Archived articles from 2010

 

French Student's Eco-Marathon Success

 
 

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01 Jun 2010

 

A team of French students have just smashed Eco-Marathon's 5 year long world record with a car capable of over 10,000 miles per gallon.

 

Host Papa

 
 

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18 May 2010

 


 

World Fair Trade Day 2010

 
 

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05 May 2010

 

On 8th May World Fair Trade Day 2010 is being celebrated through hundreds of events in more than 70 countries around the world.

 

Positive Changes for Wind Power

 
 

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04 May 2010

 

US based company and wind turbine developer WindSail have been addressing what some people site as the drawbacks to wind power with a comprehensively positive response.

 

A Growing Well Known Secret

 
 

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04 May 2010

 

Designed by inventor Rupert Sweet-Escott the Secret Energy Turbine or S.E.T is a wind turbine that looks like a chimney pot and works silently.

 

The Great Exhibition Returns in 2012

 
 

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04 May 2010

 

Julie Benson explains the motivation behind The Great Exhibition 2012 and tells us why she believes it is important for the UK to celebrate its heritage and history.

 

New Engine is a Breath of Fresh Air

 
 

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28 Apr 2010

 

Compressed air as a vehicle fuel is a fundamentally clean technology. It is fast becoming science fact rather than science fiction, with compressed air prototype cars having been tested for use as private transport in both India and the US.

 

Brazil Rising

 
 

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19 Apr 2010

 

In just seven years of office, the charismatic Brazilian leader has turned his homeland into the 'country of tomorrow'.

 

Inspired Action Conference

 
 

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29 Mar 2010

 


 

New Social Enterprise Promotes Creativity

 
 

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25 Mar 2010

 

Launching this Sunday, Lifebulb is a social enterprise, through which people can take part in new activities enabling them to fulfil their creative potential.

 

Fighting Hunger on International Women's Day

 
 

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08 Mar 2010

 

Campaign launched to generate support for poor women across the globe, as a new report shows the value of empowering women in the fight against hunger and poverty.

 

Stanford Paper Battery

 
 

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08 Mar 2010

 

Dip an ordinary piece of paper into ink infused with carbon nanotubes and silver nanowires, and it turns into a battery or supercapacitor.

 

The Turning Point

 
 

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03 Mar 2010

 

The Turning Point: a return to community is a positive, inspiringdocumentary about our transition to a low-carbon future, exploring thevital role of community in the creation of a life-sustaining society.

 

How to Make and Use Compost

 
 

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03 Mar 2010

 

How to Make and Use Compost by Nicky Scott, is a new comprehensive guide to composting.

 

Forest to Reflourish

 
 

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03 Mar 2010

 

Recognising the need for ecological restoration, a local group in Scotland have set about transforming a barren valley.

 

A Celebration of Tribal Peoples

 
 

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03 Mar 2010

 

'We Are One: a Celebration of Tribal Peoples' is a truly unique collection of indigenous wisdom, stunning images and extracts, surrounding the ideology of mori kami yamaki', which means, 'we are all one'.

 

A Carpet Ride to Khiva

 
 

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03 Mar 2010

 

Christopher Aslan Alexander originally travelled to Khiva, a little-known walled city in Uzbekistan, to write a guide book.

 

Why It's Time to Swap Your Cuppa

 
 

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03 Mar 2010

 

The main campaign focus of Fairtrade Fortnight 2010 is tea, with people being encouraged to organise tea-themed events from a tea dance to a mad hatter's tea party or morning tea at a local cafe or hall.

 

Refugee Wins Award for Radio Programme

 
 

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03 Mar 2010

 

A 16-year-old Congolese boy has been awarded the annual International Children's Peace Prize, for producing a radio programme for children in a Tanzanian refugee camp.

 

Crossing Worlds

 
 

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03 Mar 2010

 

The Crossing Worlds Programme is a bridge for all peoples to learn from and be inspired by the living Earth.