Archive for November, 2009

November 30, 2009 | In: Business, Green

Do Documentary 09

As always the inspiring Do Lectures Documentary 2009 Do Documentary 09 on...

It is widely believed by television executives that programmes about the environment do not attract many viewers and those on climate change are particularly repellent. Hearing about our planet in peril tends to engender feelings of guilt, impotence,...

The Prince's Mayday network on climate change has today launched a new film aimed at encouraging small and medium-sized enterprises to seize the opportunities presented by addressing climate change. The ten minute film, entitled ‘Low Carbon, High...

Magnus Larsson: Turning dunes into architecture | Video on...

Napco ECOtray Sustainable CD/DVD Packaging Ecotraysisg North Carolina-based Napco specializes in design and manufacturing of packaging for the entertainment industry. The company has developed a new product called ECOtray CD and DVD packaging made from...

November 26, 2009 | In: Business, Green

Charting our water future

Economic frameworks to inform decision-making Growing competition for scarce water resources is a growing business risk, a major economic threat, and a challenge for the sustainability of communities and the ecosystems upon which they rely. It is an...

British Gas is giving customers the option of paying accurate energy bills each month, instead of relying largely on estimated meter readings. BBC News - New British Gas billing aimed at cutting...

Hans Rosling was a young guest student in India when he first realized that Asia had all the capacities to reclaim its place as the world's dominant economic force. At TEDIndia, he graphs global economic growth since 1858 and predicts the exact date that...

November 24, 2009 | In: Green

Have Yourself a Green Christmas

Some people enjoy a white Christmas. Others spend a blue Christmas. What we should all be having, though, is a green Christmas. Here's how. 1. Put up a real tree. If you think buying an artificial tree is environment-friendly just because you don't need...

Scientists from the Georgia Institute of Technology have created the world's first 3-D photovoltaic solar system that actually works underground. Using optical fibers common to the telecommunications industry, researchers seeded them with zinc oxide...

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