Climate change in all BBC programmes
A panel of climate experts debates how we will have to adapt in the face of climate change
Could art help us see, hear and feel the problems facing our planet? Tom Heap finds out.
Are the food aid policies of many UK-based aid agencies actually making the problem worse?
With Antarctic sea ice growing, Tom Heap asks what is happening to the climate.
Should our farmland be used to grow fuel for our cars? Tom Heap reports.
Professor Alice Roberts asks if archaeology can help us understand climate change.
The permafrost is thawing, and the glaciers retreating. What will be left of the Alps?
Can fast fashion be forced to slow down? Lucy Siegle reports
After six weeks at the North Pole, Helen Czerski has new insights into climate change.
How much is UK food security threatened by climate change? Botanist James Wong finds out.
Lindsey Chapman investigates how shifting seasons are affecting wildlife.
Five of the Solomon Islands have already been lost to the sea. How are the locals coping?
Where will our food come from in the future? Tom Heap chairs the debate.
The warmer climate is extending the growing season, Peter Gibbs asks if this is good news.
Tom Feilden reports on a project offering first-hand experience of climate change.
How is the planet's natural life holding up to pressure from humanity? Tom Heap reports.
Investigating the harmful effects of the over-use of air conditioning and chiller cabinets
What happens in the world's most northerly town when the permafrost defrosts?