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.
A little girl’s trip to the aquarium turns into a nightmare as the reality of over-fishing strikes home.
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.
WaterAid is asking Glastonbury revellers to create a big stink to put a stop to the water and sanitation scandal by signing a petition for Gordon Brown…
Cranes are among Europe’s largest birds and well-loved because of their enthusiastic display dances and bugle-like call. The Great Crane Project has great plans to restore a healthy population of european cranes throughout the UK, so that people can once again experience these beautiful birds. The story so far is captured in this inspiring 2-partshort film.
This week’s green.tv news are full of stories from sea level up to the highest peak on Mount Everest.
Climate change is causing big storms in the American Midwest and other areas, and making water supplies in regions like the Southeast less certain. Extreme weather events could become the norm as global warming heats the earth and allows more water to evaporate. More water in the atmosphere and higher temperatures can alter traditional weather patterns and seasonal cycles.