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- TERRITORIOS RESERVA AGROECOLÓGICOS Great Vegetable Seeds from The Real Seed Catalogue Chris Huhne takes solar subsidy cuts ruling to the court of appeal | Environment The government has taken the solar subsidy cuts ruling to the court of appeal. Photograph: Andrew Butterton/Alamy The government went to the court of appeal on Friday in an urgent attempt to overturn a high court ruling that has hit its plans to cut subsidies for solar panels on homes. The energy secretary, Chris Huhne, wants to reduce feed-in tariff (Fits) subsidies – payments made to households and communities that generate green electricity through solar panels – on any installations completed after 12 December last year. Just before Christmas, a judge ruled that the minister was "proposing to make an unlawful decision". Mr Justice Mitting's decision was a victory for environmental campaigners Friends of the Earth (FoE) and two solar companies – Solarcentury and HomeSun – who said the plans to halve subsidies were creating "huge economic uncertainty". But changes made by reference to the earlier date of 12 December "are not in my judgment calculated to further that statutory purpose".

Latest News Emprendedores Sociales de Ashoka España | Ashoka - España Te invitamos a conocer a los Emprendedores Sociales de Ashoka en España: quiénes son y cómo están innovando en la raíz de los problemas sociales que abordan. Además, aquí puedes ver el impacto real de los Emprendedores Sociales de Ashoka. Ana Bella Estevez Organización: Fundación Ana Bella Fecha de elección: 2010 Sector: Derechos Humanos Ana Bella ha creado redes naturales de apoyo en las que las mujeres supervivientes de violencia de género visibilizan y ayudan a mujeres víctimas, acompañándolas en su proceso de empoderamiento personal hacia una vida digna en igualdad. Ana Urrutia Organización: Fundación Cuidados Dignos Fecha de elección: 2015 Sector: Salud y Derechos Humanos Ana está trasformando el sistema de atención a personas mayores y dependientes en España hacia un modelo basado en la dignidad y calidad de vida de las personas. Andrés Martinez Organización: Enlace Hispano Americano de Salud Fecha de elección: 2009 Sector: Salud Antonio García Allut Organización: Fundación Lonxanet Jordi Martí

OUTDOOR SEEDS Genehtik Seeds Genehtik seeds is the result of many years of hard farm work of sharing and exchanging genetic information and experiences with farmers and breeders, amateurs and professionals, known and unknown, from different countries and continents. After testing many different crosses with some special varieties and other seeds from around the world, they have created their own varieties - fully stable and well known for good quality. True champions in many cases. Genehtik seeds are good for everybody - the amateur and the professional, the scientists & local farmers. Genehtik Seeds team takes every want, desire & fresh idea to heart when they design their incredibly good cannabis seeds. Genehtik Seeds AK Auto Goxuak Feminized Sativa Autoflowering Medium Outdoor Hybrid AK-47 autoflowering Genehtik Seeds Amnesia Bilbo Indica & Sativa Photoperiod Indoor & Outdoor Amnesia Haze Genehtik Seeds Auto Ese T.Bilbo Sweet Tooth autoflowering hybrid Genehtik Seeds Kritical Bilbo x AK 47 Kritikal Bilbo x AK47

Robot cars: more time, fewer prangs, less congestion Robotic car technology being developed at Oxford University that interprets its surroundings and makes decisions about where to go could eliminate the agony and cost of traffic jams. Whilst human drivers might use Global Positioning System (GPS) to find their way such systems cannot provide anything like the coverage, precision, and reliability autonomous cars need to safely navigate. GPS also fails to tell a robotic car anything about what surrounds it; its proximity to obstacles, other cars, pedestrians, or their intentions. The new technology, which Oxford researchers have now installed on a ‘Wildcat’ vehicle built by BAE Systems, is set to remove the dependence on GPS, improve navigation precision, lower emissions, interpret local traffic conditions, track risks, and above all offer a hands-free experience to the driver. `We need cars that do the thinking and concentrating for you, cars that do not insist you do the driving all the time.

Strategyzer | Value Propositions & Business Models Paradise Seeds Harnessing heat from city roads Sun-warmed asphalt could heat water for local use or energy generation. The black asphalt roads of urban centres are notorious for soaking up the sun, often helping make cities uncomfortably hot during the summer. Special piping technology from the Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Massachusetts, however, is offering a way to trap this heat and use it elsewhere, potentially transforming urban streets into giant solar collectors. The idea is simple: the sun-warmed asphalt can be used to heat up water, which is pumped through tubes embedded a few centimetres below the road surface. This has the dual effect of cooling the asphalt, prolonging the lifespan of the road, and heating water which can be used either as is, or to produce electricity. A prototype using copper piping pointed to an average asphalt temperature drop of around 10°C. The concept is not without its drawbacks, however. Photo: iStockphoto/thinkstock

.::Mas de Noguera, Inicio- Mas de Noguera ::. Brixton Green AFRICA: Challenging the urbanization myths | Zambia | Zimbabwe | Economy | Urban Risk While the massive sprawl of Kibera in Nairobi, Kenya, would point to rapid urbanization, its extent is often exaggerated (file photo) LONDON, 6 March 2012 (IRIN) - Africa's cities are growing at a frightening rate, as people flood from the countryside to the towns... It is a commonly held view, but a London-based academic, Deborah Potts, has been challenging this received wisdom, asserting that it is based on flawed data, and the rate of urbanization is much lower than people assume. Potts, a reader in human geography at King's College London, says she first began to have doubts in the mid-1980s, when she was working in Zimbabwe. "We interviewed 1,000 migrants," she told IRIN, "and the majority said they would stay in town for a time, but they would leave at some point in the future because they wouldn't be able to afford to stay. But people were slow to spot the changing trend because of problems with the data. Nobody is suggesting that Africa's towns and cities are actually shrinking.

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