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It’s not every day you see an international supermodel squaring up to a Hollywood actor. But as the countdown to World Environment Day (WED) on June 5th begins, Gisele Bundchen and Don Cheadle are taking off the gloves to do battle. The Goodwill Ambassadors of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) are facing off for the ultimate WED Challenge – and they’re hungry for votes.
Methane gas produced by agriculture is 22 times more environmentally damaging than carbon dioxide. But Chinese farmers are now converting methane into fuel – improving the environment and reducing poverty.
Save Our Species (SOS) is a global coalition to build the biggest species conservation fund, supporting on-the-ground field conservation projects all over the world. SOS brings together the scientific and successfully proven expertise of the 3 founding partners and leading organizations engaged in the conservation of nature – IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature), GEF (Global Environment Facility) and the World Bank.
These popular carnivorous plants from the Carolinas may be difficult to grow at home, but our expert unveils the secret to keeping them in excellent condition.
Watch the story of East and West Scotland’s white-tailed eagle reintroduction project unfold. Hear what the future holds for these magnificent birds of prey in Scotland and meet Project Officer, Claire Smith and Mull Officer, Dave Sexton, as they find out what happens when the East Scotland birds start to pair up and hopefully breed.
Professor Bill St Arnaud, Chief Research Officer of Canada’s Advanced Network Organization (CANARIE) www.canarie.ca/about/index.html discusses the immediate threat of climate change and how ICT can be used as a powerful tool to help virtualize products and services.
A village and airport have appeared in the Greenpeace field at Glastonbury this year… What’s that all about??
Excerpt from NWF Annual Report – National Wildlife Federation’s Campus Ecology program works with students, school staff and administrators to make meaningful progress towards a cleaner planet. The nation’s young people are changing the forecast for wildlife by taking on climate change and congress.