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Team Kentukiana recently unveiled their Phoenix House, designed as their entry for this year’s Solar Decathlon Competition.
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The looms which make the People Tree fabric are 48 inches long, within these 48 inches, 6144 threads are placed, by hand through the reed on the loom, the reeds hold the threads in place to stop them tangling. Hand looms do not require electricity and so production is carbon neutral, helping reduce global warming and protect the planet. When people talk of India and Bangladesh, often what the mind conjures up is vibrant countries teeming with col...
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A brilliant example of a sustainable home in New Plymouth has taken out top prizes in the Taranaki Registered Master Builders 2015 House of the Year. - New Zealand Herald
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The oceans are on track to contain a ton of plastic for every three tons of fish.
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Germany is following Scotland's example and banning all GM crops!
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Photo by Fotonoticias/Getty Images Emma Watson is borrowing a page from Livia Firth and embarking on a "Green Carpet Challenge" of her own. After taking to Instagram to post about The True Cost, a film about the fashion industry's social and environmental pitfalls, the British actress and UN Wom ...
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Ranger Ghislain Somba Byombo on Protecting the Wildlife He Loves
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For over 20 years, Ghislain Somba Byombo has risked his life to protect wildlife in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). His reason for d

Piano virtuoso Lang Lang just raced sprinter Usain Bolt (on the keyboard...
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Fast fingers took centre stage at the Beijing National Stadium for the IAAF World Championships 2015

Good news shout out, August 21 - Virgin.com
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What Toothpaste Contains Microbeads? | Dental Patient News
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And what the H E double hockey sticks are microbeads anyway? According to the ABC News report you can watch…

Almond, walnut & banana breakfast slice
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I've teamed up with Alisons Pantry to create some nutritious recipes in the lead up to National Nut Day in October. This nourishing breakfas

Canterbury students launch NZ’s first ethical business shirt company | H...
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News release: Make Lemonade July 27, 2015 Two University of Canterbury postgraduate students have launched a company which is the first in N

How to Make Quinoa Pizza Crust
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No need to save pizza night for a “splurge” night! Give our protein- and fiber-packed quinoa crust a try. Not only is it a great gluten-free

Fighting back for the green economy
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The UK government has timed its attacks on renewable energy to perfection, writes James Dubrey. Public 'consultations' on proposals to cut a

CNN: WildAid's Peter Knights Discusses Death of Cecil the Lion
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The recent death of a beloved lion in Zimbabwe has sparked international outrage, with news that a US hunter killed "Cecil" after guides all

Palm Oil Investigations
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Palm Oil Investigations is a a voluntary group of 9 admins who are extremely passionate about the effects of Palm Oil.

Canterbury ‘Bee Team’ helps typhoon victims in the Philippines | Happyzi...
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University of Canterbury Canterbury ‘Bee Team’ helps typhoon victims in the Philippines Five University of Canterbury (UC) students have ret

London Linen garment - sown, grown and made in London
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Some of the London linen thread was naturally dyed using madder root also grown in London Nurturing a love of nature and wanting to critique

Seeds of Fashion exhibition at The South London Botanical Institute, Lam...
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Passamenterie garland woven by Jessica Light with flax grown within the M25 on a "shift" linen dress dyed with dhalia, dyers camomile, frenc

After taking time out to heal from Christchurch quakes, leading Kiwi art...
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Prominent New Zealand artist Melissa Sharplin has moved her studio to Wanaka's historic Cardrona Valley, with fresh motivation for a major e

Dramatic Stainless Steel Wire Fairies by Robin Wight
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Jo Fitzpatrick‎ UK sculptor Robin Wight creates dramatic scenes of wind-blown fairies clutching dandelions, clinging to trees, and seemingly

Rainbow Warrior Bombing 30th Anniversary
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Just before midnight on 10 July, 1985, French agents bombed the Rainbow Warrior. Their aim? To stop Greenpeace disrupting French nuclear tes

Yann Arthus Bertrand: 'There's something we are clearly missing'
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French photographer and environmental activist, Yann Arthus Bertrand, author of 'The Earth from the Air', sets out his hopes and fears for t

Seed Freedom! A last chance to thwart the great African seed grab
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Nineteen African nations meet today in Arusha, Tanzania, to finalise a 'plant protection' protocol that would open up the continent's seeds