This week’s episode of Eco-Trek features the last leg of the Mercedes-Benz F-CELL World Drive in Australia. The drive around the world has reached its halfway mark and is now on the way back to Germany. Roz Savage, environmentalist and solo ocean rower takes off from Perth to Mumbai. Also in Perth Carnegy Wave Energy producing energy out of the sea.
This week’s episode of Eco-Trek features more green stories from the ‘Fifth Continent’. From Melbourne’s Green Roofs Project to a ‘green island’ in the middle of Adelaide.
This week Eco-Trek brings us to Spain. We visit the Beach Garbage Hotel – Madrid the brainchild of German artist Ha Schult, take a closer look at the photovoltaic pergola in Barcelona and interview Eco-Architect Enric Ruiz Geli about how he incorporates green engineering into his modern buildings.
World Environment Day (WED) is on 5 June. This day is targeted to be the people’s day for positive action and demonstrates how individual actions can create an exponential impact. This year’s event, hosted by Rwanda, will support the International Year of Biodiversity.
The story of a man with a gun and a mission – to eliminate all instances of unseasonal vegetable consumption.
Greenpeace is celebrating ten years of victories for the Amazon Rainforest. But now they face their greatest challenge this year – at the UN Climate Summit in Copenhagen.
This Moosnight special report featured some best of breed production including lighting by Richard Laing, cow heads by Jeff Cliff Model Effects, sound by Stuart Bunce, sound mix by Iain Grant, graphic sequence by A Productions, post production by Magic Films and writing and direction by the inimitable Michael Wright. No humans were harmed or eaten during the production.
Guardian journo and interviewer extraordinaire Laura Barton takes a walk through the city of London and finds some thrown-away papers and magazines which she recycled into a poem. And even more impressively, it’s great. Filmed by the talented, willing and helpful people at Firecracker Films and featuring music is by Graeme Miller – cleverly recycled from last October’s Green Thing.
Sri Lanka’s national parks are home to some of the planet’s most endangered wildlife and plants. But they’re under constant threat from logging and agriculture. The key to their survival is carefully managed tourism.
Robert Redford speaks out about saving the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge from proposed oil drilling.