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Wastecoffeegroundsaddflavourtofabric
From: Reuters on Mon, Jul 18 2011 10:24 AM
July 18 - A Taiwanese textile company is using waste coffee grounds to make an environmentally friendly fabric that dries fast and controls odors. Tara Cleary reports.
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Solarwindowsoffersolutiontobrighterfuture
From: Reuters on Tue, Jul 12 2011 3:05 PM
July 12 - An Israeli company hopes to revolutionize the green solutions market with solar windows that combine electricity production, energy reduction and transparent design. Basmah Fahim reports.
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Californiabreedingprogramoffershopeforendangeredturtles
From: Reuters on Mon, Jul 11 2011 2:56 PM
July 11 - Scientists at a secluded property in Southern California are attempting to breed turtles in an effort to save some of the rarest and most endangered species from extinction. Ben Gruber reports.
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Bringinglighttothepooroneliteratatime
From: Reuters on Mon, Jul 11 2011 2:56 PM
July 11 - A bottled liter of water with a few teaspoons of bleach is proving to be a successful recipe for dwellers in the light-deprived slums of the Philippines. The simple technology is spreading sunlight in places where it has never been, and saving residents money at the same time. Gemma Ha...
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Swedishfamilylearnstolivelowcarbonlifestyle
From: Reuters on Thu, Jul 07 2011 8:09 AM
July 7 - After six months of living a carbon-lean life in a specially built house in Stockholm, the Lindell family has returned home to reflect on the lessons learned. The project was undertaken to establish whether a family can lead a normal life while producing annual carbon emission levels of...
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Swedishfamilylearnstolivelowcarbonlifestyle
From: Reuters on Thu, Jul 07 2011 7:11 AM
July 7 - After six months of living a carbon-lean life in a specially built house in Stockholm, the Lindell family has returned home to reflect on the lessons learned. The project was undertaken to establish whether a family can lead a normal life while producing annual carbon emission levels of...
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Sydneyseesbigemissionscutwithcityenergyplan
From: Reuters on Wed, Jul 06 2011 1:09 PM
July 6 - Sydney, Australia’s biggest city with a population of four and a half million people, has announced plans to try and cut greenhouse gas emissions by 70 percent by 2030. The plans are fully supported by private business in the city and incorporate state-of-the-art technologies to harness...
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AbusyJuly4fortheBeckhams
From: Reuters on Mon, Jul 04 2011 11:36 AM
July 4 - David Beckham talks soccer, the arrival of his first daughter, and the royal visit by Prince William and Kate Middleton to the U.S. Doug MacLaurin reports.
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AbusyJuly4fortheBeckhams
From: Reuters on Mon, Jul 04 2011 11:03 AM
July 4 - David Beckham talks soccer, the arrival of his first daughter, and the royal visit by Prince William and Kate Middleton to the U.S. Doug MacLaurin reports.
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AbusyJuly4fortheBeckhams
From: Reuters on Mon, Jul 04 2011 10:59 AM
David Beckham talks soccer, the arrival of his first daughter, and the royal visit by Prince William and Kate Middleton to the U.S. Doug MacLaurin reports.
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TreebotThetreeclimbingforestsentinel
From: Reuters on Thu, Jun 30 2011 12:37 PM
June 30 - Scientists at the Chinese University of Hong Kong have developed an autonomous, caterpillar-inspired robot, designed to climb trees and spot danger to forests via a built-in camera. Tara Cleary reports.
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TreebotThetreeclimbingforestsentinel
From: Reuters on Thu, Jun 30 2011 12:00 PM
June 30 - Scientists at the Chinese University of Hong Kong have developed an autonomous, caterpillar-inspired robot, designed to climb trees and spot danger to forests via a built-in camera. Tara Cleary reports.
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Kenyanwaterprojectanallinoneefforttosavelives
From: Reuters on Wed, Jun 29 2011 7:33 AM
June 29 - Four million rural Kenyans are receiving point-of-use water filters as part of a project aimed at preventing disease, cutting emissions and saving trees. Vestergaard Frandsen, the Danish company behind the idea hopes that through carbon trading, the project can become a viable, self-su...
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AerialfootagecapturesChilevolcanoeruption
From: Reuters on Thu, Jun 23 2011 2:02 PM
June 23 - Seen from a Chilean Air Force plane, impressive new images of Chile’s volcano show the eruption in its full glory. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
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Robotseparatesrecyclablesfromothergarbage
From: Reuters on Tue, Jun 21 2011 4:22 PM
June 21 - A Finnish waste management company is testing a recycling robot that can identify recyclables among other garbage. Jim Drury reports.
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Germanyspostnuclearlandscape
From: Reuters on Wed, Jun 15 2011 1:01 PM
June 15 - After the Fuksuhima disaster in Japan, Germany led the way in deciding to switch off nuclear power. As it turns to renewable energy and analysts warn of possible power supply shortages, Reuters TV visits a small German town which already covers all its energy needs with alternatives. J...
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FloodingswampseasternAustralia
From: Reuters on Wed, Jun 15 2011 12:18 PM
June 15 - Floods inundate parts of New South Wales in southeastern Australia, forcing up to 1,500 people to evacuate. Travis Brecher reports.
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Arizonawildfirespreading
From: Reuters on Mon, Jun 13 2011 3:00 PM
June 12 - Winds and dry weather blamed for steep increase in the size of one of the U.S. state’s biggest fires in history.
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CanIkeepyouBaboonadoptsBushbaby
From: Reuters on Mon, Jun 13 2011 2:34 PM
June 13 - A six-month-old baboon baffles experts in Kenya by adopting a three-month-old Bushbaby. Gemma Haines reports.
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TimelapserevealssplendorofChileannightsky
From: Reuters on Wed, Jun 01 2011 6:10 PM
June 1 - The Chilean night sky has been revealed in all its star-studded glory by time-lapse video shot by two astronomers at the Euopean Southern Observatory (ESO) in northern Chile. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
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