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Nicky Campbell presents a special pre-recorded edition of The Big Questions from Ashton Park School in Bristol, focusing on the environment and asking: Has man's dominion been good for the planet?

Amongst those taking part are: environmentalist Tony Juniper; Will Travers from the Born Free Foundation; Martin Palmer from Alliance of Religions and Conservation; Richard D North, author of Life on a Modern Planet; Fiona Harvey from The Guardian; Mark Lynas, author of The God Species; imam and broadcaster Ajmal Masroor; evolutionary psychologist Diana Fleischman; Rev Philip Foster, author of While the Earth Endures; Ruth Jarman from Operation Noah; Vinod Kapashi, a Jain who sits on the World Congress of Faiths; Matthew Sinclair, author of Let them Eat Carbon; and Simon Bryden-Brook from Catholic Voices for Reform.

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1 hour

Last on

Sun 2 Jun 2013 10:00

The Big Questions featured in this episode

Has man's dominion been good for the planet?

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Credits

Role Contributor
PresenterNicky Campbell
EditorJill Robinson
DirectorRob Hopkin
ParticipantTony Juniper
ParticipantWill Travers
ParticipantMartin Palmer
ParticipantRichard D North
ParticipantFiona Harvey
ParticipantMark Lynas
ParticipantAjmal Masroor
ParticipantDiana Fleischman
ParticipantPhilip Foster
ParticipantRuth Jarman
ParticipantVinod Kapashi
ParticipantMatthew Sinclair
ParticipantMatthew Bryden-Brook

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