Emotive video from India, put a unique spin on rainwater harvesting and shows how an upside down umbrella can become a personal rain catcher. The film seeks to deliver a simple message: Rain water belongs to each of us and that we should collect and share. Below are some pics of more umbrella harvesters.
Greenpeace activists are taking direct action against Shell’s plans to drill the Arctic for oil. On 24 Feb 2012 in the Port of Taranaki, New Zealand seven Greenpeace activists including actor Lucy Lawless scaled the derrick on a drillship commissioned by Shell to drill for oil in the Arctic.
If you dig trees and traveling, then super cool, Greenpop’s Trees for Zambia Project is definitely for you! For 3 weeks in July 2012, they will be hosting a reforestation and conservation education project in Livingstone, in partnership with Zambezi Nkuku. In an effort to fight this drastic deforestation, Greenpop will be planting 5,000 to 10,000 trees in Livingstone and spreading education… Read more to find out how to volunteer and/or support this project from home!
A project of the Electricity Governance Initiative South Africa, 2011. This video looks at the events that took place in November 2011 which promoted informed and sustainable engagement between parliament and civil society on energy and climate issues.
WWF “We live in a world of more, yet we could live in a world of enough – a world where
there’s enough food, water and energy for everyone”.