Überschwemmungen in Jakarta
Hosts Neil King and Gabriel Borrud are forced to improvise amid the COVID-19 crisis. As the world is turned upside down, they decide to explore whether the pandemic could be a catalyst for real and sustainable change.
Rukam's residents thought selling their land to a palm oil company would bring wealth, but the environment has suffered.
A Japanese scientist has found that a water beetle can survive being eaten by a frog. An evolutionary trick allows the insect to escape, so to say, out the back door.
German government employees flew more often in 2019 than in 2018, according to a new report. The bulk of travel was short-haul domestic trips from Berlin — a reveal that runs contrary to calls to curb carbon emissions.
This week, nature meets culture! We get creative with a Nigerian artist, discover scrap metal sculptures in Kenya, admire eco furniture in Europe, and dance to environmental rap in Ghana!
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