WWF are delighted to announce the launch of a new schools musical in association with Debbie Campbell. One Planet Future brings urgent environmental issues to life with exciting music, humor and sensitivity.
One Planet Future takes place on an allotment. Rag and Bone, a pair of urban foxes, watch helplessly as their home becomes a dumping ground for household waste (G.R.O.T.s). A discarded laptop lands on the tip and searches the internet for help. The Wasteland Warriors rush to the rescue, and at last the allotment and G.R.O.T.s are restored to their former usefulness.
This film shows behind the scenes of a performance by Debbie Campbell’s Theatre Group who performed One Planet Future in June 2008.
The Prince’s Rainforest Project works with governments, businesses and non-profit organisations around the world to find solutions to deforestation. This film features Princes Charles, Henry and William as well as Daniel Craig, Robin Williams, Joss Stone, Pele and a talking frog.
Designing sustainable living futures in the heart of Melbourne’s Docklands.
Levi’s endeavour to turn the tap off and some Stanford students attempt to break a solar powered record
The Vision 2050 report outlines a pathway to reach a sustainable global society of 9 billion people by 2050. Mike Mack, Syngenta CEO and co-chair of the report, warns that to reach this goal, concerted action and changes in behaviours are vital.
Just launched! This is exciting stuff, a world first no less – one of Ecotricity’s fabulous windmills, making the energy to power a factory making… solar panels!
Dr. Balgis Osman-Elasha Champions of the Earth 2008 winner for her work on climate change and adaptation in northern and eastern Africa.
WWF speak to scientists working in climate-related fields about the challenges of climate change.
Ever wondered to yourself ‘What can I do…?’ You’re not alone! We all have more power than we think – especially if we act together. Your actions can make all the difference – you could be the decisive link in a chain that has impacts across the world.