#39WaystoSavethePlanet is back in Spring with the next ten inspiring ideas from the smartest minds to help cut carbon emissions. With @tomheapmedia @flimsin @RGS_IBG Meanwhile if you missed any of the first ten, get some reasons to be cheerful here ->
In Siberia, a radical experiment is taking place. Can removing trees and reintroducing musk ox and other grazing animals protect the permafrost from thawing and releasing carbon?
Find out in the next #39waystosavetheplanet with @tomheapmedia & @flimsin
Great to hear about innovations at @OxfordPV on #39waystosavetheplanet today from @tomheapmedia on @BBCRadio4 just now. Pioneering advancements are producing 30%+ efficient #solarpv panels which produce #solarpower more efficiently than current panels. #greenerstuff @BBCSounds
If you have 15 minutes today, then I'd love you to listen to my episode on @BBCRadio4 #39WaysToSaveThePlanet.
The new game-changing series by @tomheapmedia. He looks at inspiring ideas being used for cutting our #carbon - in collaboration with @RGS_IBG
Reasons to be cheerful...6-10. Five more #inspiring #exciting ideas being used for cutting our #carbon have just dropped on @BBCSounds. Download #39WaystoSavethePlanet with @tomheapmedia @flimsin + @RGS_IBG-> Binge now or get a daily boost #climatechange
Download this podcast immediately! #39waystosavetheplanet
This one features Esnath Divasoni, an insect farmer from #Zimbabwe - one of the most inspirational women I've ever met.
Her vision for how we sustainably feed Zim's growing population is compelling.
Do you know what a Blade Bug is?
Apparently it can climb the blades of #windpower turbines and clean and repair them. Clever critter eh?
Find out more at 1.45pm today on @BBCRadio4 in #39waystosavetheplanet from @tomheapmedia. I'm looking forward to learning more. #renewables.
Meet Esnath Divasoni: insect farmer, trainer, leader, graduate..but she nearly had to leave school in her teens. Today's #39WaystoSaveThePlanet asks how #educating and empowering girls can help climate change. A/v now on @BBCSounds or 1345 GMT on @BBCRadio4
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