Tag Archive | "carbon neutral"


Climate Change Sceptics

Wednesday, July 29, 2009

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Climate Change Sceptics

If local forecasts about tomorrows weather are often wrong, then how likely are predictions about the planets future climate to be correct? It's open to debate! Check out the radio broadcast for the OTHER side of the story regarding global warming.

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How can the Amazon develop sustainably?

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

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How can the Amazon develop sustainably?

In this vision of the Amazon, the forest will be preserved as a large national park with sprinklings of industry added to enrich its inhabitants. The agriculture at its edge will be more productive than it is today, making use of abandoned land and raising yields to meet domestic and foreign demand without encroaching farther into the jungle. This is aim is plausible, as well as commendable, but it will take decades to accomplish. In the meantime, the forest will continue to shrink. The fight today is over how fast that happens.

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Is Google killing the planet?

Monday, January 12, 2009

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Is Google killing the planet?

We all know that the creation of electricity has an impact on the environment in what ever form it takes, so it is hardly surprising to read analysis that large, data centre loving companies like Google are having a significant…

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CTF heads for a Carbon Neutral website

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

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CTF heads for a Carbon Neutral website

Here at Children’s Tropical Forest we’ve taken a step to making our website operation carbon neutral by teaming up with NS Design for the supply of our web hosting. NS Design use data centres owned by Coreix the first UK data centre to…

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