Paul Polman CEO outlines how the company’s on-going commitment to sustainability makes sense both from a consumer and economic standpoint and that it drives innovation within the business.
Shot primarily from a helicopter, filmmaker Peter Mettler’s ‘Petropolis – Aerial Perspectives on the Alberta Tar Sands’ offers an unparalleled view of the world’s largest industrial, capital and energy project.
VSO volunteers have been supporting education in Nepal for over forty years. Today they’re sharing their skills at all levels of the education system to ensure real, lasting change. Hear from VSO volunteers helping teachers, children and the government alike to improve teaching and working conditions throughout the country.
VSO Zambia’s programme focuses on HIV & AIDS, secure livelihoods (gender & food security), and citizen participation, gender and governance. This film follows VSO volunteer Catrin Lloyd-Cowell and her work with Zambian Schools organisation ZOCS.
A behind the scenes look at the UN Secretary-General’s recent visit to the Arctic where he witnessed first hand the rapid effects on the local environment caused by global warming.
Take a look at our 60 second film to discover how you’re connected to this beautiful Brazilian savannah and what you can do to help save it.
The year 2010 has long been seen as an end goal, a time when we could look back and say, yes, we’ve done it – that biodiversity, life on Earth, is no longer threatened.
Winning the Green Energy Race means countries need to have public policies that are transparent, long-term and certain. In short, TLC.
What if….cavemen hadn’t got out of their caves or Newton had stayed indoors or Darwin had had a bad hair day? The Field Studies Council FSC are championing the rights and opportunities for people of all ages and interests to experience the environment at first hand.
Raise funds for VSO and you could change the lives of people living in some of the poorest communities in the world.