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Euronews Terra Viva


Twice-monthly magazine dealing with practical solutions to safeguard our planet (broadcast on Tuesday).
  • 04:09 euronews terra viva - Going green: eco-friendly weddings all the trend

    euronews terra viva - Going green: eco-friendly weddings all the trend

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    http://www.euronews.com/ Mariage - an institution which stands the test of time. Two million weddings are celebrated in the European Union each year. Although the number of weddings is falling, traditions live on. Like any other business, weddings follow

  • 04:31 euronews terra viva - Safe as houses: building with straw

    euronews terra viva - Safe as houses: building with straw

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    A house made out of straw. It's perhaps a surprising concept but this type of ecological construction is going through something of a boom period in Europe, a century after the technique was imported from the US. We're in France, where around 700 such bui

  • 04:11 euronews terra viva - Green piste: protecting the skiing environment

    euronews terra viva - Green piste: protecting the skiing environment

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    As the ski-season gets underway, the burning issues combine a passion for the mountains, economics interests and the environment. The strongest critics liken the pistes to the motorways of the mountains, but more and more ski resorts like Tignes in France

  • 03:59 euronews terra viva - Eco-design: Sustainability with style

    euronews terra viva - Eco-design: Sustainability with style

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    It is a love affair between idea, form and environment. It is eco-design. A concept that has evolved over the years and today has come into its own. At first eco-design just meant recycling says Anne-Marie Boutin, President of the Agency for the Promotion

  • 04:01 euronews terra viva - Nordic cuisine: nature and seasons

    euronews terra viva - Nordic cuisine: nature and seasons

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    http://www.euronews.com/ In this edition of Terra Viva, we are going to talk about Nordic cuisine. But not the traditional liver pate or caviar. In Scandinavia, a growing number of chefs are seeking inspiration in the nature around them, offering particul

  • 04:13 euronews terra viva - Total energy independence in the Alps

    euronews terra viva - Total energy independence in the Alps

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    http://www.euronews.com/ French engineer and inventor Fabrice André is whizzing up the Alpine road to his refuge on his latest invention: a tricycle that can climb upwards at more than 50 kilometres an hour and has 270 kilometres autonomy. The technology

  • 04:11 euronews terra viva - Vitoria-Gasteiz is Spain's green pioneer

    euronews terra viva - Vitoria-Gasteiz is Spain's green pioneer

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    http://www.euronews.com/ In the north of Spain, there is a wetland that might seem like many others. Except these lakes that are dominated by bizarre structures have been created from scratch just two kilometres from the city of Vitoria-Gasteiz. It is the

  • 06:01 euronews Terra viva - Farmers in India convert to organic cotton

    euronews Terra viva - Farmers in India convert to organic cotton

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    Cotton is one of the most polluting industries in the world. India is the second largest producer after Turkey. Although cotton only occupies five percent of cultivated land in India, it accounts for more than half of the total pesticides used in farming

  • 04:01 euronews Terra viva - Stockholm: Europe's Greenest Capital - Terra Viva

    euronews Terra viva - Stockholm: Europe's Greenest Capital - Terra Viva

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    In Stockholm they are passionate about the environment. There is a long tradition of ambitious environmental efforts there: tackling air pollution, traffic emissions, greenhouse gases. Since 1990 carbon emissions have fallen by 25% per inhabitant and the

  • 04:01 euronews Terra viva - Morocco cleans up one of its oldest industries

    euronews Terra viva - Morocco cleans up one of its oldest industries

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    Tanning is an ancient art in Morocco, but it pollutes the environment heavily. Chouara is part of this tradition. It is one of the three tanneries in Medina and Fes that continues to use organic materials, a method that is dying out as modern tanneries us

  • 04:01 euronews Terra viva - Muni Seva: a Green-Tech Indian Ashram

    euronews Terra viva - Muni Seva: a Green-Tech Indian Ashram

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    Those who think that Indian Ashrams are mainly isolated religious schools, do not know Muni Seva, in the village of Goraj, in Gujarat. It is more of a community using science, technology and green businesses to drive its social mission. Behind this revolu

  • 04:07 euronews Terra viva - E-recycling: when electronic gadgets die

    euronews Terra viva - E-recycling: when electronic gadgets die

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    Condensers, capacitors and cables - just some of the electronic components that are thrown away each year as 21st century gadgets become last year's model. Today, up to 50-million tonnes of electronic goods are produced worldwide. In Europe, these potenti

  • 05:59 euronews Terra viva - Spectre of drought forces...

    euronews Terra viva - Spectre of drought forces...

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    Many people assume that the rainy island of Britain has no problems when it comes to water supply. The British though are often frustrated with hosepipe bans that prevent them cleaning their cars or seeing to their gardens. This week's Terra Viva looks at

  • 04:05 euronews Terra viva - Fashion: if green was the new black?

    euronews Terra viva - Fashion: if green was the new black?

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    In fashion black is a classic. But green is becoming more and more trendy. At the London College of Fashion, science and creativity come together to make what we wear more sustainable. Julia Faye Roebuck is an MA student at LCF. She explains what the proj

  • 04:11 euronews Terra viva - Green piste: protecting the skiing environment

    euronews Terra viva - Green piste: protecting the skiing environment

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    As the ski-season gets underway, the burning issues combine a passion for the mountains, economics interests and the environment. The strongest critics liken the pistes to the motorways of the mountains, but more and more ski resorts like Tignes in France

  • 04:11 euronews terra viva - Protecting tourist paradises

    euronews terra viva - Protecting tourist paradises

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    Every year huge numbers of loggerhead sea turtles mistake the waste thrown into the sea by man for food. They eat it and die. Maya is lucky. She was rescued and saved and has now being released into the Marine Protected Area of Tavolara - a small island o

  • 04:11 euronews terra viva - Everything's gone green at Glastonbury

    euronews terra viva - Everything's gone green at Glastonbury

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    Every year more than 170,000 people flock to the world renowned Glastonbury Music Festival. In spite of its green ethos, it has been heavily criticised in recent years for its impact on the environment. New green initiatives have been launched for its 40t

  • 04:05 euronews terra viva - Electric cars that buy and sell their own power

    euronews terra viva - Electric cars that buy and sell their own power

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    Getting the most out of power consumption. That's the idea behind the Edison Project: programming the recharging of electric vehicles at night and controlling how much electricity is needed and when. The aim is to create a smart grid powered by renewable

  • 04:01 euronews terra viva - Top of the crops in NYC's rooftop farms

    euronews terra viva - Top of the crops in NYC's rooftop farms

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    There is now a new educated movement that believes in doing it themselves. Of removing themselves from as many systems as possible, said Patrick Martins, the co-founder of Heritage Foods USA. It's a very subversive way of bringing local fruit and vegetabl

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