Muddy fun and frolics at the Glastonbury Festival.
The cosmetics company, Lush, show how they use popcorn to reduce their carbon footprint, plus many other innovative energy-saving ideas.
A race where the winner is not necessarily the fastest, but the one that produced the least carbon. London companies competed with each to demonstrate who owns the cleanest and greenest fleet in the capital.
Christian Aid unveils its Green Garden at this years Grand Designs Live Exhibition at ExCel London. The Garden is designed for use in developing countries.
Festival-goers with amorous intentions needed to look no further for speed-dating than the Greenpeace field.
A simple viral highlighting that the grown-ups have gone very, very wrong.
Holding over 1 in 8 of known plant species, the gardens at Kew in London are some of the most important in the world. But with some plants flowering months early due to climate change, what are the consequences for the future?
In this interview Eleni Andreadis talks to Tony Juniper, Executive Director of Friends of the Earth, about his new book ‘Saving Planet Earth’. The book came out to accompany the BBC series this summer, 2007.
The biotruck expedition was an extraordinary success being independently certified as the world’s first Carbon-Negative Expedition. Andy Pag and John Grimshaw travelled through France, Spain, Morocco and Mauritania to a small town in Mali, 200km short of Timbuktu where they delivered a biodiesel processing unit to MFC, a local charity. Here are some of the highlights from their trip…
Jason Lewis, the environmental campaigner and first adventurer to attempt a circumnavigation of the globe by human-power only, pedals his boat up the Thames to complete his journey. For 13 years, Lewis has biked, hiked, skated and kayaked around the earth and a crowd of hundreds welcomes him home as he crosses the Greenwich Meridian line.