green.tv stories from far and wide in this week’s news
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.
This week, guest presenter Naomi takes a look at what’s going down in the world of green.
Janey Lee Grace gives us the lowdown on eco developments in the car manufacturing industry.
Al Gore gives us a reality check, Greenpeace challenge Adidas and Nike to a detox duel and we take a look at the world of dumpster diving.
Hydrogen device cuts fuel bills and emissions for larger vehicles. The bolt-on system produces small amounts of hydrogen which helps engines to burn conventional fuels more efficiently.
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.
Watch as cowboys prowl the urban landscape looking for automobiles to brand with new colour energy efficiency labels.
The mayors of more than 300 European cities are making a commitment to reduce greenhouse gas emissions beyond the EU target of 20% by 2020. This initiative, known as the Covenant of Mayors, brings together the mayors of Europe’s most pioneering cities in a network to exchange and apply good practices and improve energy efficiency in urban areas.