Articles by Sharon Green
China backs the EU's plans to continue the Kyoto Protocol in the fight against global warming, but not without conditions.
Visual artist Leo Greenfield had the opportunity to hob-knob with leading designers and fashion royalty on a recent trip to Paris.
Following one of the driest autumn seasons on record, ski resorts have been concerned whether a decent winter would arrive.
More than 6,000 protestors marched the streets of Durban to demand faster action on climate change.
Belgium has a Prime Minister after going more than a year and a half without a government.
A British Fashion Award, a London Fashion Week show, a new flagship store – Stella McCartney has had a terrific year.
A man was shot in the bum by his dog while on a duck hunting trip in Utah.
A porcupine loves his corn on the cob so much, he breaks into a series of squeals when someone tries to take it away.
South African rugby union player Jacque Fourie will remain in Japan for the next two years to play for Kobe Steel.
Prince William, Prince Harry and Duchess of Cambridge Catherine, will be the ambassadors for the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Europe is taking a hardline stance on global warming at the UN climate talks.
Activists warn the U.S. will derail progress at the Climate Change talks in Durban, South Africa, by blocking moves toward a climate change fund.
World Aids Day comes with a timely reminder for people to get tested for the disease.
Animal rights groups are alarmed over stray cats and dogs being culled in the Ukraine.
Environment activists were on the march to save the rainforests.
A diet rich in the nutrient choline, found in eggs, chicken, fish and milk, may help protect your brain from the effects of ageing.
A host of celebrities are expected to attend the U.N. climate change conference in Durban, South Africa.
Dame Vivienne Westwood has pledged £1 million to help tackle climate change.
Qatar will host the Conference of the Parties (COP18) climate change talks in 2012.
The bank ends sponsorship of Climate Week event following claims of “corporate greenwash”.