Articles Tagged with the word ‘region’
13 Dec 2010
One man's mission to protect and restore his local environment. Rabary DesirÈ has been honoured for his remarkable forest conservation achievements by Seacology
09 Jun 2010
An international youth group travelled to Acre in Brazil, to give a voice to some of the initiatives helping to protect the Amazon rainforest
15 Jun 2009
Working with the Papua New Guinea Government and Seattle's Woodland Park Zoo and Conservation International, residents have recently created the first national conservation area.
27 May 2009
A £2million fund has been opened today, providing grants of between £100,000 and £500,000 to new projects that can demonstrate significant carbon savings
31 Jan 2009
Over the past 15 years, Spain's Navarre region has undergone an energy transformation.
31 Dec 2008
Lord Coe met with the Members of Youth Parliament (MYPs) from across the West Midlands including the four members from Shropshire.
31 May 2008
Thousands of volunteers get together to restore, beautify and improve waterways and other public areas.
31 Mar 2008
The Good Karma Drive team have embarked on a quest to change a corner of the world by raising awareness of the need for good education for marginalized children in North India.
17 Sep 2007
Slow Fish 2007, a fair organised by Slow Food, took place in Genoa earlier this year. Held for the third time, this biennial international event is dedicated entirely to the world of fishing.
13 Mar 2007
Sarah Wilkinson explores how a non-profit, grassroots organisation in the town of Orange, in the northeastern state of Massachusetts, is benefiting its community while also helping to regenerate its economy.
07 Mar 2007
We celebrate the recent birth of two litters of white lions, looking at the story behind these revered animals
29 Nov 2006
Tomorrow's England is a project to turn major global issues into garden fence talk' where the likely impacts of climate change can be investigated, region by region or even town by town.
21 Dec 2005
Women in the Essaouira region of rural Morocco have been given a new lease of life, while preserving the country's oldest' of inhabitants, thanks to a co-operative run exclusively by women.
02 Dec 2005
China is in a position to become the world leader in wind power, according to a Greenpeace report released in October. By 2020, Guandong province could produce enough energy from wind turbines to meet the equivalent of Hong Kong's total current electricity supply, says the Wind Guandong report.
30 Dec 2001
In the five years of its existence, Al-Jazeera has become the most watched satellite channel in the Arab world and has infuriated every government from Libya to Kuwait. What draws the viewers is news and political debate of a kind that the Arab world had never seen until the channel started in 1996.
30 Dec 2001
New Delhi ñ Just as the Gulf War in 1991 was all about oil, the new conflict in South and Central Asia is no less about access to the region's abundant petroleum resources, ac-cording to Indian analysts.