Matthew Taylor visits the school that has introduced a new way to teach children about the environment.
A school in Southern Scotland has come up with a novel way of saving energy while teaching pupils about the environment.
St.Michael's in Dumfries has started using a bike to power one of their printers.
The school hopes it will help its pupils, who take turn cycling, learn how much energy is needed to power a single piece of technology.
An unusual contraption has been spotted on Maryport's coastline. It's been installed to generate electricity using waves.Read the full story ›
It's a blustery day at Maryport, where our reporter's meeting one of the men behind a four-metre high power generator that has been installed there.
You can see the full story on this evening's programme.
Maryport's shoreline has an unusual new addition: an electricity-generating machine.
The C-Cell is a four-metre high curved paddle.
It's been installed by local company MPM North West Ltd, funded by the Renewable Energy Test and Education Centre at the University of Cumbria.
They claim it could double the energy which can currently be captured from ocean waves
There are plans to spend £11,000 putting four CCTV cameras in Hawick.
The cameras would be installed in the centre of the town.
They would be funded by money raised from pay and display car park charges.
Councillors are considering if the scheme is viable.
One South Cumbrian business is winning awards for it's exporting prowess.
Playdale Playgrounds in Haverthwaite near Windermere has been UK Trade & Industry's Export Champions for 3 years running.
Fiona Marley Paterson reports on the Ulverston company that has made 20,000 playgrounds for 22 countries.
A nursery in Carlisle's given parents a new way to look out for their children, by installing cameras.Read the full story ›
A project to remove hundreds of old overhead power lines and poles in an area of the Solway Coast has started. Some of the poles and lines are 60-years-old, and clearing them from the countryside is welcome news to the Solway Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The work's being carried by Electricity North West, helped by the Solway group and Natural England.
Kim Inglis went to find out more.
Parts of Cumbria's landscape are being enhanced with the removal of decades-old overhead power lines and poles.
A team from North West electricity have now removed 19 kilometres worth in the past five years and replaced them with underground cables.
This latest section is at Allonby on the Solway coast.