See what primary school children from all over the UK have been up to with The Great Plant Hunt since it launched in spring 09. For the free resources to take part yourself, visit www.greatplanthunt.org
National Wildlife Week was first observed in 1938 under the name “National Wildlife Restoration Week”. Past spokespeople also include, Walt Disney, Shirley Temple and Robert Redford.
This Moosnight special report featured some best of breed production including lighting by Richard Laing, cow heads by Jeff Cliff Model Effects, sound by Stuart Bunce, sound mix by Iain Grant, graphic sequence by A Productions, post production by Magic Films and writing and direction by the inimitable Michael Wright. No humans were harmed or eaten during the production.
Sri Lanka’s national parks are home to some of the planet’s most endangered wildlife and plants. But they’re under constant threat from logging and agriculture. The key to their survival is carefully managed tourism.
Robert Redford speaks out about saving the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge from proposed oil drilling.
This documentary-short focuses on first-hand experiences with mercury poisoning and its effects on our health.
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This video produced by the International Fund for Animal Welfare features IFAW’s Senior Research Scientist Sheryl Fink discussing harp seals on the ice in the Gulf of St. Lawrence.
In Japan, two Greenpeace activists are standing trial for exposing a corruption scandal striking at the heart of the whaling industry. Following an extensive pre-trial period, their court case has now kicked off in Aomori, Japan.
Oil On Ice is a vivid and compelling film that connects the fate of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to decisions America makes about energy policy. Caught in the balance are the culture and livelihood of the Gwich’in people and the migratory wildlife in this most fragile of ecosystems.