21 November 2012
In nature there is a deep sense of peace. This musician connects that peace with the stillness he experiences when he plays the didgeridoo.
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7 November 2012
On 20-04-2010 205 000 000 gallons of oil began flowing into the gulf of mexico. How has that effected us? More importantly, how has that effected the very earth it was extracted from. This interesting video displays our shameful dependency on oil.
5 November 2012
If you just stop doing something that’s harming the earth, just for one day you could make a difference. One day. One thing. Big difference.
For every kilogram of feed a cow is fed, and 11 000 litres of water used we get back just one burger.
31 October 2012
The effects of the current food production system is quickly creating antibiotic resistant superbugs.
Take 2 minutes to sign a petition at www.meatwithoutdrugs.org
30 October 2012
Wayward plants is a creative initiative that spreads the inspiration of nature. One of their projects is called the Helsinki Plant Tram which takes urban gardening on a mobile platfrom so everyone can be in Helsinki can be inspired by nature.
Creative green projects like this always gives hope for the future.
29 October 2012
Reusing is one of the best ways to cultivate a sustainable environment.
23 October 2012
A lively imagining of the circus fairground reveals the men and women behind the curtain of Coal World – and their black, refined interests. Coal! And what a show it is. Check out this awesome little video.
11 October 2012
“Oil companies are willing to alter the chemical composition of the atmosphere to make more money.”
Bill McKibben has been following climate change since his early 20s. His thoughts on environmental policy and the fossil fuel industry speak true and it’s complimented by a neat animation. They fossil fuel industry may have more money then we do, but if you look inside yourself, you have a natural creativity, spirit and a passion for preserving life and living with nature, instead of in it.
9 October 2012
The tiger is a creature with a fierce sense of beauty. But it’s existence is threatened to be reduced to nothing more than videos and photographs. But we can prevent that.
1 October 2012
Volcanos induce great interest and also, great fear. But these volcano explorers seem to be fearless.
28 September 2012
“Can shopping save the world? The Story of Change urges viewers to put down their credit cards and start exercising their citizen muscles to build a more sustainable, just and fulfilling world.”
28 September 2012
By understanding how our behavior affects our bodies, we are able to understand the affect our actions have on nature. Gunter Pauli will be one of the many speakers at the Sustain Our Africa 2012 Conference held in Cape Town from 24-26 October.
27 September 2012
“I’m a little piece of a big, big universe.” That line says it all. We’re all connected to nature.
26 September 2012
Deforestation is a sad result of the consumerist world we chose to live in. Countries and corporations profit greatly through harvesting the forests of the world. But when you hear the stories of the people who have no choice but to cut and saw, it becomes difficult to draw the line when there are people who need to survive.
25 September 2012
Every singe product you purchase is like casting a vote that says you’re okay with how that product was harvested, produced and packaged. All for your convenience. But you can make a difference without having to make effort that will change your current lifestyle. Just look for the frog logo on some of the products you purchase and you’ll know that whatever you’re buying, comes from a sustainable production practice. This way your vote is for sustainability.
25 September 2012
There’s nothing like enjoying nature. Roman and Audran explore Spain.
20 September 2012
Simply follow the frog…
Follow The Frog means buying rainforest aligned certified products to help ensure the future of our rainforests.
18 September 2012
Agustin ravaged by Polio has set out to over come his poverty and disease by building a helicopter. Please help the creators of this film to spread this profoundly inspiring message.
14 September 2012
We live in world where everything we consume leaves a carbon footprint. You can offset your carbon footprint by simply planting a spekboom (Portulacaria Afra). This amazing plant is waterwise and fire-resistant, but the best part is that one hectare of spekboom captures about four tonnes of carbon annually.