Officer Tom McCloghry is a cop on the beat, patrolling downtown Columbia, South Carolina to keep the streets safe. And, though it’s not so unusual these days to see police on Segways, this one is different. This is a hydrogen hybrid Segway, created with support from the National Science Foundation. In just the last few years, Columbia has transformed itself into a hotbed of hydrogen research–thanks in large part to the Industry/University Cooperative Research Center for Fuel Cells at the University of South Carolina
Marine Reserves are not only on or below the surface, the also protect the shoreline.
The Maria Marine Reserve is an open lab for scientists. Data gathered here is vital for climate change studies.
A Pacific Voices film from Vanuatu. Asking for stronger climate change action and asking Australia to stand for Pacific Island countries which are impacted by climate change.
Clean water means life. Oxfam New Zealand’s Water for Survival program in PNG improves the life of many of the 5 million without clean, safe water.
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.
This film tells the story of a special gathering of indigenous leaders from Venda (South Africa), Altai (Russia) and the Colombian Amazon, and a training in eco-cultural mapping. This film was produced by The Gaia Foundation, the Mupo Foundation and the African Biodiversity Network (ABN).
Women across the UK are being asked to recycle their bras to prevent them from being put into landfill; to raise money for charity, and to help women in the developing world.
Short green tips on how to reduce the environmental impact of your daily actions, whether at home, at work or on the road.