Climate Changers

Saving urban lungs

The felling of a 600-year-old tree led to the formation of a unique movement against illegal pruning in Cuba. A website is now the backbone in a struggle to save the lungs of Havana.

Go to Havana

Reforesting the sea

University students in the Philippines resuscitate mangroves from a disastrous oil-spill on the shores of the Visayas sea.

Go to the Phiippines

No biking, no music

The world's first carbon neutral music festival was held in Denmark. Nearly 16 special bikes generated the power for the DJ stage and the loudspeakers.

Go to Denmark

Hot dog woman travels to save the climate

From the world's most travelled hot dog stand, Fanny Posselt serves Danish hot
dogs around the globe. By giving away free fast food, she wants to inspire
strangers to make a positive difference to the environment. She hopes her next customer might be the US president Barack Obama. 
Visit Fanny's hot dog stand

This website with stories about people taking action on climate change was produced by journalists
 enrolled in the 2009 Erasmus Mundus Masters programme on Media and Globalisation.                    

2009 Erasmus Mundus Masters - Journalism and Media within Globalisation. Learn more at