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Taking offshore wind service into new waters

Taking offshore wind service into new waters

To further improve its service and maintenance solutions for next-generation offshore wind power plants, Siemens introduces service operation vessels (SOVs). The first ones will be put into service in 2015.

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Stepping up for Nature: Gareth Jones

Stepping up for Nature: Gareth Jones

Wildlife police officer, Gareth Jones, grew up in the Yorkshire Dales and is passionate about protecting the wildlife that lives there. With no police budget to help him he strives to eliminate wildlife crimes like bird of prey persecution and badger baiting because he believes the landscape should once again be teeming with wildlife.

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Stepping up for Nature: Will Barnard

Stepping up for Nature: Will Barnard

Somerset Levels farmer, Will Barnard, manages his mixed farm sustainably through much lower levels of fertiliser and pesticide use, creating a wildlife-rich grassland landscape that not only makes money but is also a working demonstration of how wildlife and people can live harmoniously alongside each other.

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Stepping up for Nature: Liam McFaul

Stepping up for Nature: Liam McFaul

Rathlin island, off the north coast of Northern Ireland, is a special place for people and wildlife – away from the hurly burly of the mainland. Site Manager, and lifelong islander, Liam McFaul shares his memories of what first ignited his passion for nature and his commitment to protect it.

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Stepping up for Nature: Jonny Rankin

Stepping up for Nature: Jonny Rankin

BMX-riding, heavy metal-listening volunteer Jonny Rankin, describes why he supports the RSPB and how simple and valuable it is to act together as a voice for nature.

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Discover Autumn on a seasonal walk with the National Trust

Discover Autumn on a seasonal walk with the National Trust

The countryside is alive with colour this time of year as the autumn landscape changes from green to gold. The National Trust is celebrating the season with new walking trails and events. In this video, National Trust Naturalist Matthew Oates goes on a journey of discovery to see what fruits and berries he can find on a seasonal stroll. For more information on places to walk or for downloadable trails and maps, go to: https://nationaltrust.org.uk/walks

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Alice in Wonderland: Safe Journey to School

Alice in Wonderland: Safe Journey to School

Join Alice and the Rabbit as they start their journey to school. But their adventure is hampered, enthusiasm curtailed and the school becomes a bore. We believe that every child has the right to walk, cycle or scoot to school. That’s why we’re campaigning for safer streets. Support Sustrans’ Campaign for Safer Streets at http://www.sustrans.org.uk/safetoschool

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The Future of Mobility

The Future of Mobility

Our Future Mobility networks are set to become far more connected and integrated, as continued technological improvements and the use of smartphones in particular improve the way we get from A to B. This Future of Mobility video highlights the new business models disrupting and reshaping the automotive & transportation sector, with insights from the leading providers of mobility products & services. This considers the potential for carsharing, corporate mobility, public transport innovation and the changing role of vehicle manufacturers in particular in underpinning the future of Urban Mobility, as well as key predictions from Frost & Sullivan’s mobility research analysts.

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Power Resilience Through WBCSD Member Voices

Power Resilience Through WBCSD Member Voices

Leading WBCSD member power companies are adapting to become more resilient to climate change. Glean insight into the WBCSD Resilience in Utilities Sector Report 2014 through the voices of members.

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Stepping up for Nature: Jonny Rankin

Stepping up for Nature: Jonny Rankin

BMX-riding, heavy metal-listening volunteer Jonny Rankin, describes why he supports the RSPB and how simple and valuable it is to act together as a voice for nature.

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