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Run for VSO!

Run for VSO!

We have places in two of London’s most prestigious running events – Bupa 10K and Royal Parks Half marathon. Sign up and join the VSO team today. Your money will help us fight poverty and change the lives of some of the world’s poorest communities.

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A Love Story In Milk

A Love Story In Milk

The path of true love never did run smooth… especially if you’re a milk bottle. Follow these star-crossed lovers from factory to fridge and beyond.

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green.tv Weekly News – March 14th 2011

green.tv Weekly News – March 14th 2011

More news on electric vehicles along with the latest eco stories from Emma Watson, pandas and obese gorillas.

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Human After All

Human After All

An lovable and slightly dim polar bear and an angry penguin demonstrate the importance of water efficiency and the issue of climate change. This film was written by students at Liverpool John Moores University for the Tomorrow’s World Short Film Competition which was conceived by the Environment Agency.

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Wood Fuel Heating

Wood Fuel Heating

published: 2011-07-05

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Sustainable Energy Academy

Sustainable Energy Academy

Old Home Superhome, The Sustainable Energy Academy has set up a network of refurbished hard-to-treat houses to convince policy makers and others that high energy savings are possible even in older properties.

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Carbon Clampdown

Carbon Clampdown

‘Carbon Clampdown’ – one of four scenarios for the future UK outbound tourism industry, developed by Forum for the Future for the Tourism 2023 project. For further information, go to www.forumforthefuture.org/projects/tourism-2023. Animation by Aaron Lee, Goldsmiths.

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Investigating Greenland’s Melting Glaciers

Investigating Greenland’s Melting Glaciers

Scientists supported by environmental organisation Greenpeace find evidence that Greenland’s glacier are melting faster than expected because of the influx of subtropic waters to the Arctic.

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Aga Khan Planning and Building Service

Aga Khan Planning and Building Service

Over 14 years ago, the Aga Khan Planning and Building Service began a concerted drive to make homes in North Pakistan warmer, and reduce the use of wood. Based on the Aga Khan’s belief that ‘A proper home can bridge that terrible gap between poverty and a better future’, the programme is doing just that for over 240,000 people.

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Solar power electrifies rural villages

Solar power electrifies rural villages

Sunlabob won an Ashden Award for Sustainable Energy in 2007. Sunlabob Renewable Energies Ltd is a solar PV business based in the capital of Laos that has succeeded in developing an innovative and commercially viable business model providing high-quality solar PV systems to the rural poor at a price they can afford.

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