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Inspiring new action for the Arctic
Scientists from UK research ship sample world's largest iceberg
Monster swim to highlight the kelp in our oceans
Sand and sky initiatives focus on keeping the heat in
Seawater illuminates rural villages
Lava sparks idea for new flame-retardant material
Royal Mail journeys to reduce its environmental impact
Glenfiddich turns whiskey waste into biofuel
The Maldives build 'a floating city' to combat climate change
New Weather Station installed on Volcano in Chile
Seville turns a sticky situation into green energy
Sailor achieves world record and environmental mission
Airbus reveals new missions for climate change
Weeds used for industrial leaks ...
Former astronaut visits bottom of the ocean in world first ...
Sweden launches first 'wood' wind turbine
London team launch first fully recyclable takeaway ...
Ocean ambassador swims under Antarctic ice sheet ...
Sunflower-influenced solar panels could harvest 400% more energy.
Scotland leads the way with tidal invention
Harnessing the power of the sun for electricity may not be new, but a UK technology company have pioneered transportable, foldable Solar panels that can fit in the back of a car making them extremely versatile and helpful in a range of situations.
Over 600 scientists from 19 countries are preparing for the biggest ever expedition in the central Artic in the hope of improving our understanding of climate change.