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National Trust Gardening Tips: Topiary

National Trust Gardening Tips: Topiary

Get advice from some of the UK’s best professional gardeners in this ongoing series from the National Trust. This month, learn about topiary from Philip Whaites, Head Gardener at Wimpole Hall in Cambridgeshire.
Find out more about gardening from the National Trust at:
https:www.nationaltrust.org.uk/gardens
Or discover more about Wimpole at
https:www.nationaltrust.org.uk/wimpole-e­state

Music: Summer by Moby

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Green.TV Weekly Show: from Manatees to Flaring

Green.TV Weekly Show: from Manatees to Flaring

The second episode of our Weekly show, dipping into our favourite stories from the world of green. Dawn and Rob take a look at manatees, some bendy new tech, Germany’s new cycle highway and loads, loads more good stuff.

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National Trust Wildlife: Meet The Red Squirrel

National Trust Wildlife: Meet The Red Squirrel

Spotting one of UK’s rarest wild animals is easier than you might think. The cute but feisty red squirrel survives in the North of England and on several islands – with a little help from the National Trust. Find out more about this appealing little animal in this video from the Wallington estate, or visit the National Trust website for more suggestions for great places to go wildlife spotting this winter. https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk

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How To Make National Trust Beef and Ale Stew

How To Make National Trust Beef and Ale Stew

Top National Trust chef Clive Goudercourt shows how to make a warming winter beef and ale stew as served in National Trust restaurants across the UK. Clive uses seasonal ingredients and cooks in the 18th century kitchen at Florence Court, in Northern Ireland.
For recipes and more about food from the National Trust go to https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/food

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100% Renewable Energy Zero Poverty

100% Renewable Energy Zero Poverty

Harnessing 100% renewable energy is a great way to tackle poverty and enhance development around the world and this video shows how communities from Ecuador to Indonesia are doing just that.

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Offsetting Together

Offsetting Together

Nine businesses, including Aviva, Sky, Fuji Xerox and DPD, explain why offset strategies are good business sense, the challenges and opportunities their approach has created, and why they believe it has made a difference. Companies throughout the world, including Microsoft, Jaguar Land Rover and Marks and Spencer have adopted carbon-offset approaches to enable them to go beyond the reduction targets they could achieve through internal change.

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Green.TV Weekly Show, 14th Jan 2016

Green.TV Weekly Show, 14th Jan 2016

The first episode of our weekly show dipping into our favourite stories from the sustainability world. Dawn and Rob look at the new news from New Deli, a sneak peek at the FFZero1 from Faraday Future, Formula E, Solar Impulse 2 and loads more.

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With thanks to:

www.faradayfuture.com
www.fiaformulae.com
www.aquafuelresearch.com
www.vestas.com
www.volocopter.com
www.solarimpulse.com

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Exporting Pollution

Exporting Pollution

China has some of the dirtiest air in the world, but a large share of the country’s pollutants are generated during the manufacture of goods for US companies.

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Good Energy – The Race Against Climate Change

Good Energy – The Race Against Climate Change

The average home produces around 16 tonnes of CO2 a year – which means the most populated cities in the UK produce around 12 million tonnes CO2 each!

Help us fight back with 100% renewable electricity, generated from sunshine, wind and rain. Find out more about how you can cut your carbon footprint by around 24%…

The Race: http://www.goodenergy.co.uk/the-race
Switch today: http://www.goodenergy.co.uk/switch-th…

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How To Make National Trust Ginger & Orange Cake

How To Make National Trust Ginger & Orange Cake

Top National Trust chef Clive Goudercourt shows how to make a tasty winter orange and ginger cake as served in National Trust restaurants across the UK. Clive uses seasonal ingredients and cooks in the 18th century kitchen at Florence Court, in Northern Ireland.
For recipes and more about food from the National Trust go to https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/food

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