Seven interviews have been lined up for the five minute programmes, including one to one's with Stephen Tindale, executive director of Greenpeace, David de Rothschild, eco explorer and founder of Adventure Ecology and actress Sian Phillips.
Ade Thomas, managing director of Green.tv, said: 'When we launched green.tv in March Sky contacted us and said they'd like to support the channel. Together we've produced a series of hard-hitting interviews bringing environmental issues to a global broadband TV audience.'
Casting, production and editing were provided for free by BSkyB's corporate responsibility and communications teams.
Interviews are available for streaming or as a podcast from Green.tv's broadband channel, which is backed by the United Nations Environment Programme, at http://www.green.tv.
Earlier this year Sky became the first media company to become carbon neutral in the UK.