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The Most Extreme Weather on Earth with Vestas

The Most Extreme Weather on Earth with Vestas

Where are the hottest, coldest, wettest and driest places on earth?
In this special edition of Extreme Weather we take a trip around the globe to visit the world’s toughest conditions.

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Ep.7 Extreme Weather with Vestas

Ep.7 Extreme Weather with Vestas

Floods and droughts hit Australia, temperatures plunge to record lows in Eastern Europe, South Africa is pounded by tropical cyclones and we take a look at how to predict extreme weather events.

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Ep.5 Extreme Weather with Vestas

Ep.5 Extreme Weather with Vestas

We take a look at the most extreme weather events that have taken place around the world in the last few weeks featuring:
South East Asia battered by Tropical Storms.
No end in sight for Texas drought.
And we take a special look at the foggiest places on Earth.

Tell us about your extreme weather experiences on twitter with hash tags ExtremeWeather and Green_TV.

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Ep.4 Extreme Weather with Vestas

Ep.4 Extreme Weather with Vestas

We take a look at the most extreme weather events that have taken place around the world in the last few weeks featuring:
Scotland battered by hurricane-force winds.
Shipping stranded as water levels drop in the River Danube. Health fears as Beijing is covered in a blanket of smog.
And we look back at the most extreme weather events of 2011.

Tell us about your extreme weather experiences on twitter with hash tags ExtremeWeather and Green_TV.

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Extreme Weather – episode 2

Extreme Weather – episode 2

Severe droughts, deadly tornadoes and threatening floods are taking place around the world. We review the latest extreme weather events and talk to a leading scientist about the impact of global warming.

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Extreme Weather – episode 1

Extreme Weather – episode 1

In the first episode of Extreme Weather presented by Martine Croxall we take a look at the devastating floods which have hit Thailand, freak snow storms in the US, the coldest places on earth, dust storms in Texas and the likelihood of climate change bringing on more extreme weather.

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Renewable Energy Across Borders

Renewable Energy Across Borders

Sharing renewable energy and integrating this into electricity systems will help meet the global demand for more energy with a lower carbon footprint.

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Green Energy Policies

Green Energy Policies

Winning the Green Energy Race means countries need to have public policies that are transparent, long-term and certain. In short, TLC.

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Offshore Wind

Offshore Wind

Many countries believe that offshore wind is the next natural step in renewable energy and impressive progress has already been made.

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The Cost of Energy

The Cost of Energy

We don’t know what the price of oil or carbon will be in the future. Or the cost to the environment. But we can make a meaningful comparison between very different energy resources like wind, oil and gas by focusing on the cost of energy.

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