Eco-Trek is in Kazakhstan this week – the oil rich central Asian country that works hard on achieving environmental credibility. Historically Kazakhstan has always been the threshold between Orient and Occident. The central Asian country, culturally and politically connects the West with the East.
The building of a full size wind turbine blade on the Schuman roundabout in Brussels, right in front of European Union buildings. It has been put up to mark Global Wind Day on 15 June and the beginning of the EU’s Green Week (1-4 June).
This week’s green.tv news host Ben, takes us all around the world with some of the most amazing eco-friendly transport stories.
Reducing CO2 emissions from power generation by increasing generation efficiency, flexibility and applying smart power.
This week, it’s all technology, technology, technology…
World Environment Day, commemorated each year on 5 June, is one of the principal vehicles through which the United Nations stimulates worldwide awareness of the environment and enhances political attention and action. Kick the Habit! Towards a Low Carbon Economy.
PTV went to City hall to interview Boris! They got to see Eco Scooters, and Cars of every shape and size and chatted to Quentin Wilson who helps organise the race and many others.
This report illustrates the tips drivers should apply. Sparing use of air conditioning, frequent checks of tyre pressure and moving off without letting the engine idle are explained and illustrated. It also describes the importance of anticipating traffic flow, shifting up quickly and reaching cruising speed as fast as possible.
Sony Europe have partnered with a young team called Forest Guard to develop an innovative forest wildfire detection system. The system has already been deployed in Tahoe National Forest in California and uses a network of solar-powered CCTV cameras and online citizen fire-watchers to give advance warning of any fires.
The greenest Geneva Motor Show ever hosts the launch of the “50 by 50″ initiative aimed at making cars worldwide 50 percent more fuel-efficient by 2050