Closing the Loop! – Find out about the lifecycle of a M&S plastic milk bottle with this new video from M&S, Veolia Environmental Services, Closed Loop Recycling and RecycleBank.
The fifth in this series of short films highlighting the work of the Soil Association looks at the work of Riverford Organic Vegetables.
Oil and gas development has turned the Western range into a spider web of roads, drilling rigs and compressors. Local people comment on the impact on the front range of the Rocky Mountains.
Greenpeace is calling for Poland, one of the 20 biggest emitters of CO2 in the world, to decrease its own carbon emissions and overcome its addiction to coal so it can play a constructive role in EU and global international policy making.
Levi’s endeavour to turn the tap off and some Stanford students attempt to break a solar powered record
Presented by BTCV Vice President, Sir David Attenborough,
The Tenadi Co-operative Group, lead by Sidi El Moktar Waled, was awarded the 2006 Sasakawa Prize by the United Nations Environment Programme, for their efforts to fight desertification in their local community of Tenadi, Mauritania.
Whitley Award donated by The William Brake Charitable Trust. Dino Martins (Kenya) is working with the East Africa Natural History Society in the Great Rift Valley and Taita Hills to improve local understanding and awareness of the vital role of insects in pollinating crops and encourage more sustainable methods of agriculture, to create a better future for people, plants and pollinators.
Eco-friendly tyres, eco-friendly cars and eco-friendly cities in this week’s news.
Richard Gedge, a beef and sheep farmer based in Exmoor, talks about his use of wind and biomass to power and heat his farm. With a payback period of 5 years and huge environmental benefits, Richard believes that more farmers should be exploiting renewable technology to gain profits for their businesses.