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Actor and activist Leonardo DiCaprio has taken to his Twitter to promote his opposition against tar sands oil production in Alberta, Canada. The Oscar-nominated star was in the Great White
UK celebs are partnering up with a new website that allows them and other concerned citizens to ask questions about fracking.
The United Nations has released a new report on climate change and, unfortunately, it says that which we already knew: climate change is real, caused by humans and it’s not
Desperate times call for desperate measures, so a man has decided to go live on a melting iceberg for 12 months to document how urgent the issue of climate change
Matt Damon uses toilet water for ALS Ice Bucket Challenge to raise awareness over water sanitation.
Musical legends Willie Nelson and Neil Young have agreed to play a concert in Neligh to raise funds and awareness against the proposal to lay the Keystone XL pipeline through the area.