(From Guardian Unlimited)
An environmental internet TV channel which launches today has already scooped top spot on Apple's iTunes podcasting front page.
Green.tv, which is backed by the United Nations and more than 30 non-governmental organisations and public sector bodies, is the brainchild of Ade Thomas, a former director of BBC1's Sunday morning show Countryfile.
The station goes live on the UN's environment programme homepage today and is already available as a podcast via iTunes.
Thomas said it was the world's first broadband TV channel dedicated to environmental issues.
The channel's backers hope it will become a "one stop …