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.
Charlie Dimmock supports the ‘Be Plantwise’ campaign by helping fellow pond owners identify some key non-native invasive aquatic plants and sharing some useful tips on how to manage them correctly.
A scientific consensus shows that marine life is in danger worldwide from overfishing and pollution. What would you do if your world was ending? Marine life cavort like there’s no tomorrow in a public service announcement from Oceana, the world’s largest conservation group dedicated to ocean preservation.
Pacific tuna stocks are under pressure from over harvesting by destructive and illegal fishing practices. Through its work in the region, Greenpeace aims to safeguard the future of the marine ecosystem and the people who depend on it.
Love the planet as well as your Valentine with our round up of the eco-gifts we’d love to receive. Happy Valentines from green.tv x
A short film from the Caribbean Environment Programme (CEP) that promotes regional co-operation in the protection and development of the marine environment of the Caribbean. The CEP is one of the UNEP administered Regional Seas Programmes.
By the end of the century the Earth could be more than 6 degrees hotter than it is today. This slideshow demonstrates what could happen to our planet as each degree is reached if we don’t act now to stop our carbon emissions.
For some 20 years, WWF has been exploring and protecting the Coral Triangle – moulding policies to ensure sound environmental management, raising awareness, sharing skills for better stewardship of marine resources.
This year, MandS will become the first UK retailer to sign WWF’s Seafood Charter, helping tackle overfishing and encourage fisheries towards sustainable practices future.