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One morning while reading a newspaper, Brazilian composer Jarbas Agnelli saw a photograph of birds on an electric wire. He cut out the photo and was inspired to make a song using the exact location of the birds as musical notes. He was curious to hear what melody the birds created, and the result was hauntingly beautiful.
This video shares ideas for all apartments that want to be greener, such as making green changes without the approval of all of the apartment's residents if there's a less than two-year payback period.
The short story of how Malcolm Rands, the founder of ecostore, went from organic gardener and hippy to build the pioneering global brand ecostore.
The story and illustrations are by Ahi Rands, Malcolm's daughter, originally shared in a tiny book as a Father's Day gift a few years ago.
The Fossil Free movement is growing bigger by the day. Watch this video to see how University students around the world have rallied together to create lasting change.
For more info and access to Australian-based support for divesting, check out: www.gofossilfree.org/australia/
LEGO signed a new long-term contact with Shell in 2011, but Greenpeace has just come out with a new campaign, releasing the very emotive video shown above.
After meeting with Al Gore yesterday, Clive Palmer unexpectedly backed a new Emissions Trading Scheme.
President Barack Obama has just announced a huge plan to protect fragile marine life in the Pacific Ocean. Planning starts immediately; it's thought that more than 780,000 square miles could be set aside – including some areas of Hawaii, where President Obama grew up.
Join the Climate Reality Project and stand up for reality: www.climaterealityproject.org
Former Vice President Al Gore explores successful social movements from civil rights to the Berlin Wall, from Vietnam to the Arab Spring, in which committed citizens have come together against all odds and turned the tide of history.
Get the tissues ready, this one's a real tear-jerker.
On May 6, 2014, Beagle Freedom Project (www.beaglefreedomproject.org) in the US rescued nine beagles from a laboratory in Nevada. Until this day, these beagles had never known a kind touch, been loved or felt safe. Their lives are about to change forever...
This is the third animation in the award winning series, The Secret Life of Things. It tells the stories of everyday objects, and how they can inadvertently be misused and neglected, as well as shining a light on ways in which we can all help to reduce the environmental impacts of consumer choices.