A recent BBC Panorama programme raised some interesting points about the state of our beaches, but a lot of information that was provided to the BBC was left out. This film was produced to provide important information about bathing water that people need to know.
A short film looking at how a VSO volunteer helped a local Bangladeshi community move from agriculture to fishing due to the destruction of their habitat by saline water.
A selection of Paint for the Planet paintings will be auctioned at the Harvard Club of New York City on 25 October to raise emergency funds for children affected by climate-related disasters. Watch the messages from some of the artists. Charlotte, Laksmi and Guy.
Big Curry Night is the tastiest, most sociable way to raise money for VSO! You can have a Big Curry Night anywhere – in your home, school, local pub or community centre. In this film, meet pub landlord Steve King. He’s giving his punters delicious curry and all proceeds go to VSO.
Students turn the tables on their teachers by teaching them a new skill. Teachers Got Talent is a fundraising challenge for primary and secondary schools, to learn about global issues and raise vital funds.
The corporate braumeisters of Anheuser-Busch have let genetically engineered rice contaminate their Budweiser beer, independent laboratory testing has revealed. Tests show rice used in Anheuser-Busch’s east coast US breweries is contaminated with genetically engineered rice varieties outlawed in most of the world.
PTV went to City hall to interview Boris! They got to see Eco Scooters, and Cars of every shape and size and chatted to Quentin Wilson who helps organise the race and many others.
Rwanda is one of the most naturally beautiful places on earth – it’s home to some amazing biodiversity, and its ecosystems are important far beyond its boundaries. This beauty is also functional – Rwanda’s biodiversity, water and soil fertility nourish the wildlife and the people living in the area. An ambitious initiative aims to restore the country and reduce poverty in the region by actively improving the environment.
Winner of The Whitley Gold Award & Whitley Award donated by WWF-UK. Gladys Kalema-Zikusoka (Uganda) is a vet, working in Uganda’s remote Bwindi region, to protect mountain gorillas and improve the lives of neighbouring communities, by encouraging health and hygiene measures that will reduce the risk of cross-infections, and enable local people to benefit from gorilla tourism without harm to the apes.
Everything we accomplished and every action we took in 2010 was thanks to you, and millions of Greenpeace supporters like you around the world. Join us in looking back on a year of action, with 99 of the best images in less than two minutes.