Green For All’s music video puts pollution to a beat. The video is catchy and more than a bit frightening in the way that it uses sounds we all know — the wheezes of an asthma sufferer, the industrial noise of a factory, the sounds of traffic — to create a song that builds to a crescendo before dissolving into a friendlier tune and narration about the promise of a green economy.
Highlights from the fantastic launch event for the Enough Food For Everyone IF campaign, which took place at Somerset House in London on 23 January, 2013. Featuring appearances by Bill Gates, Fay Ripley, Tamsin Greig, Lauren Laverne, Bill Nighy, Baaba Maal, Urban Voices Collective and many others.
Right in your own home, you have the power to save money and energy. Saving energy reduces our nation’s overall demand for resources needed to make energy, and increasing your energy efficiency is like adding another clean energy source to our electric power grid.
This short video shows the extraordinary impact of the support of SolarAid’s donors. It focuses on their work with schools in East Africa… and shows how solar panels are helping children to achieve better exam results. This film was made with support from Barclays.
Diseases from unsafe water and lack of basic sanitation kill more people every year than all forms of violence, including war. Children are especially vulnerable, as their bodies aren’t strong enough to fight illnesses. In Africa alone, people spend 40 billion hours every year just walking for water. Women and children usually bear the burden of water collection, walking miles to the nearest source, which likely make them sick.
LOS ANGELES, CA, and September 29, 2012 – The Environmental Media Association celebrated the 22nd Annual Environmental Media Awards on Saturday, September 29, 2012 and recognized seven films, television and digital programs for their outstanding contributions to environmental causes and green initiatives in programming and filmmaking.
As an award-winning photographer, explorer, author, and environmental activist, Sebastian Copeland has made the fight for the protection of the environment his life’s work.
In addition to his successful North Pole expedition (documented in the award-winning film Into the Cold: A Journey of the Soul, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival 2010) Sebastian has broken world records kite-skiing across Greenland, advocates tireless as a board member for Global Green USA, and is getting ready to embark on another record-setting expedition in November 2011: a 3,700 kilometer transcontinental crossing of the Antarctica ice sheet over an anticipated eighty five days.
Due to Indian Point’s vulnerability to terrorism, a laundry list of safety problems, the storage of 1500 tons of radioactive waste onsite, and the lack of a workable evacuation plan, Riverkeeper has been working toward the permanent shutdown of the Indian Point nuclear power plant. In fall 2006 Riverkeeper launched its Reenergize New York initiative [...]