Naivasha : Story of an African Rift Valley lake
This short film explores the environmental pressures threatening Lake Naivasha, a fresh water lake in Kenya’s Rift Valley. It looks at the importance of the lake for the Kenyan economy an
The scientists note that ocean acidification is already detectable and is accelerating. They caution that its negative impacts can be avoided only by limiting future atmospheric CO2 levels.
In the arid farmlands of eastern Kenya, a German NGO has been helping communities to harvest rain. Using the occasional rock features that interrupt the otherwise flat landscape, they are building si
Escaping Floods- Mozambique
All along the banks of the Zambezi, vulnerable populations are being moved to resettlement sites, where they are safe from the floods but no longer have access to their farms and livelihoods. Rebuild
Drip Irrigation- Senegal
Drip irrigation has become popular in Senegal, where an Israeli NGO is
teaching farmers the simple technique that gives them control over
their crops and does not leave them entirely at the
UNEP is working together with UNON on greening the UN Gigiri compound in Nairobi, Kenya.
Volvo Ocean Race
This is a 35,000 km race around the world using vane energy.It creates a great opportunity to send the message out "using energy that doesn’t pollute to combat climate change."
Cold Water Corals
One of the most startling discoveries has been the abundance of coral reefs, living hundreds of metres below the surface of the sea, at around 4 to 13 degrees centigrade. Whats more, many of these re
Forteleza, capital of sierra in Brazil has a population of 30million people and produces 3,300 tonnes of garbage gaily. Prof. Albert Brasil looks at three major points which are crucial to the creati
Have you ever wondered what you could do to change things around you?
Caring for Chimpanzees
After examining chimpanzee habitats decades after her initial research, Jane Goodall finds that forests outside of the national parks have been destroyed.
An Eco-lodge in Kenya where the lodges owners and designers spared no effort to adopt the greenest approaches to energy, water, waste, transport, and building material.