New thinking on the environment
How do we stop climate change destroying historic landmarks or is it time to say goodbye?
What can creative writing add to the conversation about climate change?
Is climate change really causing people to flee their homes?
Bitcoin, investment bonds and how to make finance greener.
How will Climate Change impact the ocean and our relationship with it?
Is global warming increasingly to blame for conflict and disputes over land and resources?
The future of work in a post-Covid-19 world and the implications for our environment.
From ice photos by Wayne Binitie to 140 ideas from artists collated by Hans Ulrich Obrist
From paintings to the gardens of Kew, how a new plant collecting history is being written.
Malcolm Gladwell, Satyajit Ray's film Jalsaghar and Jessie Greengrass. Rana Mitter hosts.
Matthew Sweet talks to Joanna Bourke and Anna Tsing about the human and the non human.
Who are the best writers past and present who give us an insight into the natural world?
Hetta Howes, Amy Butt and Caroline Edwards ask if science fiction is the new realism.
Bush fires in novelist Richard Flanagan's new book, and Anne McElvoy looks at veganism.
Are cows the answer to depleted soil or the problem? With farmer and author James Rebanks.
From medieval science to the ingenuity of Arctic peoples and the resilience of island life
Rana Mitter hosts a debate at Hay Festival about the rise of the environmental movement.
From Gilbert White to lockdown blogs - why we need to spend more time in nature.
Rana Mitter looks at the ideologies surrounding climate disaster.
Elizabeth-Jane Burnett, Jules Pretty, Andrew Scott, Philip Coupland, Matthew Kelly
Shahidha Bari looks at computing for cats, de-extinction and an animal symphony.
Global Dams, ancient Rome and the Tiber: rivers, power and scarcity.
With a review of the 2016 Artes Mundi show, actress Harriet Walter and author Amitav Ghosh
Rana Mitter chairs a debate about new ideas and lessons of the past.