Everything about our planet... and the creatures living on it.
From going vegan to flying less... what individually can we do to tackle climate change?
Kayaker describes being slapped in the face with octopus thrown by a seal.
From Belgium to Swindon in under eight hours, the journey of an alloy wheel.
Are we behind the curve - or is it right to be illegal? Nicky Campbell hears your views.
Deliciously Ella on how eating vegetables can benefit the environment.
Luke Turner was on his honeymoon when the earthquake struck the island.
Simon and Clare explore why the jet stream is so important to our weather.
Dashcam footage shows a shocking amount of rubbish dumped by a road near Merthyr Tydfil.
Residents evacuated after a large iceberg was grounded near a Greenland village.
Tony Wheeler and his wife Maureen co-founded Lonely Planet in 1973.
Tally, Vic and Zanna are back talking the benefits of a plant focused diet.
Plastic bottles and packaging cover the beach of a remote Caribbean island
Pangolins are the world's most trafficked mammal but most Brits can't identify one.
She was found under a concrete slab by a bomb disposal team.
A scheme in Leeds is saving old paint from landfill by recycling it to make new colours.
Deb Huby from Cumbria says they have to walk through shoulder high drifts to go anywhere.
Rossall Beach Community Group meet each month to clear the rubbish that washes ashore.
The giant build-up was captured by underwater photographer Caroline Power.
An Army veteran, suffering from PTSD, says Forest Bathing is helping him sleep.
18-year-old bird enthusiast Georgia explains why millions of starlings "murmurate".
William has been reunited with his camera that was swept out to sea at Thornwick Bay.
Amateur astronomer Scott Tilley explains he spotted the lost craft from his living room.
The former JLS star is "baffled" more young people don't know where their food comes from
Astronauts on International Space Station enjoy first bite of lettuce cultivated in orbit
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