Tag Archives: Nature
Friends Of The Earth, Orang-utans

Friends Of The Earth, Orang-utans

This news story produced by Friends of the Earth, working with local scientists, looks at the effects of habitat destruction on orang-utans in South East Asia. 90% of their rainforest habitat has been destroyed, much of that to produce palm oil used in 1 in 10 supermarket products.

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Safeguarding the Saiga Antelope – Uzbekistan

Safeguarding the Saiga Antelope – Uzbekistan

Elena Bykova, winner of the Whitley Award donated by the Scottish Friends of the WFN is working in Uzbekistan, on the desert-steppes between the Aral and Caspian Seas, on safeguarding the critically-endangered saiga antelope. Her work includes restoring local pride in traditions associated with the animal.

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green.tv Weekly News – Christmas 2010 Edition

green.tv Weekly News – Christmas 2010 Edition

Top 5 green gifts to your Christmas list Face mask www.balaton-spa.co.uk WWF’s Help Save Wild Tigers box shop.wwf.org.uk Recycled cases www.proportasmart.comGo Green board game www.gogreenboardgame.co.uk Solar robots www.ethicalsuperstore.co.uk/greentv

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Harp Seal Hunt in Canada

Harp Seal Hunt in Canada

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.

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The Tokyo Two Trial

The Tokyo Two Trial

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.

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Oil On Ice

Oil On Ice

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.

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Forests for the 21st Century – Part 3

Forests for the 21st Century – Part 3

More than half of the world’s forest cover has been removed and deforestation is responsible for nearly 20 per cent of global carbon emissions. This is part 2 of a series of videos produced by the UK Forestry Commission looking at examples of what is being done to combat this.

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Highly endangered Rhino moved to Manas.

Highly endangered Rhino moved to Manas.

There are only around 1,700 Greater Asian one-horned rhinos left in the world. In February 2008, a one-and-a-half year-old female rhino calf was successfully rehabilitated and relocated to Manas National Park. This calf is only the fourth rhino in the park following 3 others moved by IFAW and partner organization Wildlife Trust of India in the last two years.

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green.tv Weekly News – November 8th 2010

green.tv Weekly News – November 8th 2010

The green news behind simple home renovations, electric cars and revolutionary bikes

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Chilika Lagoon in India brought to life

Chilika Lagoon in India brought to life

This video shows how, thanks to joint efforts of international organisations including IUCN’s Member Wetlands International and the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands, the Chilika Lagoon in India has been reconnected to the sea, bringing its biodiversity back to the lagoon, increasing its fish resources seven fold and dramatically improving the livelihoods of local people.

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