We look at the rise of the Green Party during the European elections. So is it the economic crisis, frustration with mainstream parties or a growing climate consciousness that has lead to this unexpected wave of support?
In The Week in France: The French photographer Yann Arthus-Bertrand has released his film "Home", a cry for help to save the planet. Also, ecology parties' results in the European elections and the D-Day commemorations.
Political parties campaigning in Europe's parliamentary elections are exploiting new Internet tools -- from Facebook to Twitter -- in order to raise interest in the poll. Also in this edition, the launch of "Home" the new eco-blockbuster.
French photographer Yann Arthus-Bertrand's film "Home" in being simultaneously launched in 123 countries on World Environmental Day. Depicting the effect of human activity on the environment, the multi-venue movie will be free to watch.
Today, it's possible to design clean fashion with ethical objectives. FRANCE 24 meets new designers promoting sustainable glamour, including a young jeweller who uses ethically-extracted gold from northwestern Colombia.
180 nations are meeting in Bonn to discuss the first draft of a new global warming treaty. The draft includes several conflicting proposals to reduce carbon emissions, pointing to tough negotiations ahead.