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Kyocera

Kyocera

Tracey Rawling Church from Kyocera talks to Brian Runciman of the British Computer Society about the specific impacts of office printing and copying and Kyocera’s unique design-led approach to the issues, including some practical tips for businesses.

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Our Love Is In Your Cornflakes (aka Molly’s Story)

Our Love Is In Your Cornflakes (aka Molly’s Story)

WSPA has teamed up with the creators of BBC3′s Mongrels and comedian Kevin Eldon to create Molly’s Story (aka Our love is in your corn flakes) to raise a tongue in cheek awareness of the impact of factory dairy farms.

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green.tv Weekly News – June 28th 2011

green.tv Weekly News – June 28th 2011

A New Yorker takes on cycle lanes and goes viral, Honda’s electric scooter launches and your chance to make a film for the World Wildlife Fund.

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Charting the Course – Europe’s Inland Waterways

Charting the Course – Europe’s Inland Waterways

With Europe’s roads at saturation point it is more important than ever to find alternative ways of transporting freight around the Union. Inland waterways offer an effective and environmentally sound way to help lighten the load.

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Slow is Beautiful

Slow is Beautiful

One of four scenarios exploring what the world will be like for the fashion industry in 2025. A world of political collaboration and global trade. ‘Slow fashion’ is in vogue, and high street brands compete on sustainability credentials. People own fewer, but higher quality clothes.

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The Opposite of Wasted is Saved

The Opposite of Wasted is Saved

We all have skeletons in our cupboards, but we also all have a few dodgy T-shirts from some long forgotten band, or that sales conference in Rotterdam ten years ago. Now you can send it to Green Thing where it can be saved.

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Palm Oil Production

Palm Oil Production

Regulated, sustainable palm oil production which does not threaten primary forest and provides fair working conditions for growers has been developed by WWF and RSPO.

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Young Graduates for Museums and Galleries

Young Graduates for Museums and Galleries

YGMG5 is a real inspiration, run by the V&A and the British Museum, amongst others. They offer a training and mentoring program to students in their last two years at school taking them behind the sceens of the most famous galleries and museums in the UK, and letting them work in various different environments, to get a feel of how these wonderful institutions work.

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The Whitley Awards

The Whitley Awards

The Whitley Awards are the flagship grants of the Whitley Fund for Nature (WFN), a UK-based registered charity. WFN’s aim is to identify the world’s most dynamic conservation leaders and support them in practical work that benefits both wildlife and local communities. Since 1994, the Whitley Awards have supported the work of over 100 conservation leaders in 65 countries.

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Oil On Ice

Oil On Ice

Oil On Ice is a vivid and compelling film that connects the fate of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to decisions America makes about energy policy. Caught in the balance are the culture and livelihood of the Gwich’in people and the migratory wildlife in this most fragile of ecosystems.

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