The video is part of a series of interviews with philosophers, scientists, heads of state, academics, and UN officials on migration and climate change, curated and produced for the Hay Festival Maldives 2010.
Part of a series of interviews with philosophers, scientists, heads of state, academics, UNHCR on migration and climate change curated and produced for the Hay Festival Maldives 2010.
By 2050, million of climate refugees will be forced to leave their homes by droughts, extreme weather patterns and sea level rise. There is no international law designed to protect their needs. EJF talked to President Mohamed Nasheed of the Maldives and Premier Talagi of Niue about how climate change is affecting their countries.
Organic cotton t-shirts designed by Allegra Hicks, Jenny Packham, Richard Nicoll, Ciel, Giles Deacon, Allegra Hicks, Zandra Rhodes, John Rocha, Luella, Katharine Hamnett, Christian Lacroix, Betty Jackson for EJF.
A short film focussed on the environmental abuses associated with cotton production.
Farming the Sea, Costing the Earth: The impacts of irresponsible expansion of shrimp aquaculture activities over the past 25 years have been varied, and frequently interlinked, and are generally recognised by most stakeholders, including some from the industry itself.
Squandering the Seas: How shrimp trawling is threatening ecological integrity and food security around the world.
What's Your Poison: A report highlighting the shocking evidence of the link between pesticides and damage to human health in developing countries.
Risky Business: Vietnamese shrimp aquaculture - impacts & improvements.
EJF Vietnam Field Notes: Describes our trip to Vietnam to learn more about the Vietnamese shrimp farming industry, as part of our campaign for sustainable shrimp production.
Smash and Grab: Conflict, corruption and human rights abuses in the shrimp farming industry.