A growing population is putting increasing pressure on fish stocks. The United Nations estimates that 87% of world fish stocks are fully exploited or overfished and require precautionary management. How can we avoid the collapse of a resource that remains an essential part of food security and vital to the communities and livelihoods of half a billion people across the planet?
Paul Rose, presenter
Frank Pope, Ocean Correspondent, The Times
Dr David Agnew, Director of Standards at the Marine Stewardship Council
Dr Heather Koldeway, Head of Global Programmes, Zoological Society of London (ZSL)
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A discussion on the final day of COP26, reviewing the efforts to reduce emissions and adapt to the impacts of climate change.
12 November 2021
Peter explores how the strategic location of Singapore has historically made it a contested space and what role the island and its settlements have played across the centuries.
17 February 2020
Val's solo through-hike of the Transcaucasian Trail turned into an unexpectedly emotional journey, featuring lone shepherds, hospitable families, and homemade vodka.
15 March 2018
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
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