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Green MEP, Molly Scott Cato, launches a report on St George’s day that concludes the South West can produce 100% of its energy needs from renewables – and have some left over to export.

The study shows that a renewable energy revolution could create 122, 000 jobs across the region and add over £4bn a year to the South West economy. Nuclear and fossil fuels are a distraction says the report:

“We must slay those particular dragons” said Molly Scott Cato, “they are having a chilling effect, freezing out investment for renewable generation, as well as taking up all the additional grid capacity.”

The report identifies that a mix of renewable energy resources could, in combination with energy saving, better-quality homes and improved methods of storage, address concerns about baseload and peaks in demand. 


Green MEP, Molly Scott Cato, launches a report on St George's day that concludes the South West can produce 100% of its energy needs from renewables – and have some left over to export. The study shows that a renewable energy revolution could create 122, 000 jobs across the region and add over ...
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Starting from Kathmandu at 4,600 feet, the crew from Teton Gravity Research traveled by helicopter to 24,000 feet on supplemental oxygen to capture the majestic Himalaya in this captivating short f...
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The vast majority of city street journeys take place in cars – despite all the many benefits of cycling. What would it take to really get urban citizens taking to two wheels? Katia Moskvitch investigates.
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This is What Herding Sheep with a Drone Looks Like

  Won’t somebody think about the sheep dogs? Technology replacing yet another job sigh… :P    
  Won't somebody think about the sheep dogs? Technology replacing yet another job sigh... :P    
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The city of Pompeii uniquely captures the public's imagination - in AD79 a legendary volcanic disaster left its citizens preserved in ashes to this very day. Yet no-one has been able to unravel the full story that is at the heart of our fascination - how did those bodies become frozen in time?For the first time, the BBC has been granted unique access to these strange, ghost-like body casts that populate the ruins and, using the latest forensic te...
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The tallest stone at Stonehenge points towards the sunrise on the midwinter solstice, according to a new theory from a steward at the site.
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The National Cycle Network, which features more than 14,000 miles of walking and cycling paths across the UK, is celebrating its 20th anniversary. To provide some pedalling inspiration we’ve selected 10 of the best car-free routes from a new guide to the network
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After decades of car-filled streets, can a modern metropolis really turn its back on the automobile? One city is hoping that it can.
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There is already a waiting list for Bristol's first on-road cycle hangar, a secure storage unit for six bikes that has been installed on Eldon Terrace in Bedminster.

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Peregrine attacking a wigeon: https://youtu.be/PJx_GO2HuD4
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