Browse through these pages for a selection of radio programmes and events in which the BBC World Service assesses a year of climate change campaigns, summits and reports.
We ask what has changed, what will change and how people's lives are being affected as a result.
Delegates from nearly 190 countries met for two weeks in Bali, Indonesia.
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Follow the BBC's voyage through Bangladesh, looking at how a heating planet is changing people's lives.
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Sue Broom reports from a drought prone area where innovative projects are helping the farmers to adapt and hold onto their incomes. First broadcast: 15 November 2007; Dur. 27 min
Claudia Hammond journeys the rivers of the Ganges and Bramaputra Delta in Bangladesh to look at the state of the country's health. First broadcast: 26 Nov 2007; Dur. 26 min
Politics & Business
Governments may be loud in their commitment to fighting climate change, but do some of their initiatives stand up? We investigate one of them in the UK. First broadcast: 30 Nov 2007; Dur. 17 min
Solutions & Energy
Philip Dodd investigates how we are making the cities of the future more sustainable, and talks to the architects, designers and engineers working on it. First broadcast: 16 Nov 2007; Dur. 26 min
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A global BBC poll suggests that people are prepared to make tough lifestyle changes to combat global warming.
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