Archive for 'video'

Working for a sustainable London 2012: in video »

In a short film, the Commission for a Sustainable London 2012 gives its view of how London 2012 worked for sustainability, asks whether London 2012 is the most sustainable Games ever, and considers how the model can benefit other events.

Climate change round-up: urban adaptation, visual and oral communication, public concern, uncertainty and scepticism »

The SDRN highlights recent reports, video and debate on climate change: urban adaptation in Europe, visualising and communicating climate change, declining public concern, uncertainty and scepticism.

Video reflections on Sustainable Energy for All »

To accompany our introductory article on the Sustainable Energy for All initiative, members of the High-Level Group and Technical Group offer reflections on the initiative's aims and approach.

Seeking London Leaders for 2012 »

The London Sustainable Development Commission is inviting applications for the 2012 London Leaders programme, aiming to recruit 15 London Leaders to deliver projects that demonstrate sustainability in action.

World Water Day 2012: Water and food security »

On 22 March United Nations World Water Day 2012 focuses on water and food security, aiming to raise awareness of the link between water and the food we eat through video, events, resources and a new interactive game for children.

Fintry embraces renewable energy for a more sustainable future »

A new short documentary film shows how communities can benefit from investing in renewable energy, following the example of Fintry, the first UK village to enter a joint-venture agreement with a wind farm developer.

Kew Views: plants and climate change »

Kew Views - a new series of films from The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, launched in Climate Week - focus on Kew’s scientific work behind issues of significant public concern such as climate change, biodiversity loss and food security.

Measuring and addressing gender inequality »

On International Women’s Day, the United Nations Development Programme highlights the findings of the Gender Inequality Index, while UN Women aims to accelerate the realisation of women's rights and equality.

2010 Human Development Report: The Real Wealth of Nations »

The UN Development Programme's latest Human Development Report looks back at progress in recent decades, highlighting both widespread improvements and increasing inequality and unsustainability.

Putting sustainable fish on the menu »

A new film from the Marine Stewardship Council looks at the benefits of MSC certification of sustainably sourced fish and its importance for the catering and fishing industries, and global fish populations.