The controversial "Say Yes" campaign was started by groups representing 3 million young people, workers, business and the environment - all who all want Australia to put a price on carbon pollution in 2011.
Pete Campbell (Vincent Kartheiser) and Harry Crane (Rich Sommer), of the hit series Mad Men, sit down in 1965 to discuss trains and why we need them.
Trains get you where you want to go, more directly than planes too. We can't wait another decade to move forward on high speed rail. The future is now. Find out how you can help support the cause at www.madfasttrains.com.
Costa Georgiadis travelled to Tara in Central Queensland to discover how devastating so called 'green' coal seam gas mining can be on the natural environment.
'Show Off Your Swap' is the theme for the 2011 Fair Trade Fortnight in Australia and New Zealand from the 7 - 22 May. Get loud and proud Aussies and Kiwis about Fairtrade! Click here for more information.
This is the first animation from the Secret Life of Things. 'Life Pscycle-ology' is a humorous look at the life story of an unhappy mobile phone, who seeks therapy after his owner dumps him in favour of a new model. There's some great free learning resources available at www.thesecretlifeofthings.com.
At 103 Octavio Orduno is almost certainly the oldest cyclist in Long Beach, California, and perhaps in the world. And he's got a great sense of humour.
What will you be doing at 103?
Join in the fun of the national Garage Sale Trail on 10 April 2011. Who knows what you might find!
Planet Ark have been a formidable force in sustainability since 1993, and they’re celebrating their 18th Birthday with some prizes – and a few surprises. G loves this short video they’ve put together for their birthday; a blast from the past, with many familiar faces looking much younger than they do today.
In under four short years the Australian-initiated campaign, Earth Hour, has become the largest campaign in history for the planet. It has grown from one city, one country to over 128 countries and territories in 2010, to reach over a billion people worldwide, becoming the largest voluntary action ever witnessed.