Sunlabob won an Ashden Award for Sustainable Energy in 2007. Sunlabob Renewable Energies Ltd is a solar PV business based in the capital of Laos that has succeeded in developing an innovative and commercially viable business model providing high-quality solar PV systems to the rural poor at a price they can afford.
M&S Chief Executive Sir Stuart Rose outlines his company’s stated ambition to become the world’s most sustainable retailer by 2015.
Leave it alone, it’s natural after all! OVER 18 ONLY. THIS FILM CONTAINS SCENES OF A GRAPHIC NATURE.
Mind blowing wind turbines by Vestas, Hollywood star Mark Ruffalo does his best to save water and other amazing stories for this week’s green.tv news.
Australian beer brewing giant Coopers have built a co-generation plant for independent power production allowing them to reduce their carbon footprint by 50% whilst doubling their production output.
This short film shows the impact that Fairtrade is having on cotton farmers in several villages in Cameroon.
Planet Earth is under threat – will the aliens decide to save it or trash it? A film by Greenpeace starring Eddie Izzard, Jim Broadbent and Joseph McFadden
A winner of the 2006 Ashden Awards, Mwanza Rural Housing Project (MRHP) devised an innovative way to fire bricks for house building.
Local people protest against a massive incinerator planned for Merthyr Tydfil, South Wales. Friends of the Earth argues that increasing recycling would be a greener alternative and would create far more local jobs.
Levi’s endeavour to turn the tap off and some Stanford students attempt to break a solar powered record