The Daisy Green Magazine girls have been described as a cross between Sex In the City and The Good Life. Their aim is to act as role models for those people who wish to live a more sustainable life, but without preaching.
SAVED is a new initiative from Green Thing where unwanted and unloved T-shirts are Saved from waste by adding a hand-stitched design and story that makes them wanted and loved again. Now it’s time to dig out that abandoned T-shirt and send it to Green Thing where we will love it, pet it, recycle it, and give it a new home.
Sir David Attenborough delivered the keynote speech at this year’s Ashden Awards. A speech full of positive messages from a true earth champion.
This video was shot by one of British Council Climate Generation champions, Baby Ruth Villarama, and shows Al Gore inviting all Filipinos to act on the ‘inconvenient truth’ about climate change.
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.
WWF’s Earth Hour on March 27th 2010 was bigger and better then ever. A real and powerful message to those in power that tackling climate change is one of the most important issues we all face.
Presented by Sir Trevor McDonald, this film looks back at some of the UK Parliament’s great achievements – from the abolition of slavery to the creation of the NHS – before exploring the historic opportunity facing the next Parliament. Will MPs elected this spring put the UK on track for a low carbon economy, before it’s too late?
This is the launch video for The Robin Hood Tax campaign. A coalition of over 30 charities and non-profit organisations has come together to demand a very small tax on financial transactions to raise serious money for poor people at home and abroad.
Charley Boorman visited Marcel Pool, a VSO volunteer physiotherapist working in Goroka in the Eastern Highlands province of Papua New Guinea, as part of his journey from Sydney to Tokyo for the second series of By Any Means, broadcast on BBC2.
3,500 runners, 100 cities, 35 countries = ‘One Giant Leap’ The world’s largest ever international parkour jam. Raising awareness of climate change and calling for an effective new global deal.