Green TV featured videos
Green TV’s films cover key topics ranging from climate change and renewable energy to wildlife and sustainability.
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GREEN.TV curates and hosts the world's largest collection of environmental videos.
Our films cover key topics ranging from climate change and renewable energy to wildlife and sustainability. All our films are available on the TES website including short documentaries, inspirational campaigns, overseas development updates and weekly news round-ups.
Here are a few of our favourite videos on GREEN.TV:
A specially-commissioned animation featuring the voice of Stephen Merchant explaining, in simple terms, the state of our natural world, and our impacts on it.
In Africa, millions will suffer from climate change impacts on agriculture, water availability, ecosystem services and biodiversity. It's urgent for countries in the region to take action to reduce vulnerability and enhance local communities' capacity to adapt.
It took 50,000 litres to make your laptop. Three square feet of rainforest was destroyed in the process. Ecosystems disappeared. Think about recycled materials. Think about the planet.
One of four scenarios exploring what the world will be like for the fashion industry in 2025. A world of political collaboration and global trade. 'Slow fashion' is in vogue, and high street brands compete on sustainability credentials. People own fewer, but higher quality clothes.
Sri Lanka's national parks are home to some of the planet's most endangered wildlife and plants. But they're under constant threat from logging and agriculture. The key to their survival is carefully managed tourism.
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- (YEP!) is building young people's vocational skills, and inspiring them to become dedicated energy-savers through training and practical experience of energy management.
- Take a deep breath and imagine the oceans... Short Greenpeace documentary outlining the threats to our oceans and what can be done to restore their health.
- Part 2 of the Greenpeace documentary outlining the threats to our oceans and what can be done to restore their health.
- In Africa, millions will suffer from climate change impacts on agriculture, water availability, ecosystem services and biodiversity.
- In South East India an ingenious use of old motorbike tyres is helping the local economy. An artificial reef is created to form a new fishing ground and a new dive spot in the future.
- People have been living in the Outer Hebrides for about 8,000 years. Many people on these islands were fishermen but over-fishing has forced them to find new ways to make a living.
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