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A WWF New Zealand project in Wellington, New Zealand
Updated in April 2008
Smart meters, residential heat pumps, residential hot water cylinder wraps, solar hot water and passive solar design provide the best combination of energy/dollar savings and emission reduction. WWF New Zealand - http://www.wwf.org.nz/ - has published a report that determines the top five demand side actions that give ...
Marlborough, New Zealand
Updated in April 2008
Queen Charlotte Wilderness Park is an isolated peninsula in the Marlborough Sounds. Originally a large sheep station the property is now dedicated to “the business of saving our environment”. Ron Marriott of Queen Charlotte Wilderness Park says, “We have two goals – the first is to work with landowners to encourage ...
Europe and UK, Republic of Moldova
Updated in March 2008
EcoBase it is a modern interpretation of traditional log homes. Inside this 132 square meters two-storey home you can find everything for sustainable living: > kitchen, living room, bathroom and two bedrooms. It comes up with 3 basic types of the home - all stylish, modern, green and energy-efficient. The roof is ...
North Carolina, United States
Updated in December 2007
Because it is becoming harder and harder to see honeybees and wild bees flying around our gardens where they once thrived and after reading a headline in the San Francisco Chronicle that stated BEES ON THEIR KNEES, GARDENERS TO THE RESCUE, we decided to take action. We are beekeepers, gardeners ...
Nationwide, New Zealand
Updated in November 2007
Be The Change is a NZ based coalition of Greenpeace, Forest & Bird and Oxfam aimed at providing a platform for individuals to become more active in their own lives in reducing their carbon footprint. A big part of the project is creating a climate aware online social networking community at ...
Christchurch, New Zealand
Updated in August 2007
Orana Wildlife Trust is a registered charitable trust operating both Orana Wildlife Park and Southern Encounter Aquarium & Kiwi House in Christchurch, NZ. The trust achieves over 90% of its income through gate takings - the rest is from grants, donations and sponsorships.
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