An inconvenient sequel: truth to power è il nuovo documentario di Al Gore dopo Una scomoda verità. Il trailer ufficiale è finalmente disponibile.
Virunga, the documentary presented at Tribeca Film Festival
The documentary that tells the life in the Congolese park of Virunga has been presented at Tribeca Film Festival 2014.
The documentary Virunga by Orlando von Einsiedel tells the story of a group of people who risk their lives every day in order to build a better future in an area of the African continent often forgotten, and to save one of the world’s most important natural habitats. A movie that shows the hard reality within the Virunga National Park, in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), where the last mountain gorillas live in the wild.
The park Director Emmanuel de Mérode, who was recently injured in an ambush, says in the documentary: “Any oil-related activities are illegal and contribute to make the region more unstable”. In fact, there’s an ongoing fight between environmentalists and the British company Soco International on the one side and DRC government on the other side, which would like to open the park to oil explorations.
The documentary has been presented at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York, ending on 27 April.
A true mix between hip hop and science: this is the “Rap guide to climate chaos”. A musical explaining the risks of climate change also performed at Cop 21.
Thom Yorke in his letter to Father Christmas asks him not to give presents to oil company executives and the politicians whose influence they buy.
This year, Earth Day calls for us to restore damaged ecosystems, a challenge embraced by the UN through the Decade on Ecosystem Restoration.
In 2017 the world’s largest iceberg, known as A68, detached from the Larsen C ice shelf and began drifting along the ocean. Today, it has almost entirely melted away.
“The value of water is not its price”. We speak to Pedro Arrojo-Agudo, the new United Nations Special Rapporteur on the human rights to safe drinking water and sanitation.
A Kenyan company has developed a new technology, seed balls, to stop the devastation wrought by climate change and soil erosion on indigenous communities.
The immense rare earth and uranium mine on Mount Kuannersuit won’t go ahead. This is the promise that helped the Inuit community win Greenland’s elections.
Massive Attack’s 3D accompanies a dark satire on the world’s addiction to fossil fuels to music and presents it at COP21 in Paris.