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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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M&S Plan A 2015

M&S Plan A 2015

M&S Chief Executive Sir Stuart Rose outlines his company’s stated ambition to become the world’s most sustainable retailer by 2015.

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Deforestation hurts

Deforestation hurts

Leave it alone, it’s natural after all! OVER 18 ONLY. THIS FILM CONTAINS SCENES OF A GRAPHIC NATURE.

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green.tv Weekly News – September 5th 2011

green.tv Weekly News – September 5th 2011

Mind blowing wind turbines by Vestas, Hollywood star Mark Ruffalo does his best to save water and other amazing stories for this week’s green.tv news.

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Beer Brewing in Australia

Beer Brewing in Australia

Australian beer brewing giant Coopers have built a co-generation plant for independent power production allowing them to reduce their carbon footprint by 50% whilst doubling their production output.

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Fairtrade Cotton in Cameroon

Fairtrade Cotton in Cameroon

This short film shows the impact that Fairtrade is having on cotton farmers in several villages in Cameroon.

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Alien Invasion

Alien Invasion

Planet Earth is under threat – will the aliens decide to save it or trash it? A film by Greenpeace starring Eddie Izzard, Jim Broadbent and Joseph McFadden

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Fired Up

Fired Up

A winner of the 2006 Ashden Awards, Mwanza Rural Housing Project (MRHP) devised an innovative way to fire bricks for house building.

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Burned – recycle or incinerate?

Burned – recycle or incinerate?

Local people protest against a massive incinerator planned for Merthyr Tydfil, South Wales. Friends of the Earth argues that increasing recycling would be a greener alternative and would create far more local jobs.

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green.tv Weekly News – September 30th 2011

green.tv Weekly News – September 30th 2011

Levi’s endeavour to turn the tap off and some Stanford students attempt to break a solar powered record

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