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Fracking bad and not funny. Fracking for making bad boys money.

Mother Channel | Fracking bad and not funny. Fracking for making bad boys money.

Note: This video contains swearing.  “Australia’s Northern Territory, home to it’s greatest natural treasure – Natural Gas, which is being opened to fracking. Fracking is a complex mining process, where gas is being pumped into the “bleep bleep” of politicians, to access the land so they can tap into shale and ...

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Nuclear vs Renewable

Nuclear vs Renewable – A sane view Filmed for Cape Town Television (7.30pm Monday and repeated Friday 10.30am) and released here on Mother Channel. Jason Sole provides a thought provoking mind experiment on what could be termed the evolution of electricity generation and an urgent need for sanity when deciding ...

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Transport Systems ~ Actions against Negative Effects!

Mother Channel interviews Ms. Maddy Churchhouse, final year undergraduate at the University of Edinburgh, and Hired Consultant at the Sustainable Low Carbon Transport Partnership with PPMC (Paris Process on Mobility and Climate) at COP 22, Marrakech. The PPMC joins Michelin Challenge Design in order to promote quick action in the ...

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COP 22 ICAO INTERNATIONAL AVIATION REDUCING EMISSIONS

This video is from the Cop22 in Marrakech in November 2016. Press conference ICAO International civil aviation organisation’s plan to reduce emissions to help reach the maximum1.5c target. The executive secretary along with the president of the international civil aviation organisation were in attendance to talk about lowering emissions and ...

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World Bank Group – Greening Economic Landscapes for Future

World Bank Group’s Ms Rachel Kyte, Vice President and Special Envoy for Climate Change, speaks on Engineering a Green Energy Future through an integrated Landscape approach, at COP 20, Lima. Our goal and focus in terms of the landscape approach, in conjunction with the IPCC Report (Nov. 2014), is the ...

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