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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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green.tv Weekly News – July 22nd 2011

green.tv Weekly News – July 22nd 2011

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.

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green.tv Weekly News – September 23rd 2011

green.tv Weekly News – September 23rd 2011

published: 2011-09-23

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This is the National Wildlife Federation – ‘Now’s Our Time’

This is the National Wildlife Federation – ‘Now’s Our Time’

For over 70 years, we’ve been inspiring Americans to protect wildlife for our children’s future. This video is a winner of three 2008 Television awards.

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green.tv Weekly News – September 16th 2011

green.tv Weekly News – September 16th 2011

published: 2011-09-16

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WWF Images

WWF Images

A selection of generic WWF images set to music.

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Meet the Fishermen – Mackrel

Meet the Fishermen – Mackrel

Seafood is a renewable resource as long as it’s properly managed. By supporting the efforts of those who fish sustainably, retailers and consumers can ensure we have plenty more fish in the sea to enjoy.

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green.tv Weekly News – August 12th 2011

green.tv Weekly News – August 12th 2011

Vigilante mayors, solar-powered towns and Puma upstage Nike and Adidas on this week’s green.tv news.

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On Thin Ice

On Thin Ice

A short film produced by WWF USA on climate change and polar bears.

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Mating Season

Mating Season

A scientific consensus shows that marine life is in danger worldwide from overfishing and pollution. What would you do if your world was ending? Marine life cavort like there’s no tomorrow in a public service announcement from Oceana, the world’s largest conservation group dedicated to ocean preservation.

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