National Wildlife Week was first observed in 1938 under the name “National Wildlife Restoration Week”. Past spokespeople also include, Walt Disney, Shirley Temple and Robert Redford.
Dragon’s Den star Theo Paphitis and the Carbon Trust’s chief executive Tom Delay, launch, The Big Business Refit. The campaign aims to help around 3,000 businesses cut energy bills by £40m, and reduce carbon emissions by 26,000 tonnes through advice and interest free loans for equipment replacements.
Volunteers of environmental organisation Greenpeace have installed solar energy in the village of Barack Obama’s grandmother in Kenya providing electricity to her house as well as to the community’s school.
Natalie Imbruglia, gorgeous pop poppette, invites us into her home and tells us why water is fundamental to Ecover. Ecover are strong supporters of green.tv and work in partnership with Wateraid to enable communities in Ethiopia access to clean water.
Kermit, Fozzie and even Miss Piggy lend a hand to help the earth in this NWF short film from the 1980s.
Best of green.tv – This video Launched green.tv’s music channel with Swedish producer and DJ, Eric Prydz and his remix of Pink Floyd’s ‘Another Brick in the Wall’. Green.tv interviewed Dan Morrell from climate change charity Global Cool who consulted on the video.
Robert Redford speaks out about saving the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge from proposed oil drilling.
This documentary-short focuses on first-hand experiences with mercury poisoning and its effects on our health.
Madonna performs ‘La Isla Bonita’ with Gogol Bordello at the Live Earth Concert, July 2007.
British R&B singer Lemar visits Uganda in East Africa with Christian Aid. He meets a farmer who tells him that the effects of climate change are now being felt.