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Dirty coal and gas are not going to be part of New Zealand’s energy future and the sooner we can phase them out the better. The reasons for doing that are being highlighted this week and will continue to make headlines for weeks to come.
The Solar Voyager preparing for a 2400km round trip to the South Pole. Credit: Clean2Antarctica *Solar and batteries*
In the countdown to the start of expedition in the Solar Voyager Liesbeth and Edwin ter Velde say creating a cleaner world is an adventure for everyone. They’re not out to set a record. They want to inspire you to take your own step for a better a world.
It’s an exciting initiative to return power to the people and help them to take action against climate change. Following a number of hui in the Whanganui region we launched the project at Whangaehu Marae which was covered by Maori Television.
Cochin International Airport, the fourth busiest in India, switched to solar power in 2015. Last week it received a 'Champions of the Earth' award from the UN which says the airport is showing that the world’s ever-expanding network of global movement doesn't have to harm the environment.