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Zero Carbon Britain
Can Britain achieve its environmental commitments for 2050?
Silencing with Noise
How is the rising tide of man-made noise affecting our wildlife and what can be done?
How can the way we manage the environment help prevent flooding? Caz Graham investigates.
Is this something I should be doing?
Carbon offsetting - the latest news
Forests of the Future
Peter Gibbs asks if trees can really trump carbon emissions.
Autopia to Utopia? Car-Free Cities
Has the Covid crisis jump started us towards car-free cities?
Build, Build, Build
Peter Gibbs looks at how we respond to Boris Johnson's call to "build build build".
Swimming in Superbugs?
Ellen Husain investigates how antibiotic resistant bacteria may be surviving in our seas.
The Great Leaky Loo Scandal
How billions of litres of water are lost each week - from a system intended to save water.
Bushfire Animal Rescue
Can Australia's unique animal life bounce back from bushfire devastation?
World on Fire
A panel of experts discuss the situation with this year's wildfires.
A short history of environmental protest
Tom Heap takes a look back at the evolution of environmental campaigning.
The Future of Environmentalism
Jasmine Ketibuah-Foley looks to the future of the environmental movement
Too darn hot
Tom Heap explores the cost to the environment of air conditioning.
What will the American election result mean for the environment? Tom Heap investigates.
I Believe I Can Fly?
Tom Heap asks what lies ahead for aviation and its environmental impact, post-pandemic.
Celia Hatton and guests discuss China's pledge to be carbon neutral by 2060.
End of the petrol age
Tom Heap explores the decision to ban sales of petrol and diesel cars in the UK by 2030.
How to Halve Emissions by 2030
We ask experts to imagine a world where we have halved global emissions by 2030
The New Environmental Sheriff in Town
Meet the woman charged with keeping the government green.
Michael Rosen celebrates 50 years of Dr Seuss's environmental fable, The Lorax
How has one year of lockdown changed our environment in the UK and around the world?
Can cat owners do more to reduce their pets' impact on wildlife?
Gene Editing Nature
Gene editing could revolutionise environmental conservation – but should we use it?
How well protected is Britain's coast and its wildlife after Brexit? Peter Gibbs reports.
Tom Heap investigates the old landfill sites which are now leaking their contents.
Lucy Siegle finds out about the environmental impact of shipping.
The South Australian Miracle
One Australian state is leading the world in green energy. Peter Hadfield reports.
New Grid for the New Age
How will Britain's power system need to change for a zero carbon world?
Should very rich individuals be able to experiment with modifying the earth's climate?
Can the people of Braunton pull off the UK's first community-led beaver reintroduction?
Canoeing the Cam
Britain's rivers are a disgrace. Tom Heap gets up close with a canoe trip along the Cam.
Britain's Changing Flowers
Mike Dilger travels the length of Britain to see how climate change is altering plantlife.
How green is my golf course?
Sybil Ruscoe finds out about efforts to make golf courses more environmentally-friendly.
Qasa’s Farm - Building Resilience in Bangladesh
Qasa Alom explores the future of his farm on the frontline of climate change in Bangladesh
Earthshot: Fresh Ideas For the Environment
Meet the global innovators competing for a new prize to reverse environmental damage.
Earthshot: More Fresh Ideas for the Environment
Meet the people with brilliant ideas to help nature heal from centuries of abuse.
Earthshot: The Winners
Celebrate with the five winners of the first Earthshot Prize- smart friends of the planet
Six Months on St Kilda
How does it feel to spend six months on Britain's most isolated island?
COP26: The Unheard Voices
Tom Heap brings the unheard voices of the first victims of climate change to COP26
COP26: A Turning of the Tide?
Tom Heap analyses the promises made so far at the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow.
My Toxic Cocktail
Anna Turns finds out how synthetic chemicals are making their way into our bodies.
All Aboard the Sir David Attenborough
Helen Czerski hops aboard Britain's newest polar explorer, RRS Sir David Attenborough.
Seeing the Wood for the Trees
Peter Gibbs investigates the issue of tree health.
The Right to Swim
The storms have flushed raw sewage into our rivers, but are they ever fit to swim in?
Landowners are being offered big money for land to absorb carbon dioxide emissions.
Britain's Dark Waters
PFAS chemicals are linked to mass poisoning in the US. Are they having an impact here?
Is there a green way out of the energy price crisis? Tom Heap gathers expert opinion.
Northern Ireland's Environmental Future
Tom Heap asks if Northern Ireland's new environmental ambitions will become reality?
Rip It Up And Start Again?
Should we demolish or refurbish old buildings?
Government Energy Strategy
Tom Heap delves into the government's newly-announced energy strategy.
The World's Toughest Conservationists
In search of the elusive and elegant snow leopard with their brave protectors.
What impact have this winter's storms had on our forests? Tom Heap investigates.
Green Power in the Far North
Green industry is heading north. But what does it mean for the people of the region?
How Green Is My Money?
Have you ever wondered what the money in your bank account is doing? It's not inert.
Sustainable Sport for the Future
Can world sporting tournaments really be sustainable? Qasa Alom finds out.
Ukraine: A War on Nature
Tom Heap investigates the environmental impacts of the war in Ukraine.