Fourth of four scenarios exploring how climate change will transform low-income countries. Individual liberties and choice have suffered, but most people feel that their future is at least being safeguarded.
February 27th is International Polar Bear Day! In this film from Friends of the Earth, two polar bears muse about whether humans caused global warming…
green.tv teamed up with award winning animation company Dandy Productions to create this colorful advert for UNEP’s billion tree campaign. In all there are seven different language versions which have been distributed across the globe.
By 2050 UK record temperatures of 101.3 degrees will be the norm. Meanwhile the Amazon Rainforest could suddenly die from lack of rain, along with 1 million land species and millions of people worldwide. With oil prices at record highs and energy demands ever increasing, how will we adapt to these changes and what can tomorrow’s technology offer?
One of four scenarios exploring what the world will be like for the fashion industry in 2025. A prosperous world which has benefited from an early switch to a low-carbon economy and huge technological investment. 3-D body scanners allow people to virtually ‘try on’ items and all garments are designed to biodegrade or be reused.
A timely story about Mark Zuckerberg, a friendly blue giant, and dirty old coal.
A group of extraterrestrials from the year 2050 view the terrible destruction of our planet due to Climate Change and return to the year 2010 to warn young people what kind of future awaits them if they do not change the direction their planet is heading.
One of four scenarios exploring what the world will be like for the fashion industry in 2025. A world of political collaboration and global trade. ‘Slow fashion’ is in vogue, and high street brands compete on sustainability credentials. People own fewer, but higher quality clothes.
A short film from the Caribbean Environment Programme (CEP) that promotes regional co-operation in the protection and development of the marine environment of the Caribbean. The CEP is one of the UNEP administered Regional Seas Programmes.
Everyone can do something to save the environment!