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    Greenpeace goes against Shell

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    Greenpeace has been targeting Shell outlets across Europe in their bid to preserve the Artic. Oil companies, the economy, big money and lobbying are all pitched against the environment.

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    IBM develops eco-friendly energy-saving cooling system for Europe’s fastest supercomputer, the SuperMUC

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    Cooling down a supercomputer isn’t a breeze, and to keep Europe’s fastest and most powerful supercomputer calm and cool, IBM has come up with a revolutionary technique for the Leibniz Supercomputing Centre Campus, the home of the SuperMUC. Using warm … Continue reading3

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    Europe’s first solar powered tunnel planned for Paris-Amsterdam high-speed rail link

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    The Paris-Amsterdam rail link is geared up to play host to Europe’s first solar powered tunnel. Running a length of 2.1 miles, the tunnel will use about 50,000 solar panels that will bath in the sun and generate enough energy … Continue reading3

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    The electric tuk-tuk to launch in Europe

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    They are known with several names and come in many variants around the world for public transport. Some call them tuk tuks, auto rickshaws or mototaxis these three-wheeled motorized rickshaws have been in existence in Asia, South America, Africa and … Continue reading3

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    Europe pushes through a record year in wind power

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    The wind sure is blowing hard, especially in Europe, which is making the best use of it. This could be a year in the record books for Europe if the rate of wind power developments continue as it is at … Continue reading3

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    London, one of the most polluted cities in Europe flouts EU regulations yet again

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    If you live in London and think the air around you to be sparkling clean, hit yourself on your head. You are completely delusional! The city is one of the most polluted in Europe. For the 36th time this year, … Continue reading3

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    Europe to be powered 100% by renewable energy sources by 2050

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    In the next few decades, by the year 2050, you probably won’t see fossil fuel plants and nuclear energy plants in Europe anymore that currently satisfy 55% and 30% of electricity needs respectively. What you probably will come across though … Continue reading3

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    Europe’s first renewable energy grid will harness wind, water, hydro-electric and solar energy

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    Wind, water, hydro-electric and solar energy from all over Europe will be laced together to form Europe’s first renewable energy grid. Nine countries have put their heads together and have planned to link their renewable energy resources around the North … Continue reading3

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    Airlines told to reduce emissions or get banned in the EU

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    A 94-page list of airlines has been released by the European Union who has to reduce their emissions or be banned entry into the European Union. It includes airlines from all over the world and the top of the list … Continue reading3

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    Turkish students unveils Europe’s most fuel efficient vehicle

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    Now you may have the chance to own a hydrogen vehicle and also travel many kilometers with very little fuel. Students from Turkey’s Sakarya University made an attempt at creating Europe’s most fuel efficient vehicle – SAHİMO. It is a … Continue reading3

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