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US Department Of Energy Makes $150M Bet On Solar Tech

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US Department Of Energy Makes $150M Bet On Solar Tech

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On Friday, Secretary of Energy Stephen Chu announced a "game changing" development in solar energy. A company called 1366 Technologies, headquartered in Lexington, Mass., has developed a silicon solar wafer that wo...

Trauma Center Treats Sea Turtles

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Trauma Center Treats Sea Turtles

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This month, on beaches up and down the U.S. East Coast, tens of thousands of newly-hatched loggerhead sea turtles are emerging from the sand and crawling into the Atlantic. Very few of these baby turtles will survi...

Bolivia cancels controversial Amazon highway

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Bolivia cancels controversial Amazon highway

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By Gerardo Bustillos (AFP) LA PAZ — Bolivian President Evo Morales announced Friday he was scrapping a hugely controversial plan to build a highway through an Amazon ecological reserve that has triggered widespre...

Study suggests ageing in the central nervous system of Multiple Sclerosis patients can be reversed

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Study suggests ageing in the central nervous system of Multiple Sclerosis patients can be reversed

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New research highlights the possibility of reversing ageing in the central nervous system for multiple sclerosis (MS) patients. As we get older, our bodies' ability to regenerate decreases.  This is not only true ...

Toyota breaks out of China’s rare earth shackles

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Toyota breaks out of China’s rare earth shackles

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If you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em. And if you can’t join ‘em, innovate. That’s what Toyota Motor Corp. is doing as it develops an alternative technology that could trivialize China’s stranglehold on the supply of r...

If We Eat Less Meat, Perhaps We Can Eat Better Meat

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If We Eat Less Meat, Perhaps We Can Eat Better Meat

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Americans love meat. Meat is not so great for the environment. But perhaps there is a middle ground: As meat consumption decreases, we’re seeing Americans buying the more expensive, humanely raised stuff. America...

Community Groups Join Forces to Support Clean Energy and Save Money

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Community Groups Join Forces to Support Clean Energy and Save Money

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In the depths of the recession, when budgets were tighter than usual, a group of churches in Washington, D.C., noticed energy bills were eating up huge chunks of their budgets. “The huge amount our institutions ...

Global alliance aims to tackle forest crime

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Global alliance aims to tackle forest crime

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Interpol and the United Nations have joined forces to launch an initiative to tackle global forest crime. Project Leaf will target criminals involved in illegal logging and timber trafficking. The scheme will also...

Antarctic Ozone Hole 2nd Smallest in 20 Years

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Antarctic Ozone Hole 2nd Smallest in 20 Years

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The ozone hole above the Antarctic has hit its maximum extent for the year. Due to warm temperatures, the opening in the protective atmospheric layer was the second smallest it has been for 20 years, scientists...

Seattle’s Urban Food Forest Is Open For Foraging

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Seattle’s Urban Food Forest Is Open For Foraging

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If you’re in Seattle, you can soon skip the farmer’s market. The Beacon Food Forest will grow plums, apples, walnuts, berries, vegetables, and herbs--all free for the taking. There’s free food everywhere, if you ...

Deforestation in Africa’s Congo Basin rainforest slows

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Deforestation in Africa’s Congo Basin rainforest slows

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Tree loss in one of the world's largest rainforests has slowed, a study suggests. Satellite images of Africa's Congo Basin reveal that deforestation has fallen by about a third since 2000. Researchers believe this...

Saudi Women Defy Driving Ban

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Saudi Women Defy Driving Ban

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Activists in Saudi Arabia are claiming victory in their protest against a ban on female drivers in the country. A few dozen women got behind the wheel Saturday in their push for easing restrictions on women in the ...

Menhaden – The most Important fish you’ve never heard of!

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Menhaden – The most Important fish you’ve never heard of!

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Menhaden are one of the most important fish you've probably never heard of. They are a keystone species, a vital link in the ocean's food chain. Four years ago, they were in serious trouble. Overfishing and polluti...

Round Table Global – Beyond Sustainability 19th April 2017 London

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Round Table Global – Beyond Sustainability 19th April 2017 London

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Positive TV are looking forward to taking part in the next event at The Jetty, North Greenwich with Round Table Global. You are invited to come and join us with your families on the Jetty in April for a weekend of ...

MCII wins Momentum for Change Award 2017

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MCII wins Momentum for Change Award 2017

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Press Release MCII wins Momentum for Change Award 2017 Bonn, 12 October 2017 - Today, the Munich Climate Insurance Initiative (MCII) won the prestigious 2017 Momentum for Change Award for its efforts...

Circle of Women by Nalini Blossom. Celebrating International Women’s Day 2019

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Circle of Women by Nalini Blossom. Celebrating International Women’s Day 2019

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We love this beautiful song and video from Nalini Blossom. To find out more about her and her music or download this beautiful song visit. https://naliniblossom.bandcamp.com/track/circle-of-women?fbclid=IwAR2YRjOc...

Campfire Convention: Interview with Suzi Martineau founder of the Tree Conference

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Campfire Convention: Interview with Suzi Martineau founder of the Tree Conference

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Tree Conference founder Suzi Martineau talks to Campfire Convention's Pete Lawrence and reflects on this year's conference, shifts in thinking, social change, politics and tree hugging. www.campfireconvention.com www....

Human Flow – The Movie

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Human Flow – The Movie

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Over 65 million people around the world have been forced from their homes to escape famine, climate change and war in the greatest human displacement since World War II. Human Flow, an epic film journey led by the int...

Discovery gives hope for efficient, flexible, inexpensive plastic solar cells

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Discovery gives hope for efficient, flexible, inexpensive plastic solar cells

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Silicon-based solar cells, by far the most prevalent type of solar cell available today, might provide clean, green energy but they are bulky, rigid and expensive to produce. Organic (carbon-based) semiconductors ar...

Bees’ tiny brains beat computers, study finds

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Bees’ tiny brains beat computers, study finds

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We always knew Bees were wonderful, here's another article from the Guardian.co.uk prooving it!... Bees can solve complex mathematical problems which keep computers busy for days, research has shown. The insect...