Written by the kind and talented people at TBWA London (tbwa-london.com) and directed by Matt Lipsey (feelfilms.co.uk/ml1.html) of Little Britain fame, this video shows the lengths one man is prepared to go to in his quest to have fun in the dark. Special effects? Naah. The man studied appendage dance and mime for a year so he could do those amazing things with his Green Thing. Try them them at home, but be careful.
Jesus was born in a simple manger in a bare stable in Bethlehem. Perhaps this was because Mary and Joseph knew that it just would have been wrong to surround God’s son with the conspicuous consumption that defines many peoples lives today. Perhaps every now and again we can choose to revel in the glory of an old thing rather than a new thing, and do the planet a favour too.
Stair-climbers James, Jo and Pete risk their lives by trying to reach the third floor. It’s a story of guts and sacrifice. A story of genuine heroes who don’t know the meaning of the word ‘lift’ – or do they? Thanks to the brilliant Michael Wright who wrote and directed the whole bloomin’ thing, and to Partizan London who kindly produced it.
green.tv went to Cavendish Square to see the latest trends in ethical and fairtrade fashion for the upcoming season. From handbags, clothes and shoes to ethical jewellery – eco-fashion is really hitting the mainstream.
A race where the winner is not necessarily the fastest, but the one that produced the least carbon. London companies competed with each to demonstrate who owns the cleanest and greenest fleet in the capital.
Christian Aid unveils its Green Garden at this years Grand Designs Live Exhibition at ExCel London. The Garden is designed for use in developing countries.
British R&B singer Lemar visits Uganda in East Africa with Christian Aid. He meets a farmer who tells him that the effects of climate change are now being felt.
Razorlight’s Johnny Borrell sings the blues for Friends of the Earth as part of the Big Ask campaign.
Festival-goers with amorous intentions needed to look no further for speed-dating than the Greenpeace field.
By 2050 UK record temperatures of 101.3 degrees will be the norm. Meanwhile the Amazon Rainforest could suddenly die from lack of rain, along with 1 million land species and millions of people worldwide. With oil prices at record highs and energy demands ever increasing, how will we adapt to these changes and what can tomorrow’s technology offer?