Clean air and water, a healthy ecosystem - we all have a natural right to access these resources. But for many, it's a distant dream. Is that fair? How can we ensure environmental justice is served to those who most need it?
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Our ecosystem hangs in a fragile balance. When a species is gone, or the climate has changed, or a landscape is destroyed it will always have consequences for all of us.
Humans have long been driven by a desire to explore the planet and visit faraway places. But with tourism's toll on the environment now calling our globetrotting habits into question, some say it's time for change.
Known for starting the Fridays for Future climate movement, Gerta Thunberg wants to see changes to food production and consumption in a bid to combat a trio of threats facing the world.
The Marmara Sea has been swamped by a thick, slimy blanket of sludge which thrives on pollution and warm temperatures. Marine life and aquatic industries around the world are facing similar organic threats.
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