Archived articles from 2007

 

Recycling Appeal

 
 

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30 Sep 2007

 

The Recycling Appeal collects mobile phones, PDAs and printer cartridges for reuse and recycling, raising funds and helping the environment.

 

Organic Centre Wales

 
 

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30 Sep 2007

 


 

The Next Great Transformation

 
 

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30 Sep 2007

 

24-26 October Business leaders back search for new economy. The Next Great Transformation: Sustainable Enterprises'

 

Interdependence Day 2007

 
 

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30 Sep 2007

 

Making new maps for an island planet.
20th October - London

 

Disarmament Week

 
 

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30 Sep 2007

 

24-30 October Worldwide

The annual observance of Disarmament Week, which begins on the anniversary of the founding of the United Nations

 

What is United Nations Day?

 
 

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30 Sep 2007

 

24 October - Worldwide

Simply put, it is celebration of the birthday of the United Nations. Find out more about what is going on.

 

Pearl of Africa Children's Choir UK Tour

 
 

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30 Sep 2007

 

Pearl of Africa UK Tour

 

Sowing the Seeds for a Brighter Future

 
 

Archive

19 Sep 2007

 


To tackle some of the anti-social behaviour within the village, theParish Council has invested cash into community facilities and itsrural youth projects.

 

School Farm is Top Notch

 
 

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19 Sep 2007

 

During the Second World War, Thomas Alleyne's High School, inUttoxeter, started a farm as part of the Dig for Victory' campaign.Thanks to all the hard work from students and staff alike, it is stilla thriving working farm, extremely popular with students.

 

Peace One Day Concert

 
 

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19 Sep 2007

 

Peace One Day is delighted to announce Yusuf Islam as the latest artist to perform at the Royal Albert Hall concert promoting Peace Day on Friday 21 September 2007.

 

Running for Clean Water

 
 

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19 Sep 2007

 

Ryan Hreljac learnt about the lack of safe drinking water in someAfrican villages when he was six. He started doing errands and was soonable to buy a well. Bryony Thomas reports on his progress a decade onand looks at another water charity that he is now working with

 

Kids Race to Save Energy

 
 

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19 Sep 2007

 

School children as young as 11 gathered from all over the UK to competein the Shell Eco-marathon Schools Initiative' at Rockingham Circuit,in Northamptonshire. The aim was to design and build a car that can /could run on the least' amount of fuel.

 

Junior 8 Address the World

 
 

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17 Sep 2007

 

Imagine having an audience with some of the most powerful leaders inthe World, where you have the opportunity to tell them what you thinkabout the future of our planet. This is exactly what happens at theJunior 8 Summit each year!

 

Climate Kids Smash for Change

 
 

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17 Sep 2007

 

Whittington and Fisherwick Parish is aiming to be Staffordshire's firstlow carbon community'. Their war on global warming has been given anexplosive start by eight-year-old Ellie Kendric and 11-year-old BeciHydon from Whittington Primary school.

 

We're Here!

 
 

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17 Sep 2007

 

Monkey lovers will be delighted to hear that a large troop of an endangered breed has recently been discovered in Vietnam.

 

Thousands Blow the Whistle' on Poverty

 
 

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17 Sep 2007

 

housands of campaigners from a range of organisations came together onthe banks of the Thames to blow their whistles. The aim was to remindG8 leaders of the promise they made at the United Nations MillenniumSummit in 2000 ñ to halve poverty by 2015.

 

The Green Machine

 
 

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17 Sep 2007

 

Spitalfields Market in London recently hosted the launch of the World'sfirst high performance, zero-emission, electric motorcycle. It offersall the benefits of a gas-powered scooter but without the noise,pollution, frequent oil changes, expensive maintenance and regulartrips to fill it up.

 

The Eagle will Fly with the Condor

 
 

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17 Sep 2007

 

Eve Wright reports on a conference in Bolivia where Indigenous Leadersfrom across the Americas come together to preserve and share ancestralwisdom.

 

The Duck Effect

 
 

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17 Sep 2007

 

Photographer Kwok Chan went to a pilot eco-farm in a remote part of Guangdong on the south coast of China to witness their very first crop of duck-rice.

 

The Coldest Swim on Earth

 
 

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17 Sep 2007

 

Lawyer, environmentalist and endurance swimmer, Lewis Gordon Pugh has highlighed the effects of climate change in a one kilometre swim at the North Pole in waters measuring minus 1.8 centigrade.