The gorgeous + green musician Natalie Imbruglia got up close and personal about water conservation recently when she invited ecological detergent brand Ecover into her English home. In the short film Natalie talks about the benefits of Ecover products
If you're involved in the deploying locally-available renewable energy in the developing world with the aim of combatting climate change and reducing poverty, then being a finalist for the Ashden Awards for Sustainable Energy is a
Want to learn more about why conserving water is so important? If you're in London this weekend you can pop into the British Museum on Saturday for a free friends and family screening of a new film by Ecover.
To mark World Water Day on Sunday 22nd March this slideshow shows images of the amazing journey I took in February with WaterAid and Ecover, to see the progress of their projects in the northern Hintalo Wajerat region of Ethiopia.
The UN Environment Program (UNEP) is giving new meaning to loving trees and hugging trees in their Trees4Love campaign in Kenya. Over 5,000 trees are planned to take root in the Karura Forest in Kenya to fight climate change,
TreeHugger's founder Graham Hill turns 38 tomorrow turned 38 earlier this month. Instead of any gifts, he is asking his friends and family (and now you!) to give a tax deductible donation to Charity:Water in his name. It's a fantastic organization that
We are, all of us, surrounded by a cloud of new technologies, from GPS to Google Earth to streaming video. We also have known since Mathew Brady and the birth of photojournalism, the power of the photograph to move and inform.
We're now into Day 2 of the three-day Clinton Global Initiative's three-day annual meeting; today's opening plenary, moderated by NBC News' Tom Brokaw, featured Tony Blair, former Prime Minister of the U.K.; Dr. Gro Harlem Brundtland, former Prime
Recent and compelling evidence for the birthplace of American hurricanes has been reported in Nature News. Professor Colin Price, a lecturer on global warming and an expert on atmospheric science who we reported on here, has just published evidence
At Sundance, charity: water raised $23,200, "Enough for 6 wells in Ethiopia, or 15 wells in Liberia." Today they're bringing on an e-greeting donation challenge:
We're offering $20 charity: water Valentine's Day cards until 7 p.m eastern time. You've
We do prattle on about the virtues of bamboo (renewable, fast growing, minimal synthetic agri-chemicals, soft hand, biodegradable and so on), as well as the development of fair trade (decent wages and conditions for workers). Well, here appears to be a