English town's climate lessons

Town in south west finds ways to conserve its environment and benefit the community.

     

    Totnes is a small English town in Devon which is putting its own measures in place to protect its environmental future.

    Residents use bio-fuel from recycled fish and chip oil, grow sustainable food and have even created their own form of currency.

    Emma Hayward reports from Totnes.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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