Panorama’s “What’s Fuelling Your Energy Bill” claimed to expose the inconvenient truth behind the UK’s rocketing energy bills. Tony Juniper, environmental campaigner and Action for Renewables chair, examines the facts, debunks the figures and shows how green energy is our cheapest option for the future.
Paul Simonon, formerly of the Clash, joins a Greenpeace ship as a crewmember, concealing his identity and taking on the role of assistant cook. When he scaled an oil rig to join our demand to stop Arctic oil drilling, he ended up in jail for two weeks. Here he is reunited with a fellow former prisoner who didn’t know until hours before that he’d shared a cell with a rock and roll legend.
Coral reefs are the most diverse marine ecosystem. They provide other marine species with food and shelter and provide us with food, income and leisure. But coral reefs are in danger: 75% of them are threatened by overfishing, habitat destruction, pollution, ocean acidification and climate change. This film explains what we can do to help corals stay alive.
The WWF Black Rhino Range Expansion Project has established seven new populations and increased the black rhino range by 150,000 hectares in South Africa.
In the first episode of Extreme Weather presented by Martine Croxall we take a look at the devastating floods which have hit Thailand, freak snow storms in the US, the coldest places on earth, dust storms in Texas and the likelihood of climate change bringing on more extreme weather.
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What if creativity and smart marketing could be combined to help inspire people to lead a greener life? James will show us how it could be done.
Wildlife presenter and RSPB vice-president Chris Packham talks about the challenges facing this iconic reserve on the North Norfolk coast and is amazed by the newly built viewing hide that offers a more modern wildlife experience to visitors.
Pablo Bullrich lives in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and works as a social media expert as well as a volunteer activist trainer.
He is in Bremen, Germany to visit the Rainbow Warrior III under construction, which he’ll be joining for the launch tour. His first action was in Santa Cruz where he was one out of 40 people blocking a port receiving a huge coal shipment from China.
A spoof of the film Glengarry, Glen Ross, Oxfam begin their campaign calling on investors, national governments, and international organisations to take a variety of measures to put a stop land grabbing.