Mind blowing wind turbines by Vestas, Hollywood star Mark Ruffalo does his best to save water and other amazing stories for this week’s green.tv news.
Timberland Earthkeepers are waterproof and lightweight – yet don’t compromise the environment having 70% recycled lining and 30% recycled sole.
See the devastating impact that Albertan tar sands developments are having on the environment and local First Nation communities. Narrated by Canadian actress Neve Campbell. The Co-operative presents Dirty Oil as part of its Toxic Fuels campaign.
This film tells the story of a special gathering of indigenous leaders from Venda (South Africa), Altai (Russia) and the Colombian Amazon, and a training in eco-cultural mapping. This film was produced by The Gaia Foundation, the Mupo Foundation and the African Biodiversity Network (ABN).
Water has powered civilisations and caused their downfall, yet we continue to take water for granted. We have to change our understanding and management of our scarce water resources, before they manage us.
The corporate braumeisters of Anheuser-Busch have let genetically engineered rice contaminate their Budweiser beer, independent laboratory testing has revealed. Tests show rice used in Anheuser-Busch’s east coast US breweries is contaminated with genetically engineered rice varieties outlawed in most of the world.
How do you balance the competing global demands for green fuel and cheap food? Features UK transport secretary Ruth Kelly and the IMF’s Simon Johnson.
Lava lamps and foot spas – one million reasons to party…Londoners emptied their drawers and cleared out their cupboards to find electrical waste and can gain entry to ERP’s ‘Recycling Party’ at Punk nightclub in Soho in November 2010.
This week’s green.tv news host Ben, takes us all around the world with some of the most amazing eco-friendly transport stories.