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COSTING THE EARTH
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Thursday 21:00-21:30
Costing the Earth tells stories which touch all our lives, looking at man's effect on the environment and at how the environment reacts. It questions accepted truths, challenges the people in charge and reports on progress towards improving the world we live in.
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TOM HEAP
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Thursday 4 Aug 2005
Ratcliffe Power Station
How can we reduce CO2 emissions?

Is George Bush right - will technology provide us with solutions to tackle climate change? Costing the Earth asks whether technology can really save the planet.
Hydrogen cars, clean coal technology, CO2 storage… these projects are all trying to reduce our impact on the environment and particularly on our CO2 emissions - but are they really going to deliver? Tom Heap investigates.
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