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India plants 66 million trees in 12 hours

India plants 66 million trees in 12 hours as part of record-breaking environmental campaign. More than 1.5 million volunteers were involved in the huge...

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India is building roads from plastic waste

Plastic roads anyone? Here is why this makes absolutely perfect sense. For India, which generates over 15,000 tonnes of plastic waste everyday, channelling that...

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Guys working out of a shed to give free 3D printed prosthetics to kids around the world.

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What India can teach the world about sustainability

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India’s farmers turn to mobile apps

Government of India has launched several android apps for farmers. The applications aim to provide information about the latest agriculture trends, equipment, technologies and...

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Food skills can change lives: Here’s How to Make Dinner for £1

Here’s How to Make Dinner for £1 The teacher is Alicia Weston, a think tank researcher who set up the Bags of Taste cookery...

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Whale Protects a Marine Biologist From a Tiger Shark

A marine biologist believes a humpback whale shielded her from a 15-foot tiger shark in the South Pacific. Nan Hauser said she didn’t understand...

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In Rural Africa, Tablets Revolutionize the Classroom

BRCK tablets are opening up new learning opportunities for the Samburu tribe women and children in the Kenyan reserve. About 50 Samburu women are...

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Iceland Is Growing New Forests for the First Time in 1,000 Years

The landscape of Iceland has changed a lot in a thousand years. When the Vikings first arrived in the ninth century, the land was...

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Plan to grow new Northern Forest across England

Northern Forest: Plan to plant ‘ribbon of woodland’ across England Plans to create a new Northern Forest stretching from Liverpool to Hull have been...

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