This week’s green.tv news are full of stories from sea level up to the highest peak on Mount Everest.
We don’t know what the price of oil or carbon will be in the future. Or the cost to the environment. But we can make a meaningful comparison between very different energy resources like wind, oil and gas by focusing on the cost of energy.
Last month, We Are Futureproof hit the streets in London to ask whether members of the public could see the fuel economy and emissions information on a couple of car advert billboards.
NASA go on a solar-powered space adventure, mechanical birds trick the real thing and a gorilla saving Facebook game on this week’s green.tv news.
A new study by the independent Energy Watch Group says amid oil price instability wind is becoming an increasingly competitive and cost-secure technology.
Many countries believe that offshore wind is the next natural step in renewable energy and impressive progress has already been made.
From the empire state building to plastic bags… it’s all here in this week’s green.tv news!
The first commercial for the Norwegian organization Miljoagentene, Eco Agents, which educates kids about the environment and how to behave environmentally friendly.
More news on electric vehicles along with the latest eco stories from Emma Watson, pandas and obese gorillas.
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