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  • Journeys for Climate Justice

    Journeys for Climate Justice (JCJ) offers an exciting way for individuals and organisations to contribute to meaningful action on climate change, by funding and supporting innovative projects in the Asia Pacific Region.

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  • South Lakes Action on Climate Change toward Transition

    We are a community led orgnisation in South Lakeland in Cumbria involved in a wide variety of campaigns, protests and local climate change projects. Go to www.slacc.org.uk for more information.

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  • Staveley Green Travel Initiative

    Staveley Green Travel Initiative (Staveley Gti) is a community led project aimed at improving quality of life by increasing awareness of alternative travel options and their benefits in the village of Staveley in Cumbria. Last year we went door-to-door offering local people individual travel planning, signposting useful organisations and providing bus timetables and other interesting material. We also ran a series of events such as cycle maintanance workshops and bike trains. Go to http://www.staveley-gti.co.uk/ for more information.

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  • SEC Climate Portal www.climatechange.sg

    This program is based on the book "Climate Change: A Silent Threat". The SEC Climate Portal was developed by the Singapore Environment Council (www.sec.org.sg). This site provides detailed information on climate change related issues globally and in the local context. The Climate Change Portal consolidates all climate change related projects undertaken by the Singapore Environment Council (SEC) as well as climate change related services (Carbon Calculator, Options for offsetting carbon emissions). In so doing, the Climate Change Portal is a one-stop centre for provision of information as well as services related to climate change. Please visit the site at www.climatechange.sg

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  • Informal investigation into practical methods of generating non-intermittent future electrical power while at the same time reducing carbon emissions.

    There are many experts in their respective fields of expertise that are not necessarily able to evaluate multiple technologies across disparate technical boundaries. Throughout history it has been seen that people who have knowledge and experience in fields other than a particular subject area can shed light on problems simply by taking a transverse view. It is also the writer’s experience that experts do not necessarily welcome such views. However, given the evidence to date regarding the published suggested solutions to both future power and global warming, it is obvious that other solutions are necessary.

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    Many people in zambia,especially those in rural areas live without access to regular electricity.The rural families and schools currently use kerosene lanterns as a lighting source.But kerosene emits unhealthy fumes which produces extremely dim light and far too often ends up burning people or homes in accidents. kerosene lamps pose a fire hazard and the fumes(each kerosine lamp gives off about 250kg of carbon dioxide every year)harming peoples eyes,lungs and contribute to global warming.Moreover,kerosene used in these lamps is expensive and mostly unavailable in rural areas. Burning kerosene lamps indoors produces the following pollutants: -carbon dioxide (co2) causing global warming -carbon monoxide(co) replaces the oxygen indoor and can be fatal. -Nitrogen oxides and sulphur oxides(NOX,SOX)causing lung and eye infections,respiratory problems and cancer. The world Bank estimates that 780 million women and children breathing particulate laden kerosene fumes inhale the equivalent of smoke from two packs of cigarettes a day.

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  • UK AWARE 2011

    UK AWARE 2011, Green and Ethical Lifestyle Exhibition – Friday 25th and Saturday 26th March, Olympia 2, Hammersmith Road, London. 10am-6pm UK AWARE is a one stop shop for contemporary sustainable living and 2011 will be the fourth year of sending out positive messages to the general public about how small changes can make a big difference, and how sustainable living doesn’t mean compromising a modern lifestyle. Come and see thousands of innovative products and services ranging from cars to computers, from fashion to food and from eco-tourism to energy saving advice – and lots more!

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  • free energy

    to produce free energy without any burning derivates

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  • Kensington Meadows - Creating Edible Landscape

    • What - Community tree planting event • Where – Kensington Meadows, London Road, Bath • When – 10am Saturday 13th November 2010 More Trees for Bath and north east Somerset is one of the first in the country to receive 420 free trees from the Woodland Trust as part of its "More Trees, More Good" campaign. Over the next 50 years, millions of native trees are to be planted across the UK, producing a range of benefits that we can all enjoy. Over 500 registrations were received for community packs this autumn and, as a result, more than 70,000 trees will be planted. Hundreds of neighbourhoods across the UK will celebrate with a public tree planting event and more are encouraged to follow this example by registering for a free tree pack for spring or autumn 2011 from the Trust.

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