Architect Eike Roswag-Klinge uses mud as a building material all over the world. It's natural to say the least, but could it be used for environmentally-friendly building across Europe?
Beavers were almost completely wiped out of Germany by the early 20th century. Now, they've made a comeback. But their busy construction work is causing tensions with human neighbors.
An airport for migratory birds is being created close to one of China's most populous cities. It's not as weird as it sounds.
Nigerian architect and artist Demas Nwoko has built a house in keeping with old African construction traditions. His low-energy home stays cool in the heat, warm in the cold and harvests rainwater.
African masks have a history almost as long as the continent to which they belong, but an artist in Ghana has given them a whole new twist by making them out of waste. Meet the inimitable Ed Franklin Gavua.
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Meet a man who's doing his bit for the environment by digging holes in urban India. It might sound unlikely, but it's helping to prevent both flooding and drought. Welcome to the world of the recharge well.
On this week's Living Planet: From sourcing superfoods to combating food waste, we explore the weird and wonderful ways people are living green.
We report on blast fishing in Tanzania, recycling in Nigeria and Kenya, and an island sanctuary in Uganda giving orphaned chimps a second chance. Plus, Benin’s secret to sustainable animal husbandry.
Overfishing has depleted fish stocks off the Kenyan coast. Now to keep the ecosystem in balance, a nature conservancy -employs 32 controllers to monitor fish stocks and supervise fishing methods.
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Life mimics art as Schwarzenegger's species takes all the purity and strength while DeVito's gets the dregs. DNA anaylsis reveals two twin plants are more closely related to other species than to each other.
Environment Secretary Regina Lopez continues her crackdown on mining in Philippines, having previously ordered the closure of more than half the country's open-pit mining projects.
Marching protesters, marching crabs, plastic eating moths and fake clouds. Join us as we take a look through the lens at some green events from around the world over the past week.
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