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.
Oil spills, intense heat waves, smoldering wildfires and thawing permafrost: Siberia is experiencing the destructive effects of climate change. And scientists say if action isn't taken soon, it's only going to get worse.
This week on Eco Africa we learn how to turn plastic trash into marble, follow a conservation group saving rhinos from becoming the target of poachers and meet an artist who uses his work to campaign for the oceans.
The next five years could see the world passing a key temperature marker for global heating, the UN says. And the side effects of the coronavirus pandemic are not likely to prevent it.
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