Get the truth on power prices. Why are they really rising? Listen to Australian Conservation Foundation's Simon O'Connor (Economic Adviser) and Claire Maries (Climate Change Campaigner) as they answer your questions about electricity prices. What is affecting power prices? What impact would a price tag on pollution have? What can you do to cut your power bills at home?
‘Going local’ is a powerful strategy to repair our fractured world—our ecosystems, our societies and our selves. Far from the old institutions of power, people are starting to forge a very different future...
Why are these cruel dolphin deaths still happening in Taiji Japan?
Find out in this video, the truth will surprise you. To find out more, visit Save Japan Dolphins.
** Please note, some viewers may find scenes in this video disturbing or upsetting. **
Last year, this video of a Japanese man who invented a machine that turns plastic into oil got a viral boost on You Tube. The small, portable machine could help to dramatically reduce our CO2 emissions. For more information, visit: http://ourworld.unu.edu/en/plastic-to%20-oil-fantastic.
David Suzuki, iconic Canadian scientist, educator, broadcaster and activist delivers a 'last lecture' -- what he describes as "a distillation of my life and thoughts, my legacy, what I want to say before I die".
February 2 is internationally recognised as World Wetlands Day. The day recognises the importance of the Ramsar Convention on wetlands, signed in Ramsar, Iran in 1971.
Here's a sneak peak into the future of low emissions transport with the stylish MINI Scooter-E electric Concept – to be completed late 2011.
The Jan/Feb 2011 issue of G included a guide to electric scooters you can buy in Australia right now; view the article on G-Online here.
Greenpeace helped to inspire action in millions of supporters around the world in last year. Here’s a quick look at 99 of the best Greenpeace images from 2010.
In May 2011, cyclist Paul van Bellen will lead 30 Australian cycling thinkers over a 500km, 13 day tour in The Netherlands, the world's most cycle friendly country. Filmmakers Rowena Crowe and Paulo Alberton will follow and record van Bellen's tour as his team studies innovations and attitudes in cycling.