Have you ever wondered just how much is going on right beneath our feet. There's a whole world down there...
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.
The pandemic has focused fresh attention on local supply chains, as well as the dangers of mass meat production. But without small-scale abattoirs, environmentally friendly farming could be at risk.
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.
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