What better way to ensure that this film is relevant to schools, and engages children in essential environmental education, than to involve them in it’s creation. The following film was made with drawings and voices from school children, guided by art and drama specialists, and was brought to life by a group of animation and sound experts. It represents an exciting and truly creative collaboration between WWF, teachers and pupils, and a range of creative professionals.
These 8 clips show the achievements in order to respect the environment and to improve the quality of life made by the 8 European Green Capital Award’s finalists.
Dr. Atiq Rahman – Champions of the Earth 2008 winner for his national and international experience in sustainable development, and environment and resource management. He is one of the leading specialists in the field.
A scientific consensus shows that marine life is in danger worldwide from overfishing and pollution. What would you do if your world was ending? Marine life cavort like there’s no tomorrow in a public service announcement from Oceana, the world’s largest conservation group dedicated to ocean preservation.
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.
Greenpeace reports that the glacial retreat in the Mt Everest Region in the Himalayas due to climate change is affecting the Tibetans’ traditional way of life.
A Pacific Voices film from the Cook Islands. This community is living with the impacts of climate change on a daily basis.
Public Service Announcement for World Environment Day
Fantastic film from Tremendous News – tremendousnews.com – that explains the oil spillage in the Gulf of Mexico using cats!
WaterAid is asking Glastonbury revellers to create a big stink to put a stop to the water and sanitation scandal by signing a petition for Gordon Brown…