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Burned: Merthyr's fight for clean air and green jobs

The Ecologist

27th June, 2011

Pollution What would you do if an American company planned to site a huge incinerator - bigger than the Millennium Stadium - above your town? How would you feel if you knew that no existing technology could prevent that incinerator pumping out toxic chemicals? more...

Barbie toy includes packaging from Indonesia deforestation

Ecologist

9th June, 2011

barbie Greenpeace claim packaging for the barbie doll is produced using timber from critically endangered Indonesian rainforest more...

Erin O' Connor: 'World Without Bottles'

Ruth Styles

2nd June, 2011

Erin O'Connor A behind-the-scenes look at the British supermodel's shoot for SodaStream's 'World Without Bottles' campaign more...

Conservation International caught in greenwashing scandal

Ecologist

11th May, 2011

Conservation International footage Exclusive film shows employee of US environmental charity Conservational International discussing how they could help an arms company with its green PR more...

The beginners guide to (rogue) carbon trading

The Ecologist

3rd May, 2011

World map The Environmental Investigation Agency's animated film highlighting how the global trade in carbon credits is open to abuse and exploitation... more...

The BP Deepwater Horizon disaster: one year on

The Ecologist

21st April, 2011

oil spill Greenpeace video released on the anniversary of the 'worst environmental disaster in the history of the US' more...

A bitter cup: the truth behind Britain's favourite drink

The Ecologist

13th April, 2011

Plantation worker Watch this film examining how tea workers in the developing world struggle to get by on poverty wages while British supermarkets make huge profits more...

Just how green is Facebook?

The Ecologist

5th April, 2011

Facebook Greenpeace's 'Unfriend Coal' campaign is calling on the world's biggest social networking site to free its energy-intensive business from coal power

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Climate refugees: Environmental Justice Foundation teams up with London cinemas

The Ecologist

14th March,2011

Climate change is already causing environmental degradation (Copyright: Mohammad Rakibul Hasan) EJF’s ‘No Place Like Home’ film is part of their campaign arguing the case of people affected by climate change, who without international help and new binding agreements on assistance, will have no where to go and no means to survive... more...

Heathrow Transition activists celebrate one year stay at community garden

The Ecologist

March 3rd, 2011

Campaigners against the third Heathrow runway and residents of the local villages Sipson, Harmondsworth and Harlington this week celebrated the anniversary of the market garden project in Sipson, 'Grow Heathrow' more...

The toxic cost of coal in China

Ecologist

28th February, 2011

A nuclear power station Grave dangers face those living next to ash disposal sites connected to Chinese power stations more...

Gold's Costly Dividend: film reveals the hidden side of gold production

Ecologist

21st February,2011

Soldier in the DRC In the month that the world's first Fair Trade gold is launched, Human Rights Watch release a film reporting on alleged abuses at Porgera gold mine in Papua New Guinea more...

Give the colours back to the earth

Ecologist

11th February,2011

1 minute to save the world - Film Competition Watch the winner of the 'best youth film' award in the 1 Minute to Save the World competition, sponsored by Unicef and SONY Open Planet, produced by the children and staff at Wilbury Primary School more...

Pig Business: the film the industrial pork lobby tried to silence

The Ecologist

3rd February,2011

Pig Business Ahead of Pig Business's debut screening at the EU Parliament in Brussels, watch highlights from Tracy Worcester's mammoth investigation into the truth behind cheap pork more...

Warriors of Qiugang: how one Chinese 'cancer village' rose up

The Ecologist

January 31st,2011

Watch the trailer for the Oscar-nominated film documenting how Chinese villagers challenged a powerful chemical company over pesticides and dye-factory pollution more...

Biodiversity begins with a Bee (according to Scottish Natural Heritage)

The Ecologist

27th January,2011

A short-haired bumblebee Scottish Natural Heritage launch a new film in the name of safeguarding biodiversity, complete with with sword-fighting and motorcycling bees...
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Why you should think twice before eating bananas

The Ecologist

21st January, 2011

The Frontline Club holds a special London screening of acclaimed film - Bananas!* - exposing the scandal of pesticide use in banana cultivation more...

The Economics of Happiness

Ecologist

12th January,2011

A sneak preview of Helena Norberg-Hodge's epic documentary which examines how 'going local' is a powerful strategy to help repair our fractured world - ecosystems, societies and individuals more...

A 300-year history of fossil fuels in 300 seconds

Ecologist

30th December, 2010

Fossil fuels: a history of The Post Carbon Institute has produced an illustrated guide to how we have become so reliant on fossil fuels and how we could shake off that addiction more...

Addicted to frack: the dirty gas drilling coming to a field near you

Ecologist

7th December, 2010

Exclusive film examining the bitter fall out from gas extraction in the US involving a process known as hydraulic fracturing - or fracking. And it's coming to Europe... more...

1 minute to save the world - Film Competition

Vi Nguyen

30th November, 2010

1 minute to save the world 1minutetosavetheworld.com is an online film competition that encourages people from all over the world to submit a one minute length film about climate change. more...

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