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"For most, the match ends when the Sun goes down, but in the Morro da Mineira favela, in Rio de Janeiro, play can continue long into the night, thanks to lights powered by the players themselves.

The six LED floodlights surrounding the field are powered by 200 kinetic tiles buried under the Astroturf, which capture the energy generated by the players' footsteps.

As players put weight on the tiles beneath the pitch, it causes electric-magnetic induction generators to kick in and generate electricity."

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The C40 research blog lists city finalists. Cities were assessed in categories from waste management to renewables, mobility to greener buildings.

Conferência Internacional "Public Policy for Oil and Gas"

A  successful dialogue on the oil and gas industry, energy and development, and what public policy must focus on

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