NASA go on a solar-powered space adventure, mechanical birds trick the real thing and a gorilla saving Facebook game on this week’s green.tv news.
Human energy lights up the Royal Albert Hall as 60 cyclists led by television presenter and WWF supporter Kirsty Gallacher helped power projections of protected species, including tigers, pandas and penquins onto the Royal Albert Hall.
This new video shows how Greenpeace has been encouraging retailers to clean up their seafood shelves – by switching to a sustainable seafood sourcing policy they can change the world’s fisheries and help to protect the world’s oceans.
Jana Bedek won the 2011 Whitley Award donated by The Shears Foundation. A biologist, caver and President of the Croatian Bio-speleological Society, Jana is capturing local knowledge to protect both the vast limestone cave systems which lie beneath the Dinaric Alps, stretching from Italy to Albania, and the many unusual creatures found there and nowhere else on Earth.
More news on electric vehicles along with the latest eco stories from Emma Watson, pandas and obese gorillas.
Dr Rachel T Graham, winner of the Whitley Gold Award 2011 donated by WWF-UK and Whitley Award donated by George and Natasha Duffield, is the Director of the Wildlife Conservation Society’s Gulf and Caribbean Sharks and Rays Programme. The programme is protecting Belize’s sharks, rays and other ocean giants.
The Esperanza crew captures unique audio recordings of humpbacks in Antarctic waters.
green.tv news is back with stories of electric bicycles, travelling across Australia with a kite and exploring the ocean depths…
Take a deep breath and imagine the oceans… Short Greenpeace documentary outlining the threats to our oceans and what can be done to restore their health.