Solar airships, poorly kiwis and we take a look at new environmental documentary ‘This Space is Available’ on this weeks news.
Sir David Attenborough takes us to the Frozen Planet, solar power is top dog in the third world and we take a look at ‘The Story of Broke’.
As the crowd gathers speakers urge them to take action on behalf of the planet.
World Environment Day (WED) is on 5 June. This day is targeted to be the people’s day for positive action and demonstrates how individual actions can create an exponential impact. This year’s event, hosted by Rwanda, will support the International Year of Biodiversity.
Muddy fun and frolics at the Glastonbury Festival.
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.
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.
The hen harrier is Britain’s most endangered bird of prey, with only 10 pairs breeding successfully in England in 2008. This is due principally to illegal killing, particularly on driven grouse moors. We need your help to save them.
Copenhagen isn’t the only place people are talking about climate change. INSIDE COP15′s Martin Atkin made contact with three scientists investigating Coral bleaching off the coast of Australia.