Wikipedia reports: Dr Damon Matthews of Concordia University Canada, the Climate Science and Sustainabilty Research Chair reports on how you can see the effects of Climate change in Canada in the last few years. Without [More]
This excellent short video is the first really truthful explanation of the size of countries on the earth. How we have been misinformed (lied to) throughout the centuries but most especially the 20th. To discover [More]
“#HYPERVSN holographic displays are really adding an extra element to the event. Very eye-catching, attention grabbing; everyone wants to know more about them. People want to touch them, and it’s just so fascinating about them”.
Saudi Aramco were presented with their Green World Champion trophy at the presentation ceremony hosted by last year’s Champions, PGT-Reclaimed, in the Park Hyatt Hotel, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, on September 30, 2019. THE [More]
PGT-Reclaimed, the original sustainable wooden furniture designer and manufacturer, that won 2018 Green World Grand Champion, was honoured to host the Green World Awards 2019 at Park Hyatt, Saigon, in its home country of Vietnam. [More]
Complete and slightly edited interview footage with Richard Manning in 2005, in preparation for the feature-length documentary What a Way to Go: Life at the End of Empire, from Timothy S. Bennett and Sally Erickson.
Portsmouth Music Hub has been recognised for its contribution to education at an awards ceremony in London.
Dr. Steffen has been monitoring the melting of the Greenlandic Ice Sheet for over 25 years through a series of remote unmanned data collection stations. His work is funded by NASA, the National Science Foundation [More]
Professionally produced for The Heartland Institute, this 20-minute video features interviews with leading climate scientists who spoke at the Third International Conference on Climate Change in Washington, DC. 10 years ago this was published denying [More]
From ABC, this report at the center of the most dangerous fire that humankind faces – the destruction of ‘the lungs of the earth’.
Global warming could do more than just melt polar ice. It could change our maps, and displace people from cities and tropical islands. National Geographic Published on 18 May 2007