This video was shot by one of British Council Climate Generation champions, Baby Ruth Villarama, and shows Al Gore inviting all Filipinos to act on the ‘inconvenient truth’ about climate change.
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.
Carbon saving is an important and enjoyable part of life for pupils at Currie Community High School near Edinburgh which has a long-standing commitment to the environment. They won an Ashden Award for Sustainable Energy in 2009.
Eastchurch Primary School won an Ashden Award for Sustainable Energy in 2006. The school has developed a culture of ‘Good Energy Housekeeping’ led by classroom Energy Monitors, and an ‘E-team’ of Year 4 pupils who monitor classrooms during the lunch hour.
Challenge Europe is a British Council project that brings together ambitious young people who want to make a lasting impact on climate change. It provides a platform to develop innovative and practical solutions to reduce carbon use.
Ashley Church of England Primary School won an Ashden Award for Sustainable Energy in 2009. The whole school community has worked together to bring the climate change motive into everything they do.
Biodiversity is life. Biodiversity is our life. 2010 is the International Year of Biodiversity. IUCN’s Countdown 2010 initiative encourages its partners to boost efforts in 2010.