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Stories from the Rainbow Warrior: Getting on Board

Stories from the Rainbow Warrior: Getting on Board

Episode 1 of Greenpeace’s web video series ‘Stories from the Rainbow Warrior’. You’ll see the maiden voyage through the eyes of our youngest activists, the New Hands on Deck: www.facebook.com/newhandsondeck. It’s our way of saying ‘Thank you’ and to show off what 100,000+ of you bought when you funded the ship bolt by bolt, cleat by cleat, and sail by sail.

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Ep.5 Extreme Weather with Vestas

Ep.5 Extreme Weather with Vestas

We take a look at the most extreme weather events that have taken place around the world in the last few weeks featuring:
South East Asia battered by Tropical Storms.
No end in sight for Texas drought.
And we take a special look at the foggiest places on Earth.

Tell us about your extreme weather experiences on twitter with hash tags ExtremeWeather and Green_TV.

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Green Revolution – The future of electric cars

Green Revolution – The future of electric cars

The Porsche 914, battery life and charge time are all looked at by host Lisa Van Pay as she visits the scientists and engineers working to make the electric car of the future a reality today.

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Goodweave Nepal

Goodweave Nepal

GoodWeave Nepal works to prevent child labour in the carpet-weaving industry by engaging businesses to abide by its licencee agreement, a child-labour-free stamp of good practice. Find out more: www.goodweavenepal.org

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Achuar – Dream Readers of Amazon

Achuar – Dream Readers of Amazon

Why do we dream? A short video about the magical Achuar tribe and their dream reading, in the Amazon forest of Ecuador. This 1min 30sec video tries to capture the beauty of Ecuador with it’s valley of volcanoes, the cloud forests, the Amazon jungles and of course the enchanting Achuar and their amazing philosophy of reading dreams. Film by Nitin Das, Shortlisted for WWF’s Life. Nature. You. Make the Connection. film competition.

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Life in the Forests animation

Life in the Forests animation

A love of walking in forests in her home country of the Philippines inspired the winning entry of 13-year-old Trisha Co Reyes in the 2011 International Children’s Painting Competition on the Environment – watch Trisha’s painting come to life.

Trisha beat over 600,000 other young people to win first place in the competition, which is organised by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP).

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Extreme Weather 2011

Extreme Weather 2011

A look back at the most extreme weather events that took place around the world during 2011 from the floods in Australia to Hurricane Irene, Groundhog Day blizzards and the drought in Africa. Weather data from Vestas.

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Ep.4 Extreme Weather with Vestas

Ep.4 Extreme Weather with Vestas

We take a look at the most extreme weather events that have taken place around the world in the last few weeks featuring:
Scotland battered by hurricane-force winds.
Shipping stranded as water levels drop in the River Danube. Health fears as Beijing is covered in a blanket of smog.
And we look back at the most extreme weather events of 2011.

Tell us about your extreme weather experiences on twitter with hash tags ExtremeWeather and Green_TV.

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Restless Development Nepal

Restless Development Nepal

Winners of a STARS Foundation Impact Award for its outstanding work in preventative health with children and youth in high-altitude isolated communities.

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Oceana: Protecting the World’s Oceans

Oceana: Protecting the World’s Oceans

Narrated by Ted Danson, this 2009 video is an overview of the issues plaguing our oceans and what Oceana is doing to help. From bottom trawling to overfishing, Ted discusses the ways in which we are drastically changing our oceans and, as a result, our climate and our world. Oceana has already set the stage for far-reaching policy change with many important victories, and continues to work tirelessly to protect our oceans and its incredible marine diversity.

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