Senegal and Germany are thousands of miles apart, but that didn't stop Carim Camara from travelling to the Spreewald biosphere reserve south of Berlin to talk about successful conservation models that involve tourists.
On this week’s show we find out why gorillas are making a comeback and how earthworm technology can be the key to great farm produce. Plus, Germany’s forest kindergartens and a floating solar farm.
If you're looking for a DIY way to avoid any lunchtime packaging waste, here's an idea for you. All you need is an old plastic bag, an old t-shirt or such like, and a few minutes at a sewing machine. Easy.
A large section of Berlin’s U1 metro line runs on a viaduct high above street level. The Radbahn-team wants to use the space below for an innovative bike road.
Even the best planned journeys can follow an unexpected course. A wrong turn spelled the start of an adventure that brought Malawi a simple cookstove capable of saving lives. And trees.
Humankind is destroying the planet’s forests, with devastating impacts on plants, animals, people and the climate. We present the key facts and figures – and invite you to share your thoughts.
Nawal Fahkry is passionate about sustainability. She turns the stuff people throw away – from tin cans to egg boxes – into things of beauty. Now, she has even built a community center from waste.
A reservoir not far from London has been fitted with 23,000 photovoltaic panels to make it the world’s largest floating solar farm. The site generates enough power to run the local water treatment plants for decades.
A war is raging in Africa's national parks. At the center of the the conflict are animal parts worth big money, poachers without prospects, rangers protecting wildlife and a booming business in Asia.
In India, owls are sacrificed in rituals intended to bring good fortune - and in some cases, to send bad luck to rivals. Although owls are protected by law, the black market is flourishing - as two reporters found out.
For many endangered species, the race is on control illegal trade before they go extinct. Two high-profile topics being discussed in Johannesburg involve changing the level of protection for African megafauna.
The World Health Organization has released a new report showing that nearly everywhere people live, the air is polluted beyond safe levels. Polluted air doesn't just smell bad - it's unhealthy, even life-threatening.
Over the course of two weeks, the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) will be struggling with a big question: How can aviation's CO2 emissions be reduced - even as air travel continues to grow worldwide?
The half-hour radio show and podcast Living Planet makes the environment matter to you.
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