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Skeleton Sea - Recycling Art and Environmental Awareness

Skeleton Sea is an environmental awareness campaign created from the perspective of a group of surfers and artists who depend of the sea to fulfill their passion for sport.

The project consist in an interactive environmental awareness campaign generating a strong visual impact through the exhibition of mixed media installations, documentary films and recycling sculptures created around the world.

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Attraversare il Sud Africa in bicicletta

Il 13 febbraio Ruan Smit d? inizio alla sua avventura in bici da Johannesburg, Sud Africa. Ha in programma di farvi ritorno dopo 10 settimane, il 14 aprile circa, dopo aver pedalato per 9000 km in bicicletta per tutto il Paese. Attraverso questa ambiziosa avventura Ruan vuole portare il proprio contributo per catalizzare l'attenzione su tutto quello che il Paese ha da offrire. Secondo il piano giornaliero, Ruan pedaler? per circa 150-200 km al giorno, documentando tutto via blog, Facebook, Twitter, la radio e la stampa.

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Around South Africa on bike

By Emily, 02/04/2010 - 18:02

In one week, February 13, Ruan Smit will start his cycle adventure from Johannesburg, South Africa. He is planning to return to the same place 10 weeks later on April 14, behind approximately 9000 kilometers on bike around the country. Through this ambitious venture Ruan is willing to contribute in creating national and international awareness of what South Africa has to offer.

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Promises of Greener Flying

By Emily, 01/28/2010 - 17:34

The expansive growth of air travel lays high pressures on the aviation industry to continue the trend towards lower carbon emissions. Lately different airline companies - 'the bad guys' of the global warming story- are coming up with more ecological solutions in order to respond to the growing critique of green campaigners and alert consumers. At the same time the urge for more efficient aircraft is driven by the desire to control fluctuating high fuel costs.hat level of unsustainability do we think is reasonable and for whom, where and when?

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