Video Reports

Coal Mining Threatens World’s Greatest Rhino Sanctuary

white rhino and her calf

The surface of a pool near the Imfolozi river ripples as a white rhino, its young calf close by, lowers its mouth to drink. Rhinos have roamed the Earth in such a way for 40 million years. Humans, by comparison, are new kids on the block. Yet it is modern man that threatens to drive these stately creatures to extinction…. [More]

An Undiscovered Mountain Reveals Its Secrets

Mount Mabu: Land of Lost and Found
Mt Mabu is home to the largest rainforest in southern Africa, and hidden in the forest are plants and animals completely unknown to science. 37 new species of plants and animals have now been found. The Darwin Initiative team, led by Dr. Julian Bayliss in partnership with the Mozambique’s Department of Agricultural Research, returned to Mt Mabu for their last research trip. Alliance Earth joined the expedition.

Science In The Sand: Gobabeb Training And Research Center

Gobabeb Training and Research Center-Science In The Sand-
The Desert Research Foundation of Namibia lies at the foot of the vast dunes of the Namib Desert. The station has been collaborating with Namibia’s Ministry of Environment and Tourism for over 50 years collecting data about carbon levels and temperature increases that provide vital data for scientists and climate experts world wide on our climate.

A Humble Tree- Saving Stove

A Humble Tree- Saving Stove
In Malawi, villagers, NGOs and Carbon Trading businesses have revolutionized how people manage their dwindling forest resources by using a new technology in an ancient way. The Mbaula Chititezo Stove (which means saving the environment) reduces household wood consumption by up to seventy percent, allowing forests to regenerate and helping households limit their exposure to dangerous smoke. Supported by the German GIZ and Hestien Innovations. Contact Them: hestian.com