Pioneers Lester Brown, David Suzuki, Jonathan Porritt and others say that we are in a race against time. We are living in a small window when we can still affect positive change, have the technology to deliver that change, and could see the benefits of action towards sustainability for the planet. Inaction poses the greatest security threat.
The FutureScapes project brings together a range of expert thinkers, designers, futurologists, writers and you – the public – to explore the opportunities and challenges of life in 2025, and to consider the potential contribution that technology and entertainment can make in shaping a better, more sustainable future.
The Porsche 914, battery life and charge time are all looked at by host Lisa Van Pay as she visits the scientists and engineers working to make the electric car of the future a reality today.
Putting more wind power into the energy mix not only brings down CO2 emissions but the price of electricity as well.
Electronic waste harms workers and environment in China.
Electronic waste harms workers and environment in India.
For the last four months Eco-Trek had the opportunity to drive around the world with the Mercedes-Benz F-CELL World Drive – emission free in a hydrogen powered full electric vehicle. Eco-Trek producer Christian Maier visited green projects all around the world and met some of the most interesting people in the green movement.
On this week’s episode of Eco-Trek, we continue taking an in depth look at the environment in China. Will China be able to balance economic growth and ecological responsibility?
This week’s episode of Eco-Trek kicks off an in depth look at the environment in China. The fastest growing country on this planet faces huge environmental challenges. Will China be able to balance economic growth and ecological responsibility? The next edition of Eco-Trek will coming out May 13th will focus on this question.
This week’s episode of Eco-Trek features the last leg of the Mercedes-Benz F-CELL World Drive in Australia. The drive around the world has reached its halfway mark and is now on the way back to Germany. Roz Savage, environmentalist and solo ocean rower takes off from Perth to Mumbai. Also in Perth Carnegy Wave Energy producing energy out of the sea.