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  1. The world from above…

    nieuwsThe winners of this year’s aerial photography competition run by online site Dronestagram have been announced. The winning pictures taken using drone cameras were selected from thousands of entries by the judges, including National Geographic Deputy Director Patrick Witty and Emanuela Ascoli, photo editor of National Geographic, France. read more…

    13 July 2016 | Latest news
  2. 10 Years Positive Impact in Uganda

    Oeganda150Our project makes clean energy possible for Ugandans for 10 years and counting! We are proud about the largest and longest-running improved cookstove program in East Africa. Therefore we take a look at how improved cookstoves help end-users with their everyday needs and how retailers find value in selling them. Thanks to your investment the project is able to work with its manufacturer partners to bring these high-social-impact stoves to market every day and continue to stimulate consumer interest.

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    15 March 2016 | Latest news
  3. Carmacal finalist WTTC tourism for tomorrow award

    site-logoCarmacal, the B2B carbon calculator developed under Carmatop, has been announced as one of three finalists for the prestigious Tourism for Tomorrow Innovation Award 2016 of the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC).

    The Innovation Award is one of five annual Tourism for Tomorrow Awards of the World Travel & Tourism Council. Winners will be officially announced during the Awards Ceremony taking place in Dallas, USA on 7 April 2016 during  the WTTC’s Global Summit.

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    11 February 2016 | Latest news
  4. Benefits of biogas

    Mrs GreenSeat LeonieMrs GreenSeat, Leonie Haakshorst, visited a new climate project, Biogas in Tanzania in December in order to gain inspiration and insight into how families on small farms use biogas. On her trip, she discovered some very surprising benefits of the project.

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    22 January 2016 | Blogs
  5. Ten clear indicators our climate is changing

    climate bearHow do we know our climate is changing permanently, rather than just going through a normal period of flux? Let’s look at 10 major changes scientists have seen in our climate system to help set the record straight.

    Few global trends have been as controversial as climate change and the Earth’s warming. The Earth has gone through many shifts in cooling and warming driven by natural factors like the sun’s energy or variations in its orbit, but the trend scientists have seen over the past 50 years is unmistakable.Let’s take a closer look: globally, average surface temperatures increased 1.1—1.6 degrees Fahrenheit (0.6—0.9 degrees Celsius) between 1906 and 2005. However, it’s the rate of temperature change that’s especially troubling to scientists; temperatures have risen nearly twice as fast in the last 50 years alone.

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    30 December 2015 | Latest news