On October 4th 2010, a flood of toxic sludge wrought havoc on villages and towns in Western Hungary. The spill left nine people dead and created a huge environmental disaster.
A cross between a treasure trail and orienteering, Ecoteering aims to encourage people to connect with the natural world.
Greenpeace launches its new office in the Democratic Republic of Congo – the second on the African continent – which will focus on the protection of the Congo Basin rainforest.
Regulated, sustainable palm oil production which does not threaten primary forest and provides fair working conditions for growers has been developed by WWF and RSPO.
In this short film VSO volunteer Julie Wilson shares her expertise in primary education with schools in Nepal. We are given a glimpse of how she is adapting to a new culture and learning just as much from her colleagues as they are from her and how she is beginning to appreciate what is truly important in life.
The rapid spread of animal feed plantations across South America is wiping out rainforests and destroying the communities who’ve lived on the land for centuries. The Killing Fields lifts the lid on the battle to feed our factory farms.
The green news behind simple home renovations, electric cars and revolutionary bikes
Local people protest against a massive incinerator planned for Merthyr Tydfil, South Wales. Friends of the Earth argues that increasing recycling would be a greener alternative and would create far more local jobs.
This week, it’s all technology, technology, technology…
This week, guest presenter Naomi takes a look at what’s going down in the world of green.