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On a beautiful day in New York City, Jason jogged around Central Park with a guy dresssed in a coal suit! Seems silly? Well, not when you think about the positive impact that cleaner coal can have on the environment.. The amazing Integrated Gasification Combined Cycle system converts coal into a high-value, cleaner burning fuel. Using this fuel, a power plant can reduce its key pollutants by as much as 50 percent compared to a conventional coal power plant.
14 May 2008
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Marked by towering glaciers and vast expanses of tundra and open sea, the astonishing Arctic landscape exudes a feeling of immense power. But the region's ecosystem is actually one of the most fragile, and it is facing quick deterioration from man-made intrusions such as mining, oil drilling, and pollution - as well as global warming. Journey with explore to meet the region's people and find out how these issues are affecting their time-honored way of life. explore™ (*******explore****) is a multimedia organization that documents leaders around the world who have devoted their lives to extraordinary causes. Both educational and inspirational, explore creates a portal into the soul of humanity by championing the selfless acts of others. Distributed by Tubemogul.
25 Jul 2010
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26 Nov 2008
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spcial talk on water issues of punjab. Mr JAGMOHAN SINGH of Lok Kalyan samiti gave interview
25 Dec 2008
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A little story about about the green movement and how it's for all people in all sizes and all shapes. One of a series of animations by StoryPeeps Studio based on the stories and artwork of Brian Andreas. Animation - Cris Hamilton.
29 Jan 2009
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Drawing students from around the world, EARTH University in Costa Rica teaches future leaders how to implement agricultural techniques that drive economic progress while still respecting and preserving the earth's resources. It's mission is to promote sustainable development and eco-sensitive agriculture in the developing world. explore™ (*******explore****) is a multimedia organization that documents leaders around the world who have devoted their lives to extraordinary causes. Both educational and inspirational, explore creates a portal into the soul of humanity by championing the selfless acts of others. Distributed by Tubemogul.
29 Jan 2009
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Driven to Sustain is a campaign that promotes sustainable living and global environmental awareness.
23 Feb 2009
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A quick update of the first two weeks of our mission. Visit www.driventosustain.ca to learn more
23 Feb 2009
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A brief overview of our previous Canadian media exposure
24 Feb 2009
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Fully loaded with fuel and determined to find warmer weather, Cloe and I made a break for the southern States. From Toronto, we were convinced that three days of driving would easily reach Florida. Once deep within the sunshine state we would continue our work shooting the documentary, educating in schools, and promoting sustainable living within the media.
24 Feb 2009
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Controversial new technology capable of reducing carbon emissions from coal-fired power stations is under scrutiny as environmental protesters target Kingsnorth power station, the first site planning to use it.
1 May 2009
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We drove through the prairie fields of Southern Alberta (seeing Tyson’s first hare!) to eventually reach the gravel road leading to the Miltow Colony. We rolled up to the last row of houses that look much like military bunkhouses, got out of our van, and were greeted by Sam, the financial manager of the colony. We didn’t see anyone else yet but we were intrigued. Sam is a round-faced, gentle-looking man. He, and all the men as we were going to see, wore black coats, black pants, and black hats that add a few inches to their height. He beckoned us inside where we sat on a steel bench in a room with a desk, a couple of metal chairs, and a wooden clock on the wall. They offered us pork sausage and juice boxes that we accepted as two girls about our age entered the room. Michelle and Lorna were beautiful, smiling girls who, like all the other women, wore black and white polka dot headscarves, black coats, and striped skirts that went down to their black shoes. They all did their hair in a centre part with tight rolls away from their faces. Michelle was our main guide for our tour of the colony but we quickly discovered that everything happens in groups. Especially tours with outside people. In these days we saw, learned, and experienced so much. It is so interesting how self-sufficient they are. Michelle, and the troupe of girls that we accumulated, toured us through everything: the smoke house; the butchery/meat preparation building; the chicken, cow, and pig pens; the grade school which is taught by government teachers; the greenhouse; the kitchen; the church; the ‘lagoon’ where they capture the methane to power the pig buildings; the composter; the carpentry, blacksmith, and mechanic workshops. We were invited for dinner so we stayed and then we asked if we could stay overnight, in our van, in the heated mechanic shop, so that we could filter our oil faster in the morning. They were definitely comfortable, but curious, about our van and about us staying. I got to know a few of the girls enough to love their individual personalities. They were happy people and we were happy spending the day with them. -Cloe
20 Aug 2009
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