusting.The sound of dying dolphins, which are treated cruelly by humans, causes goosebumps over all body.

The evidence that it really is an issue, is the murder of an animal right activist in 2003, Jane Tipson, who was very active in many campaigns against captive whale and dolphin activities.

Of course, you can think you can´t do anything about such a situation. You are WRONG. The first step to create a better world, is to START with YOURSELF. Small powerful pieces always make a solid unit.

                                          GO to


                                                                     sign the PETITION to STOP this slaughter.


Tuesday, June 10, 2014

The Garden Bridge- The Future of Green London

A fabulous actress and green activist in one person, Joanna Lumley together with architect Thomas Heatherwick, have presented an idea to create a green bridge for pedestrians, a spectacular new monument on the River Thames.

                           The idea came up as a solution for improving pedestrian links across the London´s river

        An inspirational Joanna Lumley described the bridge as “a place with no noise or traffic where the only sounds are birdsong and bees buzzing and the wind in the trees, and below the steady rush of water. There will be grasses, trees, wild flowers, and plants, unique to London's natural riverside habitat. I believe it will bring to Londoners and visitors alike peace and beauty and magic." And that is exactly what EVERY PLACE on the world nowadays needs.

                                       If you still doubt it´s a good idea, listen to the words of Joanna Lumley, who
                                                        described the process of developing of this amazing idea:   
                                                                                   5 x 15 JOANNA LUMLEY

                                                                                  !!GO LONDON GO!!


Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Meat Atlas: facts and figures about the animals we eat

"Diet is no longer a private matter. Every time we eat, we are making a political choice, and we are impacting upon the lives of people around the world, on the environment, biodiversity and the climate. Huge amounts of resources go into the food on our plates. Sustainable alternatives exist to the dominant destructive, corporate-controlled and intensive global system for producing and consuming meat."
Adrian Bebb, senior food, agriculture and biodiversity campaigner for Friends of the Earth Europe 

The report presents a global perspective on the impacts of industrial meat and dairy production, and illustrates its increasingly devastating impact on society and the environment. The way we produce and consume meat and dairy needs a radical rethink.
The Meat Atlas aims to catalyse the debate over the need for better, safer and more sustainable food and farming and advocates clear individual and political solutions.

Interesting report talking about sustainable agriculture and facts about meal. Meat atlas 2013.

Meat atlas PDF

Tuesday, December 17, 2013

The closing of tap is So EASY :)

Will this video persuade you to finally close that tap? :) 

This video is taking part in competition organised by
European Environment Agency 

                                                                                               If you like it, you can vote for it


                                                    ..but also there are another interesting videos which are worth of watching :)

Saturday, September 21, 2013

No Impact Man

He is an writor living in New York in an apartment in Manhattan with his wife and small daughter.
Colin Beavan decides to make no more environmental impact in his life and life of his family for one year.

It means eating vegetarian, buying only local food, and turning off the refrigerator. It also means no elevator, no television, no cars, busses, or airplanes, no toxic cleaning products, no electricity, no material consumption and no garbage. 

Great example of local action-global reaction.
Blog, book & movie about this extreme challenge. 

Based on Colin's experiment there is a lot of web pages with similar goal. 

No offers a guide to one-week carbon cleanse:
:) happy weekend

Wednesday, September 18, 2013


The PHILOSOPHY of this video is that when a mobile phone is broken, we have to throw it away. But is it necessary? Usually, the majority of discarded phones have only one faulty component that is nearly impossible to replace/repair.


Dave Hakkens came up with the excellent idea. Phoneblok is made of detachable BLOKS. The bloks ( parts of the phone) are connected to the base which locks everything together into a solid phone. If a blok ( one part)  breaks you can easily REPLACE it; if it's getting old just upgrade.


                                             Phoneblocks can REDUCE cellular phone WASTE by as much as 90%.


                                                                                  Your own ARRANGEMENT of bloks


                                                                                                   Do you like this IDEA?!

                                                           Give support so the phonebloks can be real and not just a idea!                                                                                              
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Sunday, September 15, 2013

Clean Up The World Action


Clean Up the World engages an estimated 35 MILLION volunteers in 130 countries each year, making it one of the largest community based ENVIRONMENTAL campaigns in the world.


By facilitating local action, Clean Up the World brings about GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE.


Everything started by creating Clean Up Australian Day in 1989 in Sydney. The idea was cretated by Australian builder and solo yachtsman Ian Kiernan. As he sailed through the oceans of the world in his yacht 'Spirit of Sydney' he was shocked and disgusted by the POLLUTION and RUBISH that he continually encountered in areas such as the Sargasso Sea in the Caribbean. Therefore he decided to ACT.


Clean Up Sydney Harbour Day in 1989 received an ENORMOUS public response with MORE than 40,000 Sydneysiders donating their time and energy to clean up the harbour.


Nowadays, it is held in conjunction with the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) 

                                                                     United Nations Environment Programme logo

                                        EXAMPLES of community-led Clean Up the World activities include

  • Recycling and resource recovery                       
  • Tree planting  
  • Education campaigns                                       
  • Water reuse and conservation               
  • Competitions Exhibitions                             
  • Fix up projects   

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