Articles Tagged with the word ‘use’
25 Nov 2008
We know that our current high levels of materialism are having a hugeimpact on the planet but we continue to produce and consume more thanwe could ever possibly need, use or enjoy.
17 Jun 2008
The Coral Reef Alliance, CORAL, is a member-supported, non-profit organisation, dedicated to keeping reefs alive.
31 May 2008
Positive Actions gives insights into education from Be The Change contributer James Dakin and eco-living from a couple on the Shetlands.
05 Mar 2008
The European Commission is to present a comprehensive strategy to move beyond Gross Domestic Product.
07 Jun 2006
A brand new classroom with straw bale walls will soon be in use by thechildren of High Ham CE Primary School, near Langport in Somerset. Theeco' classroom, the first to be built in Somerset, uses the latest insustainable building methods.
31 May 2006
The Eurosolar Awards pay tribute to those that have created inspiring projects and have given outstanding service to the promotion of renewable energy.
07 Mar 2006
Californian officials are attempting to pass a bill, which would give farmers in the State, the right to grow hemp as a crop.
19 Dec 2005
The World's only Minister for Renewable Energy, Vilas Muttemwar, Honourable Minister for Non Conventional Energy Sources in India, has received 2005's World Wind Energy Award for all his outstanding achievements in pursuing policies to encourage the use of wind energy.
19 Dec 2005
Nuclear power looked dead its credibility in tatters after years of cost overruns and safety fears, unanswered questions about radioactive waste and the use of many countries' civilian nuclear programmes to make weapons.
29 Jun 2005
All the amazing things that can be done with hemp were on show at the 7th Spring Salon du Chanvre, at Noyal-sur-Vilaine in Britanny. Building materials, clothes, oils, soaps and salves, all sorts of foods including flour and beer, and hemp sandals and welly boots.
28 Feb 2005
Slowing down in Werfenweng, a model community for car-free tourism in the Austrian Alps.
29 Dec 2004
Imagine going on your holidays to the Austrian Alps and only needing one key to guarantee unlimited mobility and the use of over twenty different modes of transport: electric cars, E-scooters, E-fun-riders, bicycles and horse carriages, mostly running on sustainable wind and solar energy. With its Sanfte Mobilitat scheme, the town of Werfenweng has become a model for car-free...
29 Feb 2004
In Italy there are over 300 organic school meals schemes since a law was passed in 1999 to promote the use of high quality and organic produce.
30 Sep 2002
The publication of a book by Fritjof Capra is always a landmark event and The Hidden Connections is no exception, combining social theory with cutting edge insights from the study of biological systems to present a coherent overview of the clash between ecology and economics at the start of the twenty first century.
30 Jun 2002
The London Plan will require the use of renewable energy in big developments; a big increase in the provision of solar energy technology where technically feasible and wider use of green roofs planted on top of buildings.
30 Jun 2002
They also challenged the people of the world not to buy products that cause pollution, to live simply and use only what you need, reduce, reuse, recycle and compost, reduce the number of factories and cars, listen to each other especially children.