Tom Heap hears four visions for the future of the British countryside after Brexit.
The British Countryside after Brexit
Forests of the Orangutan
Some of the last refuges of the orangutan are under threat. Peter Hadfield reports.
Britain's nuclear power stations are being pushed to run well past their planned lifespan.
Putting the Fizz Back into Planet Earth
Can we find a use for all that pesky climate-changing carbon dioxide? Tom Heap reports.
Cruising: A Dirty Secret
Tom Heap investigates the link between cruise ships and poor air quality.
America's Energy Independence
What does the election of Donald Trump as president of the USA mean for the environment?
Tom Heap asks if we can stop the global wildfire epidemic.
Should we consider alternative ways to retire old oil and gas platforms?
Black Gold in Paradise
Oil exploration has begun in the most biodiverse place on earth. Tom Heap investigates.
Can putting carbon back into the soil help in the fight against climate change?
Delivering Clean Air
More delivery trucks means more air pollution in our cities. Tom Heap looks for an answer.
Heroines of the Rainforest
Two remarkable women have found a formula to save the last of the Indonesian rainforest.
Trump's Big Sell Off
Tom Heap examines the future for America's Wild West and its Mild East under Trump.
What happens in the world's most northerly town when the permafrost defrosts?
Can Brexit save the British fishing industry? Tom Heap investigates.
Reasons to Be Cheerful?
The Skoll World Forum aims to help entrepreneurs solve global problems. Tom Heap reports.
Sinking Solomon Islands
Five of the Solomon Islands have already been lost to the sea. How are the locals coping?
Insulation for the Nation
Tom Heaps asks if insulation and power-saving gadgets can cut carbon emissions from homes.
Made to Last?
How long do you expect your electronic gadgets and clothes to last? Time to fight back.
Peter Gibbs meets the Penguins of the Falkland Islands.
Mekong Delta Blues
Enormous new dams threaten life on one of south east Asia's most vital rivers.
Can Britain revive its forests and grow the wood we need for a greener economy?
James Wong on the World's Toughest Plants
How much is UK food security threatened by climate change? Botanist James Wong finds out.
Can beautiful places welcome mass tourism without environmental destruction?
Battery Powered Britain
New developments in battery technology are changing the way Britain is powered.
Fight the Power
How to become the world's most powerful environmentalist.
Guardians of the Environment?
Tom Heap asks if the Environment Agency is fit for purpose.
Dare to Share
Could the sharing economy save the planet? Tom Heap finds out.
The Future of Fashion
Lucy Siegle reports from La Scala, Milan to ask if fashion can ever really be 'green'.
Where Does Our Waste Go?
Where do the contents of our bins end up? Tom Heap lifts the lid on recycling.
Fish Farms of the Future
Tom Heap finds out if fish farming can really feed the planet without trashing our oceans.
How do you communicate carbon emissions to farmers?
America's Climate Resistance
Roger Harrabin travels to the USA to meet America's climate resistance.
Bonn Climate Talks: Where Next?
Tom Heap reports from the UN Climate Change Conference in Bonn.
Everything's Gone Green!
Why are environmental issues suddenly back in political fashion? Tom Heap investigates.
Defenders of the Reef
Meet the people fighting to save the natural wonder of the world, the Great Barrier Reef.
Coral versus Coal
Why has Australia failed to arrest the decline of the Great Barrier Reef?
A Greener Home For All
The UK needs 300,000 new homes a year, Tom Heap asks if building big can also be green.
Wood can do anything that oil can do. Could it be the backbone of a future economy?
Tom Heap asks how dangerous plastic microfibres from clothes are and explores solutions.
Dunes into Bunkers
Should we build golf courses on sensitive sand dunes? Peter Gibbs investigates.
Lindsey Chapman investigates how shifting seasons are affecting wildlife.
Scientists gain first access to thousands of uncharted species following years of war.
Why dismantle a dam that produces low-carbon electricity? Peter Gibbs investigates.
The penguins of the Antarctic rely on krill. What happens when we get a taste for it?
The Australian outback is under attack from a surprising enemy - the camel.
Britain's rabbits are in sharp decline. Tom Heap asks if we should be worried.
The permafrost is thawing, and the glaciers retreating. What will be left of the Alps?
The Future of the Countryside
Tom Heap leads a debate on the future of food production and the countryside.
Verity and the Bees
Verity Sharp wants to keep bees, but will her honeybees be a menace to other pollinators?
Ending the Plastic Age
Solving the plastic problem. Four experts join Tom Heap to offer fresh answers.
Fertility and the Environment
Jheni Osman asks what environmental factors may be affecting human and animal fertility.
Is it time to buy an electric car? Peter Gibbs takes the plunge.
Helen Czerski's Arctic Expedition
After six weeks at the North Pole, Helen Czerski has new insights into climate change.
Man vs Woman vs Planet
Lucy Siegle and Tom Heap ask which gender is worse for the environment and why it matters.
Tom Heap asks if going plastic-free risks harming the environment.
The Real Cost of Chinese Medicine
Endangered animals are paying the price for the spread of traditional Chinese medicine.
Wetlands are disappearing three times faster than forests, but the damage can be reversed.
March of the Wet Wipes
Our sewerage system is grinding to a halt. The culprits are wet wipes.
Art and the Environment
Could art help us see, hear and feel the problems facing our planet? Tom Heap finds out.
Heat from the Deep
Can we exploit the hot rocks beneath the earth's crust for power? Peter Gibbs reports.
The Future of Our National Parks
How can the UK's best-loved landscapes work better for people and wildlife?
Hit the Gas!
From the cattle shed to the racetrack. How ammonia cleaned up its act.
Tyres have an enormous impact on the environment. What can be done to make them better?
Clean Air for Kids
Clean air - the fightback: Tom Heap investigates air pollution and children's health.
Fast Fashion Slow Down
Can fast fashion be forced to slow down? Lucy Siegle reports
Dash from Gas
Domestic gas boilers have to go by 2050, but what's the alternative? Peter Gibbs reports.
The Wolf is Back!
The wolf has returned to every mainland European country. Tom Heap goes on their trail.
The Environment after Brexit
Where does Brexit leave the UK countryside? Tom Heap hosts a debate.
Could Britain Feed Itself?
Could Britain feed itself? Tom Heap investigates the pros and cons of self-sufficiency.
The Youth Are Revolting
Young people are taking on climate change. Tom Heap asks if they can change the future now
The State of Nature
How is the planet's natural life holding up to pressure from humanity? Tom Heap reports.
Is the future of the planet making you depressed? Verity Sharp meets the eco-anxious.
As India votes, are environmental issues rising up the political agenda?
What did insects ever do for us? Tom Heap meets the people trying to stop their decline.
Brett Westwood is surrounded by the clowns of the air on Skomer island
Alan Stennett with farming community news, issues and prices.
Beef to China and Saving a Farm for the Community
Lift on beef ban to China and the local campaign to buy a farm in the village of Solva.
24/06/19: Farmer survey on the environment, Water-saving pig troughs, Farmland birds
Charlotte Smith asks why one third of farmers aren't taking environmental action.
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