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.
Kampala Jellitone Suppliers is Ugandas first producer of briquettes made from agricultural waste. They won an Ashden Award for Sustainable Energy in 2009.
A winner of the 2006 Ashden Awards, Mwanza Rural Housing Project (MRHP) devised an innovative way to fire bricks for house building.
From the empire state building to plastic bags… it’s all here in this week’s green.tv news!
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Winning the Green Energy Race means countries need to have public policies that are transparent, long-term and certain. In short, TLC.
Cisco’s Connected Urban Development Program Signposts the Future Era of Sustainable Work. Connected Urban Development program (CUD) is a public-private partnership aimed at addressing the unique environmental problems confronted by urban areas, and at developing replicable information and communications technology (ICT) solutions for cities around the world.
A green roof can certainly make a building look nicer, but can it measurably lower energy requirements and improve water management?
Richard Gedge, a beef and sheep farmer based in Exmoor, talks about his use of wind and biomass to power and heat his farm. With a payback period of 5 years and huge environmental benefits, Richard believes that more farmers should be exploiting renewable technology to gain profits for their businesses.
Marches Energy Agency won an Ashden Award for their Low Carbon Communities project which has mobilised six small communities to cut their carbon footprint by installing renewable energy, carrying out energy audits or creating eco businesses.