Dust Storm Blankets Arizona

Video Report: A giant wall of dust rolled through the Phoenix area on Monday, turning the sky brown and delaying some airline flights. The dust wall was about 1,000m high and created winds of 25 to 30 mph, with gusts

Brazil Floods Leave 1000’s Homeless

Ten people were killed and more than 13,000 left homeless in floods in two northeastern Brazilian states, the local civil defense service said. Heavy rain began last Friday and continued over the weekend, causing floods and landslides in 26 cities

Typhoon Ma-On Hits Japan

DOZENS of people were injured and more than 100 flights cancelled as strong Typhoon Ma-On lashed southern Japan with torrential downpours and gale-force winds, meteorologists and reports said. Packing gusts of up to 180 kilometres per hour, the storm made

Big Earthquake Hits Central Asia

ALMATY (Reuters) – A strong earthquake hit Central Asia’s densely populated Ferghana valley early on Wednesday, shaking buildings in the region and sending residents of at least one Uzbek city onto the streets, local residents said. The U.S. Geological Survey

Monckton Defends Lord Title

..High-profile climate change sceptic Lord Monckton has reacted defiantly to a request from London to stop claiming to be a member of the House of Lords, telling the chamber to “get used to it”. The outspoken Monckton inherited his title

Typhoon Heads For Nuclear Plant

Tokyo Electric Power Co. is rushing to install a cover over a building at its crippled Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear plant to shield it from wind and rain as Typhoon Ma-on approaches Japan’s coast from the south. Work on the cover

Global Crisis As Antarctic Melts


Global Warming continues to be approaches by governments as a “luxury” item, rather than a matter of basic human survival. Humanity is being taken to its destruction by a greed-driven elite. These elites, which include ‘Big Oil’ and other related

Double Eruption In Indonesia


An Indonesian volcano erupted twice on Monday following its biggest eruption in weeks over the weekend, a government volcanologist said, forcing people to remain in safety shelters. “The two eruptions happened within ten minutes which sent a column of ash

Toxic Algae Hits French Beaches

Video Report: Workers have been trying to clear tonnes of toxic seaweed which have accumulated on beaches in Brittany in France. As well as being hazardous to health, the problem has had a negative impact on tourism. The BBC’s Hugh

Tata Launches $700 Flat-Pack House

The Indian company that launched the world’s cheapest car has unveiled its latest product for the fast-growing nation: a flat-pack house that costs just $700 and can be built in a week. The Tata group, maker of the $2,500 Nano