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Perplexed that no one was promoting Māori food, a New Zealand chef ventured to acquaint his people with their native flavors. Today, Charles Royal offers food tours and supplies sustainably foraged plants from the bush.
The tiny eight-legged creatures are so resilient, they can even survive in outer space - and that's not all. Tardigrades are simply tremendous.
Our planet is full of amazing animals, peculiar plants, funky fungi and odd natural phenomena. DW's environment desk often researches the weird and wonderful creatures on earth. This week, reporter Jennifer Collins introduces us to what scientists call "the shrimp from Mars."
Conserving biodiversity, protecting the climate and inspiring others to do the same. That's the goal of the environment projects we profile.
An online documentary about a journey deep into the Kazakh steppes to solve a deadly mystery and save an ancient and unique species from extinction.
Japanese snow monkeys enthrall many with their bathing antics in hot springs. But growing development in Japan is making encounters between humans and the macaques more frequent – with bad consequences for the monkeys.
We tend to associate corals with warm, tropical regions. But there are also species that live in cold, dark, deep waters. What happens to these creatures as climate change warms the ocean and makes the water more acidic?
On this week's eco@africa, we see how an initiative is tackling growing waste in Zanzibar, pulling giraffes back from the brink in western Africa and dealing with all the food you can't eat. All this and more!
The half-hour radio show and podcast Living Planet makes the environment matter to you.
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