Humanity’s tenure on Earth has had very far-reaching consequences. Joe charts the past, present and future of environmental ideas and actions to help find a way through these difficult times.
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[In-person and online] Join the Scott Polar Research Institute’s museum curator to explore extraordinary stories of human endeavour from the world’s coldest, highest and windiest places.
30 May 2022
Hear how Australian Wildlife Conservancy, one of the world’s largest non-profit conservation organisations, is reacting to prevent further extinctions.
22 November 2021
Paul reflects on life with over 50 neighbours over six years, where residents tackle the climate and now the current COVID-19 crises through living in an affordable, co-operative home ownership community made from straw and wood.
20 April 2020
Each region of the world faces different population challenges – reducing fertility, employing a ‘bulge’ of young people or managing ageing populations. Sarah explores these and the global implications for the future.
24 October 2016
There's too much plastic in our oceans, much of it as microscopic particles. Where does it come from? Where does it do most harm? And what can we do about it?
3 October 2016
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