Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Please help the world - COP15 opening film

"Please Help the World", film from the opening ceremony of the United Nations Climate Change Conference 2009 (COP15) in Copenhagen from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark. Shown on December 7, 2009 at COP15.

Director: Mikkel Blaabjerg Poulsen, producers: Stefan Fjeldmark and Marie Peuliche, cinematographer: Dan Laustsen, production designer: Peter de Neergaard, editor: Morten Giese, composer: Davide Rossi, sound design: Carl Plesner, production company: Zentropa RamBuk, advisory consultants: Mogens Holbøll, Bysted A/S and Christian Søndergaard, Attention Film ApS.

YouTube - Cop15's Channel

Friday, November 6, 2009

Acid Test: The Global Challenge of Ocean Acidification

This groundbreaking NRDC documentary explores the startling phenomenon of ocean acidification, which may soon challenge marine life on a scale not seen for tens of millions of years. The film, featuring Sigourney Weaver, originally aired on Discovery Planet Green.

Monday, October 26, 2009 - In every corner of the globe... - On 24 October, we will stand together as one planet and call for a fair global climate treaty. United by a common call to action, we'll make it clear: the world needs an international plan that meets the latest science and gets us back to safety.

Join us, and organize or attend and event near you:

Watch the video in:





Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Help Elephants -

Population declines are becoming an issue for elephants across the world. Global warming, and humans are drastically changing the elephant's environment and ability to survive. Please consider donating anything, even the smallest donations help us keep the elephant species alive.

Change we can.

Thursday, August 6, 2009

Sir David Attenborough: The Truth About Climate Change

The legendary broadcaster and naturalist Sir David Attenborough was long unsure about the causes of the observed climate warming. In his documentary, The Truth About Climate Change, he sheds doubt and explains what convinced him.

Climate models based on purely natural processes such as solar activity and volcanic eruptions fail to explain the observed change in Earth's climate in the latter part of the 20th century. Models factoring in the human impact, that is, the increase of carbon dioxide in the athmosphere, depict the transpired warming accurately, however.

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

The Big Ask: Climate change, "ACT NOW!"

We need strong leadership on climate change. Too many politicians are happy to speak about the issue, but their promises have often turned out to be just a load more hot air. One exception is the United Kingdom, where a climate law has just been adopted, which will force the government to reduce greenhouse gas emissions every year.
We need your help to ensure that other governments follow this example.

On 10th August, more than 6,000 people took part in the recording of The Big Ask-video clip at Ostende on the Belgian coast. This was the largest event against climate change ever organised in Belgium. The film clip was made possible due to the engagement of volunteers from Friends of the Earth, and many film industry professionals including award winning director Nic Balthazar, film crews, production houses, actors, ... Music has been supplied by Hooverphonic.
The video clip has been launched, and now is the time to send it round the world, and to share it with everyone you know!

You can view the clip at After you've watched the clip, do something, ACT NOW! Send the clip to politicians in your own country, and send the clip to friends, family, and colleagues.

Friends of the Earth groups are running The Big Ask climate campaign in 17 European countries, so if you are in one of these countries, you can sign an online petition after you have watched the film.

Raise your voice, shout it on the train or in the middle of the street, stand on your desk at work: ACT THE F*CK NOW!!!

The time for talking is over, it's time for action!

Watch the film clip online at:
More info about the European Big Ask campaign at:

Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Earth Hour 2009

This video shows the Earth Hour 2009 around the World.
1. Sidney, Australia
2. Taipei, Taiwan
3. Beijing, China
4. Hong Kong, China
5. Kuala Lampur, Malaysia
6. Dubai, United Arab Emirates
7. Giza, Egypt
8. Athens, Greece
9. Vatican City, Italy
10. Paris, France
11. London, United Kingdom
12. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
13. New York, United States
14. San Francisco, United States

Thanks to several videos about the Earth Hour 2009 in YouTube!!!
Music: Favela Escape

Earth Hour Climate Change Awareness

Earth Hour Climate Change Awareness

NWF Global Warming in Greenland

Community leaders are shocked to see how quickly global warming was impacting Greenland. Seeing melting ice fjords in person was a life-changing experience. National Wildlife Federation organized this special trip to inspire Americans who will then go back to their home communities and make a difference. All travel impacts were offset through CarbonFund. Learn more at

NWF Global Warming in Greenland DAY 1

NWF Global Warming in Greenland DAY 2

NWF Global Warming in Greenland DAY 3

NWF Global Warming in Greenland DAY 4