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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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European green capitals 2008

European green capitals 2008

These 8 clips show the achievements in order to respect the environment and to improve the quality of life made by the 8 European Green Capital Award’s finalists.

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Transition Town Totnes

Transition Town Totnes

This community scheme led by Transition Town Totnes has brought together 56 groups of neighbours in the town, reaching over 1,100 people and inspiring them to green their homes and neighbourhood, build a closer community and save money.

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OPI – The Winner!

OPI – The Winner!

And now the moment we’ve all been waiting for – after much deliberation by the judges, all of us at Open Planet Ideas are delighted to announce the chosen concept is… [drum roll please]… the “GreenBook” concept by Siniuc! Congratulations!

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Kyocera

Kyocera

Tracey Rawling Church from Kyocera talks to Brian Runciman of the British Computer Society about the specific impacts of office printing and copying and Kyocera’s unique design-led approach to the issues, including some practical tips for businesses.

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20% Renewable Energy by 2020

20% Renewable Energy by 2020

On Wednesday 23 January 2008, the European Commission proposed a number of measures making up the EU’s new energy and climate package. The aim is to fight climate change more effectively while boosting Europe’s energy security and competitiveness. This includes the obligation of obtaining 20% of its energy from renewable sources.

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ITM Power Products

ITM Power Products

ITM Power has recently launched a range of hydrogen generation products for laboratories and industry.

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World’s First Carbon-Negative Expedition

World’s First Carbon-Negative Expedition

The biotruck expedition was an extraordinary success being independently certified as the world’s first Carbon-Negative Expedition. Andy Pag and John Grimshaw travelled through France, Spain, Morocco and Mauritania to a small town in Mali, 200km short of Timbuktu where they delivered a biodiesel processing unit to MFC, a local charity. Here are some of the highlights from their trip…

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Efficient Charcoal Stoves

Efficient Charcoal Stoves

Toyola Energy, Ghana won a Gold Award at the 2011 Ashden Awards. Five years ago two West African entrepreneurs started a stove business, and have since produced 154,000 efficient charcoal stoves that are cooking meals for around 940,000 people.

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Wood Fuel Heating

Wood Fuel Heating

published: 2011-07-05

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