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Tim discusses how positive tipping points in social or economic systems can trigger positive change to mitigate damaging tipping points in the climate system.
15 November 2021
Minarets in the Mountains is the first English travelogue to explore Europe’s Indigenous Muslim communities and their heritage. The book also unearths some of the historic roots of European Islamophobia.
20 July 2021
Charlotte Austwick takes us to a jungle village, where she helps the community secure cultural survival through the creation of Q’eqchi’ and Mopan Maya illustrated reading books.
11 March 2021
Join Bjørn Heyerdahl, the grandson of Thor, as he recounts his expedition around South Africa's Cape of Storms in a traditional wooden Viking boat with a team of world class explorers.
11 February 2021
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