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New database of GHG mitigations using anaerobic digestion in dairy farms

A new database has been created to bring together research on mitigating GHG emissions from dairy farms, using anaerobic digestion (AD).

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EPG Member at Chess Olympiad

EPG students have lots of fun extracurricular activities that we combine with our DPhil work. It’s all part of having a balanced life. We have rowers, football players, skiers, hockey player, runners, book authors, taekwondo competitors, book society founders and my own little time-off hobby is Chess.

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PEGGIE at Oxford Open Doors

On the 9th of September PEGGIE was exhibited in the Oxford Castle during the Oxford Open Doors 2012.

This is the 5th annual event organized by the Oxford Preservation Trust, University of Oxford (http://www.oxfordopendoors.org.uk) and other city institutions. The program allowed visitors to access free of charge more than 300 things to see and do, including Colleges, town venues and canal boat trips.

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Anaerobic Digestion: an option for the milk production sector

Last Friday 9th of March, 3 members of the EPG Group (Dr. Malcolm McCulloch, Andrew Alkiviades and myself) and Barbara Hammond (Oxfordshire Low Carbon Hub) visited Mapledurham Estate. Located in the north west of Reading and owned by John Eyston, this Estate includes a variety of activities such as: tourism and planning events, cultivation of crops milk production and hydropower generation.

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Searching for energy-efficient fridges

The Maldives is the first country that aims for carbon neutrality in the world. With this in mind, the EPG has participated in the discussion of some of the questions stated in the Maldives CO2 forum (http://maldives.co2.org/) and has contributed with some of its experience in the field of energy efficiency.

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