Greening the Future September 2009

Greening the Future September 2009

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Necessity is the mother of solar invention
Necessity is the mother of solar invention
Teljoy's Green Credit scheme enables customers to reduce their electricity bills by more than 30% while the instalments are almost equal to the saving
One UK family's war on waste
One UK family's war on waste
Fed up with rising energy bills and an uncomfortable home, Rose Watson took some simple steps to green her home, with a positive effect on her budget.
Serving the environment
Serving the environment
The EnviroServ method eliminates odours and kills pathogens because it involves high temperatures during composting
Rich countries will suffer unless they help poor
Rich countries will suffer unless they help poor
Rich countries need to transfer funds to developing countries in order for both groups to reduce their carbon emissions significantly, says the UN.
Centre turns learners green
Centre turns learners green
The Delta Environmental Centre is empowering children to become more green.
Nedbank's green roots go deep
Nedbank's green roots go deep
One of Nedbank's primary areas of environmental focus is climate change
Every creature has its place
Every creature has its place
The Greening the Future judges commended the school's efforts, saying they were impressed by its ambitious and innovative approach to the environment
Little green fingers
Little green fingers
When the Birches Pre-Primary School garden and environmental project started in 1993, few learners showed interest.
Now is the time to stand up and be heard
Now is the time to stand up and be heard
Ordinary citizens need to make themselves heard to force the world to commit to a binding climate change treaty at the end of the year
50/50 postponement alarms supporters
50/50 postponement alarms supporters
Launched 25 years ago, 50/50 is the world's longest-running environmental series and the SABC's longest-running feature

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