Why is so much of south-east England suffering from drought conditions?
The Iron Curtain was an accidental wildlife haven. Nature still thrives in the deathzone.
What impact is the trend for fake turf and artificial plants having on the environment?
How close is Britain to achieving a reliable, zero carbon power supply?
The Orkney Islands are pioneering a zero carbon approach to energy.
How environmental DNA is transforming what we know about our lakes, oceans and the past.
Plastic 'ghost gear' left in the sea by fishing causes problems. Lucy Siegle discovers why
How can we prevent a repeat of the devastating fires in the Amazon?
Verity Sharp wants to turn her small Wiltshire garden into a haven for wildlife.
What did insects ever do for us? Tom Heap meets the people trying to stop their decline.
As India votes, are environmental issues rising up the political agenda?
Is the future of the planet making you depressed? Verity Sharp meets the eco-anxious.
How is the planet's natural life holding up to pressure from humanity? Tom Heap reports.
Young people are taking on climate change. Tom Heap asks if they can change the future now
Could Britain feed itself? Tom Heap investigates the pros and cons of self-sufficiency.
Where does Brexit leave the UK countryside? Tom Heap hosts a debate.
The wolf has returned to every mainland European country. Tom Heap goes on their trail.
Domestic gas boilers have to go by 2050, but what's the alternative? Peter Gibbs reports.
Can fast fashion be forced to slow down? Lucy Siegle reports
Clean air - the fightback: Tom Heap investigates air pollution and children's health.
Tyres have an enormous impact on the environment. What can be done to make them better?
From the cattle shed to the racetrack. How ammonia cleaned up its act.
How can the UK's best-loved landscapes work better for people and wildlife?
Can we exploit the hot rocks beneath the earth's crust for power? Peter Gibbs reports.
Could art help us see, hear and feel the problems facing our planet? Tom Heap finds out.
Our sewerage system is grinding to a halt. The culprits are wet wipes.
Wetlands are disappearing three times faster than forests, but the damage can be reversed.
Endangered animals are paying the price for the spread of traditional Chinese medicine.
Tom Heap asks if going plastic-free risks harming the environment.
Lucy Siegle and Tom Heap ask which gender is worse for the environment and why it matters.