Exploring how different types of biomass can be used to produce fuel
We cannot live without fresh water. It’s as simple as that. In the coming decades, problems associated with the lack of fresh water or access to safe, unpolluted, waters are set to reach global proportions.
British dairy farmers are going out of business and the threat of mega-dairies will only increase that. A new report shows there is a solution, radical in its simplicity.
Interviews with children about their attitudes towards their environments. Filmed as part of a project to provoke debate about the relationships between children and their environment.
In the Garba Tula dryland district in North-East Kenya, IUCN and the Wildlife Resource Advocacy are working with the local people and government to ensure the fair and sustainable use of the dryland ecosystem.
green.tv news is back with stories of electric bicycles, travelling across Australia with a kite and exploring the ocean depths…
This week’s news focuses on technological innovations from around the globe
Two teenagers from Ougadougou, Burkina Faso investigate the plight of child gold miners in their country.
A green roof can certainly make a building look nicer, but can it measurably lower energy requirements and improve water management?