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Innovation: 1/6 of 6

How young people are tackling global warming - one innovation at a time

Arthur Wyns

7th August, 2017

Europe’s biggest climate innovation network gives young people the chance to develop business ideas that tackle climate change. Might a business approach offer solutions for dealing with climate change to the next generation, asks ARTHUR WYNS more...

Leading from Nature: Politics and Biomimicry

Elizabeth Wainwright, Nature Editor

13th June, 2017

As Theresa May and her Ministers struggle to make a pact with the DUP, Ecologist Nature Editor, ELIZABETH WAINWRIGHT says we could all do worse than model both leadership and politics on Nature and work together to improve partnership and community, as well as innovation more...

Re-Purposing Air Pollution to make Air Inks

Laura Briggs

7th February, 2017

LAURA BRIGGS reports on an innovative project that turns city-centre air pollution from vehicle exhausts into Air-Inks for artists more...
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Janine Benyus: we need to go way beyond energy efficiency in design

Laura Sevier

30th June, 2010

The president of the Biomimicry Institute on learning from nature, designing cities to perform like ecosystems and why chemists, engineers and architects need to learn more biology more...
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Ivili - new video website for sharing green tech ideas

Jeremy Smith

14th September, 2009

There are plenty of small scale, locally appropriate innovations out there. Jeremy Smith has set up a video archive and social network that puts all the stories and advice together more...
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How green is your office?

Low Carbon Innovation Network

19th July, 2007

Research shows that however green we are in the home, most of us leave our eco-habits at the factory gate when we clock in for the nine to five. For those of you who can see what needs to be done in your office, but don't know how to go about doing it, here's an eight-point guide put together by the Low Carbon Innovation Network. more...

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