Category Archives: Films Movies TV

Pimp my Eco-pad

Not only is Marcus Brigstocke a very funny and talented comedian, he’s also a climate comedian.  No laughs at the expense of the environmentalist but in support of them. It must be very hard to write material that will make … Continue reading

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Sharks: Dangerous or Endangered?

Sharkwater is a documentary available on DVD which highlights the plight of the shark. It’s a beautiful but disturbing account of our theft of the oceans and it exposes, amongst other related issues, the very cruel and inhumane practise of … Continue reading

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Are we the human race a bunch of Nazis or just lazy?

Indonesian and Malaysian forests are being destroyed largely to accommodate the spread of palm oil plantations. Palm oil is found within 1 in 10 food and cosmetic products within your supermarkets and local shops. Flip the pack over and read … Continue reading

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The Coffee House … happy new year all for 2008!

The environment was the no.1 issue for 2007. The Australian government was toppled, Bush’s Bali goons were booed & isolated, the IPCC stopped using ‘ifs’ and ‘buts’ when talking the science of climate change and Gore got his gong. Oh … Continue reading

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60,000 hits!

Dedicated to the plight and conservation of the orangutan; see here for details. Please note; this site has moved to http://www.environmentdebate.co.uk :)

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CNN’s environmental documentary, Planet in Peril.

A note from CNN to The Coffee House; ‘Our first four-hour documentary to be shot in HD, Planet in Peril covers all the four main environmental issues affecting our planet: *global warming *overpopulation *deforestation *species decline Planet in Peril will … Continue reading

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45,000

Will gadgets save the world? Bollocks! Although me thinks I might buy the customized version above. ;) In the week that Gore got Nobel, The Coffee House reached 45,000 hits. Where’s our PRIZE!! The world just ain’t fair but then, … Continue reading

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Ex Blair secretary centre of climate change scepticism.

image: Durward, the businessman who financied the Gore film challenge. Mark Adams, a former private secretary to Tony Blair, helped set up the Scientific Alliance, a not-for-profit body comprising scientists and non-scientists, which aims to challenge many of the claims … Continue reading

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Can We Save Planet Earth? – watch on Google video.

Climate change is the biggest challenge facing the world, naturalist Sir David Attenborough has said. You can now watch his programme on just how we might change our behaviour as societies and individuals for the better of the planet and … Continue reading

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Are we changing planet earth? – watch on Google video.

Climate change is the biggest challenge facing the world, naturalist Sir David Attenborough has said. You can now watch his programme on the internet.

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