Biodiversity

  1. Brazil: The bridge to help rare monkeys cross the road

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    Video caption: Rare golden lion monkeys now have a bridge to travel safely over a Brazilian highway

    Rare golden lion monkeys now have a bridge to travel safely over a Brazilian highway.

  2. Embroidering Britain’s Lost Bees

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    Video caption: Loop meets an artist using embroidery to chart the decline of Britain’s bee population.

    Loop meets the Edinburgh-based artist who has been charting the decline of Britain’s bee population using embroidery.

  3. Endless Forms Most Beautiful

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    Video caption: Brian Cox asks how a lifeless cosmos can produce a planet of such varied biology.

    Professor Brian Cox asks how, from a lifeless cosmos ruled by the laws of physics and chemistry, it is possible that a planet can produce so much wonderful, varied biology.

  4. COP26: Bringing nature back to areas affected by deforestation

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    Video caption: More than 100 world leaders have promised to end and reverse deforestation by 2030

    More than 100 world leaders have promised to end and reverse deforestation by 2030, at COP26.

  5. Protect & Restore Nature

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    Video caption: Sir David Attenborough reveals inspiring solutions to help restore our natural world.

    Sir David Attenborough introduces us to inspiring people with solutions to help restore nature, and reveals the three finalists of the first ever Earthshot Prize for Nature.

  6. Highlands Rewilding

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    Video caption: Joe Crowley and Charlotte Smith visit a 100-acre rewilding site near Loch Ness.

    Joe Crowley and Charlotte Smith visit a 100-acre rewilding site near Loch Ness known as the Natural Capital Laboratory.

  7. Climate change: Why we need 'net zero' biodiversity loss

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    Video caption: Plant and animal life is disappearing at levels well below a ‘safe limit for humanity’

    A new assessment by scientists at London's Natural History Museum has found plant and animal life is disappearing at levels well below what it calls a ‘safe limit for humanity’.