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Call of threatened frog species saved as a mobile phone ringtone
(Sat 25/02)
Keepers at Chester Zoo are hoping that a mobile phone ringtone will help raise awareness of a highly threatened species of frog and save it from extinction.

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Europe and US sign trade agreement over organic products
(Thu 16/02)
The European Union and the United States has announced that organic products certified in Europe or in the United States may be sold as organic in either region.

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(Sat 11/02)
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£5m deal to boost roll-out of wind energy across Britain
(Thu 09/02)
Myriad CEG Power, the UK’s largest supplier and installer of green energy equipment, has signed a £5million deal with Gaia-Wind which will provide 200 wind turbines across the UK over the next 12 months.

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Airport cuts emissions by switching to solar PV for energy
(Mon 06/02)
Birmingham Airport will save 22 tonnes of carbon dioxide each year with the installation of 200 solar panels on the roof of its terminal. The 1.6m x 1m panels will generate 40,000 kWh a year; sufficient to power 12 avera

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(Sat 04/02)
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UK firm links up with Renault to supply electric vehicle charging points
(Thu 02/02)
UK-based Chargemaster, Europe’s leading Electric Vehicle (EV) charging technology provider and Vinci Energies have been chosen by Renault to install an electric vehicle charging infrastructure across several of its car

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Smart paint trials could boost structural safety of wind turbines
(Mon 30/01)
An innovative low-cost smart paint that can detect microscopic faults in wind turbines before structural damage occurs is being developed by researchers at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, Scotland.

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(Sat 28/01)
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Zero carbon, renewable hydrogen gas produced in pioneering process
(Tue 24/01)
A developer of breakthrough technology to produce green fuels using water and solar power, has announced that it has developed a process to produce zero carbon, renewable hydrogen gas.

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Ecotricity goes offshore to harness potential of wave power
(Mon 23/01)
Green energy company Ecotricity has announced it is to extend its wind and solar portfolio by adding the power of the sea to make green electricity.

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(Sun 22/01)
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Low-carbon first as Marks & Spencer trials hydrogen-powered vehicles
(Fri 20/01)
Marks & Spencer's drive to become the world's most sustainable retailer is being supported by the UK's first commercial trial of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles.

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Football pitch-sized batteries could change the world of renewable energy
(Mon 09/01)
2011 saw huge advances in solar, wind and other renewable energy sources, and these advancements will continue into 2012.

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12 simple, eco-friendly steps to enjoy a Green Christmas
(Sun 18/12)
The UK will create 3 million tonnes of rubbish this Christmas – the equivalent of 400,000 double-decker buses – and over half of this can be recycled.











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