As the world struggles with deforestation, should we be creating urban forests instead? Plus, wolves are returning to Germany, but age-old fears over the predator still persist.
The world's oceans are full of weird and wonderful creatures. We splash down under the waves for a glimpse at some of the less charismatic species, we find out what's behind Europe's mysterious dolphin deaths, and we meet a tiny undersea sociopath who likes to smash things.
As world leaders debate how best to move forward with implementing the goals of the Paris Agreement, cities and civil society are wasting no time in taking action.
Fishy business in Vietnam and alternatives to chemical pesticides. Plus, can we save our bananas? How safe is Europe’s food? And in Berlin, nightingales sing for their supper - all on this week's Living Planet.
The sea turtles of Fiji's Mana Island, cold-water corals in a warming climate, and monkey business and more in Japan's hot springs.
Why scientists are worried about the collapse of Antarctica's ice shelf, how the Dutch have harnessed wind to power electric trains, and what green power means for refugees in the world's first solar-powered camp.
Oceans cover more than two-thirds of the planet. They are the lifeblood of the earth and crucial to our survival. But human activity is causing the health of our underwater worlds to deteriorate. Can we save our oceans before it's too late?
From hunting pythons in the Everglades to chewing on alligator meatballs, we get a taste for the wild.
Why Germany's cheap food prices may need a rethink, French farmers look to natural pesticides to boost dwindling wine production, and Norway steps up climate protection of its "doomsday" seed vault.
Uproar over new Polish law following tree "massacre," calls for fossil fuel lobbyists to be excluded from UN climate talks, and the last remaining male northern white rhino joins Tinder in a bid to find a suitable mate.
Trump climate threats can't hold up UN talks in Bonn, but can the Great Lakes survive his budget cuts? And, making cities fit for the future.
We talk about feathered friends flying in for Migratory Bird Day, the bees that buzz around downtown Toronto, and Greek guerilla gardeners greening up a dusty city.
As concerned citizens take part in the People's Climate March on April 29th – we take a look at some efforts to marching the world toward a green energy future. Plus, how did the toad cross the road?
From sourcing superfoods to combating food waste, we explore the weird and wonderful ways people are living green.
The fight to protect Romania's precious old-growth forests from logging, and how energy scarcity makes forest protection in Zambia put livelihoods at risk.
What Trump's executive order could mean for climate change policy, why fire-devastated communities in Chile are rethinking forests, plus meet the activists planting trees in the name of Trump.
From hunters to the hunted: Why the colored game may soon be over for trophy hunters, Czechs get a taste for radioactive boar, plus the French tradition that's sliding towards extinction.
Did human-made warming cause Peru's devastating flooding? Why alien eucalyptus trees have caused havoc in Cameroon, and is the weed killer glyphosate really safe for humans and the environment?
The politics of climate change and why we all need to be desperately optimistic about our future. Plus, a luxury snail spa that's all about slime.
Norway takes electric strides toward carbon neutrality, Kenya looks to micro-solar to meet its growing energy demands, and why climate change is a gender issue.
As consumers, most of the choices we make leave behind an ecological footprint. So what does it really mean to be green?
Belize has to choose between ecotourism and agriculture, Galapagos' biodiversity is under threat and Bali is caught between conservation and island development.
Even educated fleas do it - we learn the art of flirting in the animal kingdom. Plus, do cats fly? Apparently they do.
The world ticks closer to doomsday, China steps up on renewables & Morocco's mosques get a green makeover.
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