Blue Carbon, the new frontier
Blue carbon sinks such as mangroves,
salt marshes and sea grass may be absorbing up to 50% of the world’s
transport emissions and yet we have lost 25-30% of these precious ecosystem
Tree planting in Copenhagen
Danish Minister of Environment, Troles Lund Poulsen, along with about four hundred school children take part in a tree planting exercise in Copenhagen in which 2000 trees were planted.
Prospects for a deal in Copenhagen
Countries meeting at the United Nations climate change conference may be closer than some observers realise to agreeing the emissions cuts required to give the world a reasonable chance of avoiding g
Easy Like Water
In Bangladesh, solar-powered boat-schools are turning the front lines of climate change into a community of learning. As the water steals the land, one man’s vision is re-casting the rising riv
The Antarctica Challenge: A Global Warning
This documentary goes to the source of the climate change crisis: Antarctica. Here it explores first-hand the environmental challenges facing that frozen continent and, by extension, the world.