Amanda Levete’s gorgeous immersive petal-shaped MPavilion opens in Melbourne

October 5, 2015 by  
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Amada Levete’s MPavilion is an LED-lit forest canopy that sways in the breeze

August 11, 2015 by  
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This mini-mountain of waste will teach visitors about the benefits of composting

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Shell tells U.S. it’s ready to begin drilling 8,000 feet below Arctic seabed

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Last month Royal Dutch Shell was given approval to drill at two sites in the Arctic’s Chukchi Sea, but were informed by the Federal government that they lacked the appropriate equipment to ‘safely’ drill into oil-bearing rock some 8,000 feet below the ocean floor. But now, with a key safety vessel that would address well blow outs— a vessel that was previously blocked by protesters in Portland —in place, Shell has applied to amend their permits so as to commence drilling into the deeper, deepwater area. Read the rest of Shell tells U.S. it’s ready to begin drilling 8,000 feet below Arctic seabed

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