There's a New Hazelnut Spread in Town and It Wants to Take On Nutella
The Barilla Group is set to launch the palm-oil-free Crema Pan di Stelle in January of next year.
This DJ Is Heading Deep Into Indonesia's Jungles to Record the Sounds of a Vanishing Ecosystem
"We must admit that the forest is decreasing more and more each year, and that we need to act now to try to save the beautiful sounds that remain there."
“Lightmapping” Reveals Invisible Radiation in Chernobyl & Fukushima
Greenpeace photographer Greg McNevin uses a light-painting technique to visualize lasting radiation levels.
What McDonald's Is Doing to Protect the Future of the Filet-O-Fish
The current agreement puts the brakes on expanding cod fishing, but also the use of heavy nets to scrape marine life from the seabed, known as “bottom trawling”, in the Arctic—an area where some 800,000 tons of cod are already being fished on a yearly...
Fake Art Heists and Big Ceramic Dicks: Last Week in Art
Also, Banksy is getting his largest-ever exhibition in Rome, and the CIA and Steve Martin have great art collections.
The Filmmaker Fighting Against the Animal Rights War on Seal Hunting
A new documentary, 'Angry Inuk,' points out the irony of progressives attacking a long-standing Indigenous practice.
Which London Landmark Is Best to Occupy in a Protest?
We rate and slate the places where you might end up having a sit-in.
A Greenpeace Activist Explains Why They've Put Gas Masks on Famous London Monuments
Recipients included Nelson, Boadicea, Oliver Cromwell and Winston Churchill.
Photos of Tasmania’s Sad, Burned Out Wilderness
On January 13 a series of dry storms passed over Tasmania, setting fires with lightning strikes.
A US Military Base Could Kill Off Japan’s Last Dugongs
The Japanese island of Okinawa is the last holdout for dugongs. Now Camp Schwab is set to build new runways over their feeding ground.
Last Night, Protesters Threw Cash at Big Oil Bosses Congratulating Themselves for Ruining the Environment
It was the Petroleum Executive of the Year Awards, where Big Oil bosses slap each other on the back for destroying the world.
Lessons in Activism from the New Greenpeace Documentary, 'How to Change the World'
We talked to the film's director, Jerry Rothwell, about founder Bob Hunter, how the group nearly got blown up by a nuclear bomb, and how Greenpeace's direct action impacts today.