On a quiet Tuesday morning in August, as Shell's Goliath-like London headquarters was waking up and getting ready for another day of climate heisting and destructive oil drilling, the building and the workers in it were startled by a strange yet haunting sound, more familiar to the Scottish highlands than downtown London.
Holly Dove - 24 August, 2015 - 16:10 - Comments
Bees are amazing little creatures, they have been around for more than 30 million years, their wings beat 190 times a second and they communicate by smells and performing special dances.
Angela Glienicke - 22 August, 2015 - 09:45 - Comments
Something amazing is happening in Monterey Bay, California. The bay is a marine sanctuary, on the edge of the Pacific Ocean, halfway between San Francisco and Los Angeles. The bay is home to an amazing array of wildlife: everything from cute, cuddly sea otters to prehistoric pelicans, from massive kelp forests to gigantic blue whales. But the big news is that BBC is kindly bringing all of this right into your living room with a massive live TV event called Big Blue Live.
Willie - 21 August, 2015 - 14:42 - Comments
Greenpeace think that energy policy the world over should be localised and democratised. Not only is it more efficient to generate power near where it’s going to be used, but giving communities some control over their power supply has numerous other advantages, many of which are being smugly illustrated on a daily basis by Germany. And we’re not alone on...
Graham Thompson - 13 August, 2015 - 11:58 - Comments
Greenpeace India digital campaigner Navdha Malhotra reflects on what Independence day means to her this year. She has spent the last 14 months fighting a government crackdown directed at environmental and human rights organisations.
Navdha Malhotra - 12 August, 2015 - 15:35 - Comments