The green news behind simple home renovations, electric cars and revolutionary bikes
A short film looking at how a VSO volunteer helped a local Bangladeshi community move from agriculture to fishing due to the destruction of their habitat by saline water.
Sim – who is currently suspended 15 metres above the icy Arctic waters – talks about how he got into Greenpeace and taking direct action. We recorded this audio before Sim and a handful of others scaled Cairn’s Stena Don rig off Greenland, stopping their Arctic drilling.
Seafood See Life is a vibrant new network initiated by Greenpeace bringing together influential people organisations and businesses that want to be part of a positive wave of change for our oceans. The film (first shown at the Seafood See Life) launch party shows the problems facing our oceans and the positive changes that some people across the seafood industry are making to make sure that there will be fish on our plates tomorrow.
Eco-friendly tyres, eco-friendly cars and eco-friendly cities in this week’s news.
Our emissions of carbon dioxide threaten to alter the very chemistry of sea water and change life in our oceans within the span of a single human lifetime.
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.
More news on electric vehicles along with the latest eco stories from Emma Watson, pandas and obese gorillas.
The Environment Agency is calling for the immediate development of carbon capture and storage for coal-fired power stations as part of a Green New Deal for the UK.
An investor documentary that shows how Rolls Royce is helping Norway to reduce pollution from ferries.