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.
Having escaped Australia's devasting fires at the turn of this year, old-growth forest in New South Wales is now under threat from loggers. But the cultural custodians of the land are fighting back.
The South Pole has been getting warmer at more than three times the normal global rate, according to a new study. Research shows the changes are linked to natural weather variations as well as human behavior.
When faced with a crisis, coming together is the one vehicle of change humans have when it comes to fighting for their future, says social psychologist Stephen Reicher.
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