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  • The Observer, Sunday 29 March 2009

Going up

Monkey business

Children’s book Monkey Lou and the Storm Baby by Gil Johnson brings eco conservation to life. In his second tale, Monkey Lou battles the effects of deforestation

Making waves

A giant balsa tree toppled in the Eden Project’s Rainforest Biome and has just made its debut at Cornwall’s Fistral beach as the world’s most sustainable surfboard

Branching out

There has been a gap in the eco summer wardrobe. Until now. Ermenegildo Zegna launches shades made from sustainable wood

Going down

Power failure

Despite a series of adverts proclaiming an interest in clean power, Shell has announced it doesn’t plan to make any further investments in wind or solar energy

A cold front

How is the reputation of climate offsetting these days? Er, not good. A massive 62% of people on considered it to be a total scam

Royal blunder

The recession is “nothing” compared to global warming, according to Prince Charles who recently mooted this idea in Brazil

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