The Field Studies Council (FSC) is a pioneering educational charity committed to bringing environmental understanding to all. Flatford Mill is instantly recognisable feature in many paintings by John Constable.
Africa Water Resources Atlas – challenges and opportunities. The atlas combines visual time series imagery to visually show how climate change threatens the fresh water resources on the African continent. Using satellite pictures taken over long periods of time, the atlas now makes it possible for us to see changes that we were not able to see just 10 to 20 years ago.
How does climate change affect the oceans and marine biodiversity?
Green news from all over the world this week, including the launch of a new version of green.tv – in the South Pacific.
The video describes the cultural and natural value of the Mediterranean Sea and provides a snapshot of environmental concerns that spurred Mediterranean Governments into signing the Barcelona Convention and establishing UNEP/MAP.
Taiwan’s heritage is deeply entwined with the sea. Reef destruction and overfishing has wreaked havoc on fish stocks and fishermen livelihoods. A network of marine reserves could protect not only the stocks but the wider ecosystem and the turtles of Taiwan as well.
In the vast, pristine forests of Western Canada, the ‘war for water’ has already begun. Thanks to Alberta’s Athabasca oil sands, Canada is now the biggest oil supplier to the United States. The people of Fort Chipewyan are already paying the price for what will be one of the largest industrial projects in history.
An lovable and slightly dim polar bear and an angry penguin demonstrate the importance of water efficiency and the issue of climate change. This film was written by students at Liverpool John Moores University for the Tomorrow’s World Short Film Competition which was conceived by the Environment Agency.