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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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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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BIOFUELS BLAYNE OLIVER INTERVIEW

Biofuels interview with Blayne Oliver at MV on: The advantages of plant based Biofuels compared to conventional hydrocarbon based fuels. The impacts of diesel emissions on the atmosphere and peoples health. Major obstacles for biofuel introduction in SA are, the limited availability of local feedstocks, government regulatory requirements and Original ...

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COP 20 NICLAS HALLSTROM IMPLEMENTATION OF RENEWABLES IN AFRICA

Panel speaker Niclas Hallström, on African countries taking the initiative on leapfrogging into the Renewable Energy sector, with Investment guarantees as implemented by Germany, renewables can be rolled out on a massive scale. Global Scientific community, headed up by Professor Christopher Field, engaged in gathering data for COP 21 in ...

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COP 20 – Critical Levels of Methane Emissions

Mother Channel - www.motherchannel.com - COP 20 NISSEN & BECKWITH CRITICAL LEVELS OF METHANE EMISSIONS

COP 20 Lima. John Nissen & Paul Beckwith speak on the global underestimation of the scale of Methane emissions & its contribution to Global Warming. The IPCC has not included Methane emissions in its current reports. Methane is a vastly more damaging than CO2 & even after decaying for 100 ...

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