Charlie Dimmock supports the ‘Be Plantwise’ campaign by helping fellow pond owners identify some key non-native invasive aquatic plants and sharing some useful tips on how to manage them correctly.
Natalie Imbruglia, gorgeous pop poppette, invites us into her home and tells us why water is fundamental to Ecover. Ecover are strong supporters of green.tv and work in partnership with Wateraid to enable communities in Ethiopia access to clean water.
Animation-masters Triffic teamed up with jazz outfit Voodoo Kazoo to produce this brilliantly catchy shower-a-long with shades of Ferris Bueller and a hint of Ian Dury. Huge thanks to Andy for the design, Andy, Shaun, Chris and Garf for the animation, Luke for compositing and effects and Tim for vocals and patience. And a watery Green Thing hug to Olivia of Joy for stepping forward in the first place.
Greenpeace reveals the trail of pirate fishing which brings fish, stolen from West Africa’s waters, to dinner plates around Europe through the port of Las Palmas.
One of the greatest challenges of the 21st Century.
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.
green.tv news is back with stories of electric bicycles, travelling across Australia with a kite and exploring the ocean depths…
Public information film explaining why water is a precious and valuable resource, exploding some of the myths about how much water we have and how much we’re now using. Many factors including climate change and changes in population means we won’t be able to carry on using water in the same way. Finally, the film explains some of the simple actions we can all take which can make to reduce our water use.
Planting coastal mangroves in Pakistan will protect the coast line from cyclones and save lives. A film through the eyes of fisherman Siddiq.
A witty play on an infamous biblical story, showing the importance of preparing against flooding and the devastating affects of climate change. This film was written by Martin Langhorn at the University of Central Lancashire for the Tomorrow’s World Short Film Competition which was conceived by the Environment Agency.