Beyond renewables: How timing can reduce corporate emissions

June 4, 2019 by  
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There’s another way for corporations to achieve even deeper reductions in their climate emissions footprint.

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UK Solar Industry on the Ropes, Battling Dramatic Government Cuts

November 2, 2011 by  
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Having experienced an unprecedented boom, the UK solar industry may have to absorb over 50% cuts in Government subsidies. But industry insiders say there is another way.

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How can I repair/revamp a stained cotton rug?

August 25, 2011 by  
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I haven’t done a “repair this” for a while but this is something I’ve been wondering about for a few weeks now: how can I repair/revamp a stained rug? It’s a circular cotton rug with off-white (even before the stains!) and pale blue strips, and even though it was pretty cheap, I love it. But it is stained and dirty now and it really needs a good clean and/or a revamp. Since it’s cotton, it can probably handle some tough cleaning love – but it’s also about 2m/6-and-a-half feet in diameter and heavy and awkward to work with. It’s not going to fit in a sink or a washing machine – even cleaning it in a bath will be very awkward because it’s so big. As for revamping it, since it’s cotton, I thought about the possibility of dyeing it – but again, that’ll be an awkward job, and also potentially a very, very messy one. Any suggestions for how can I clean it? Or any advice for dyeing it or revamping it in another way?

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