Wise words from Garden Organic Even if you don’t remember the drought of 1976, you are probably aware of the current water shortages across England. With the forecast due for a dry July, here below are some tips for the … Continued
“It’s possible to rehabilitate large-scale damaged ecosystems.” Environmental film maker John D. Liu documents large-scale ecosystem restoration projects in China, Africa, South America and the Middle East, highlighting the enormous benefits for people and planet of undertaking these efforts globally.
A million properties across England could in future be heated by water from rivers, canals and the sea, the government says.The Department for Energy calculates this is the potential of a technology known as the water source heat pump.This relies … Continued
The Autumn 2014 National Trust Magazine gives details of ways in which their properties are starting to use less energy: with hydro electricity in Northumberland, wind turbines in Cumbria, electric Land Rovers in Snowdonia, biomass in Herefordshire, sea power at Plas … Continued
27 Sep 2014, Amritapuri Amritavarsham – Amma’s 61st Birthday Celebrations The Amrita Center of Biotechnology introduced a Microbial Fuel Cell, which utilizes energy from bacterial growth in wastewater to generate electricity while simultaneously bringing about purification of the wastewater – … Continued
In Duindorp, in the Netherlands, they are using the heat from seawater to heat 800 new homes that meet modern standards for affordable housing in the Netherlands. District heating using seawater turns out to be the most affordable solution, ensuring … Continued
Practical Action write:- “Broken pipes in Zimbabwe irrigation systems mean that farmers are unable to grow crops to feed and support their families. Farmers like Reginald Tawanda, he’s farmed in Manicaland, Zimbabwe for over 50 years. He has always supported … Continued
The Environment Agency has said that Britain must adapt to weather extremes, on the basis of the data for 2012, when within a four-month period rivers such as the Tyne, Ouse and Tone fell to their lowest and rose to their … Continued