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Hurricane Sandy's silver lining: Clean water in a polluted Long Island bay

Hurricane Sandy's silver lining: Clean water in a polluted Long Island bay

Date: 28-Oct-14
Country: USA
Author: Nathan Frandino
Hurricane Sandy killed 159 people and destroyed more than 650,000 homes. But two years later, residents of New York's Fire Island are embracing how the storm allowed for clean water to flush the long polluted South Bay. Nathan Frandino reports.

Northern lights put on spectacular show over Sweden

Northern lights put on spectacular show over Sweden

Date: 27-Oct-14
Country: Sweden
Stargazers in Sweden have filmed what they describe as "the most intense Northern Lights display" in recent years.

Saharan solar power opens energy corridor to Europe

Saharan solar power opens energy corridor to Europe

Date: 27-Oct-14
Country: TUNISIA
Author: Matthew Stock
The TuNur project aims to generate clean energy from a giant solar plant in the Tunisian Sahara from where it will be connected to the European electricity grid via a dedicated undersea cable. TuNur say their initiative will produce roughly twice as much energy as any current nuclear power plant and can even produce energy when the sun is down. Matthew Stock reports.

Date: 27-Oct-14
Country: Chile
Author: Tara Cleary reports.
An environmental group in Chile has started a campaign to save bees by establishing refuge reserves and promoting urban flower planting. Bee populations in Chile and around the world have plummeted in recent years due to a phenomena called "Colony Collapse Disorder" which scientists say has the potential to wipe-out the pollinating insects. Tara Cleary reports.