This week we visit land that survived tin mining to become a biodiversity oasis, explore stove technology in Kenya, join kids learning about reforestation in Uganda and meet Germans who have decided to go vegan.
This week's show is as packed as ever, with our hosts Nneota Egbe and Edith Kimani bringing you a collection of exciting environmental stories from Africa and Europe.
From Nigeria, where we travel across land that has left its tin mining history behind to become an oasis of biodiversity, we go to Kenya to find out about efforts to improve cooking technology.
Staying in Africa, we go to Uganda where school children are being taught the importance of protecting forests and planting trees, and to Cape Verde to meet a man who is doing everything he can to protect sea turtles.
And in Germany, we explore the vegan trend that is attracting more and more people. Tune in to experience life without any animal products and more.