The European Wind Energy Association (EWEA) launched Global Wind Day in 2009. Its aim is to promote wind energy worldwide. The messages are; wind energy tackles climate change, it boosts energy independence and it is an intelligent investment. Global Wind Day allows people to learn about the benefits of wind energy.
This film looks at issues affecting women in Bangladesh, and why the new UN Women’s agency could put a stop to the discrimination faced here and worldwide.
Watch VSO volunteer Robin using his horticultural skills to improve the lives of people with HIV & AIDS.
A green roof can certainly make a building look nicer, but can it measurably lower energy requirements and improve water management?
We don’t know what the price of oil or carbon will be in the future. Or the cost to the environment. But we can make a meaningful comparison between very different energy resources like wind, oil and gas by focusing on the cost of energy.
Husk Power Systems won a 2011 Ashden Award. They are connecting remote villages in Bihar to a clean, reliable electricity supply, which provides better light, harnesses a widespread waste product and costs less than alternatives.
From solar showers to new and innovative DJs – Glastonbury has it all.
This film highlights a campaign in Lyme Regis, West Dorset to rid the town and it’s beaches of plastic bags and reduce the towns Ecological Footprint.
Over half (58%) of 11-16 year olds have never recycled a battery. Of these, 38% didn’t know that they could be recycled. Find out how batteries are recycled with this film from European Recycling Platform.
This year, MandS will become the first UK retailer to sign WWF’s Seafood Charter, helping tackle overfishing and encourage fisheries towards sustainable practices future.