The Ecologist


Archive: Video

27/06/2011» Burned: Merthyr's fight for clean air and green jobs

09/06/2011» Barbie toy includes packaging from Indonesia deforestation

02/06/2011» Erin O' Connor: 'World Without Bottles'

11/05/2011» Conservation International caught in greenwashing scandal

03/05/2011» The beginners guide to (rogue) carbon trading

21/04/2011» The BP Deepwater Horizon disaster: one year on

12/04/2011» A bitter cup: the truth behind Britain's favourite drink

05/04/2011» Just how green is Facebook?

14/03/2011» Climate refugees: Environmental Justice Foundation teams up with London cinemas

03/03/2011» Heathrow Transition activists celebrate one year stay at community garden

28/02/2011» The toxic cost of coal in China

21/02/2011» Gold's Costly Dividend: film reveals the hidden side of gold production

11/02/2011» Give the colours back to the earth

03/02/2011» Pig Business: the film the industrial pork lobby tried to silence

31/01/2011» Warriors of Qiugang: how one Chinese 'cancer village' rose up

27/01/2011» Biodiversity begins with a Bee (according to Scottish Natural Heritage)

21/01/2011» Why you should think twice before eating bananas

12/01/2011» The Economics of Happiness

15/12/2010» A 300-year history of fossil fuels in 300 seconds

07/12/2010» Addicted to frack: the dirty gas drilling coming to a field near you

30/11/2010» 1 minute to save the world - Film Competition

25/11/2010» Harrison Ford on the illegal wildlife trade

10/11/2010» The Story of Stuff: Electronics

03/11/2010» My Paper Boat: the harsh reality of climate change

27/10/2010» The Story of Stuff: Cosmetics

19/10/2010» Climate protesters block the Coryton oil refinery in Essex

13/10/2010» Dwindling forests, dwindling futures: Bangladesh mangrove communities under threat

07/10/2010» No pressure: the climate film that went too far?

04/10/2010» What's linking slavery to your dinner plate?

21/09/2010» The shocking cost of US 'mega-dairies'

06/09/2010» Greenpeace whaling activists get one-year jail sentence

05/08/2010» StroudCo food hub: wrestling food power away from the supermarkets

28/07/2010» What is a sustainable lifestyle?

29/07/2010» Closing BP Stations Across London

06/07/2010» Just do it movie: direct action in the UK

30/06/2010» Spilling oil over the Tate: the activists' story

17/05/2010» How to shut down a Shell petrol station... in style

29/04/2010» The next parliament will be the last that can act on climate change

23/04/2010» RAN's greenwash of the week: Earth Day sponsorship

14/04/2010» RAN's greenwash of the week: COP15

12/04/2010» RAN's greenwash of the week: Chevron's solar balls

05/02/2010» US climate expert: even sceptics want to retrofit their homes

07/01/2010» Why we need a right to build our homes

17/12/2009» COP15: 'We will not just discuss procedure'

15/12/2009» Schwartzenegger: 'let us regain our purpose'

13/12/2009» Todd Stern: No US climate targets without China

10/12/2009» Video: Yvo De Boer plays down the 'Danish text' at Copenhagen

03/12/2009» Video: the story of Cap & Trade

26/10/2009» Organoponico! Cuba's response to food security

24/09/2009» Launch of the Brixton Pound

29/06/2009» Climate change through the eyes of an Inuit boy

20/05/2009» Al Jazeera Film: People & Power - Dumping Ground

08/01/2008» Pants exposed - know what's in your knickers?

01/11/2008» Coalfinger

18/09/2008» Wake up, freak out - then get a grip

30/11/1999» The Ecologist Film Unit

08/06/2009» The End of the Line film

11/06/2009» Al Jazeera Film: A Case of Global Proportions

04/06/2009» A Time Comes - A film by Nick Broomfield

12/03/2009» A breathe of fresh air

28/04/2009» Ecopads with Marcus Brigstocke

15/06/2009» Sick as a pig

15/06/2009» Greed of Feed

15/06/2009» The Forest King chicken

15/06/2009» Melting Point: the crackdown on legal environmental protest

15/06/2009» Hell for leather


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