Copenhagen isn’t the only place people are talking about climate change. INSIDE COP15′s Martin Atkin made contact with three scientists investigating Coral bleaching off the coast of Australia.
A documentary short detailing the i-team project – a new partnership between leading sustainable development organisation Forum for the Future and international design consultancy IDEO, helping local authorities use innovation techniques to tackle climate change.
Frank Wolf canoes through Canada’s remote boreal forest in this award-winning film to expose the environmental issues faced there. Find out more about Frank’s film ‘Borealis’ at www.borealis-movie.blogspot.com/
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.
A Pacific Voices film from Kiribati. Local voices asking for world leaders to stop climate change so their people can have a future.
An outdoor photo exhibition of 100 places to remember before they disappear attracts visitors to one of Copenhagen’s busiest squares. The photos provide a timely reminder of what’s at stake.
Let’s make 2009 the year the world finds an answer to climate change. Sign UNEP’s Climate Petition by visiting www.sealthedeal2009.org
Climate change is pushing vulnerable communities worldwide further into poverty. And too often climate change costs lives, this is Sufia’s story.
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.
The Maldives is one of the lowest lying countries in the world and is threatened by sea level rise and other climate change impacts. It was the first country to sign the Kyoto protocol in 1997 and is closely following the current climate negotiations.