All of a Quiver
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Melting summer ice is opening up the Arctic to fishing, shipping and oil and gas exploration.
How climate change is affecting people's lives in three east African regions. (2007)
This Hands On focuses on animals and their relationship with humans.
Investigates the lessons that have been learned from the tragic tsunami of December 2004.
Five stories from four African countries highlighting how new ways of thinking are paying off for local people and the environment.
Examines the attractions and drawbacks of genetically modified food in low-income countries.
Examines how development projects designed to alleviate poverty can threaten biodiversity.
A wry look at how foreign programming - made almost exclusively in the North - is polluting the Caribbean airwaves. (1992)
Profiles five projects supported by ASTAE to bring off-grid electricity to poor rural communities in Asia.
Examines the impact of new investment to provide green space in crowded Cairo.
Anita Roddick introduces a programme that shows farmers are cashing in on a growing consumer demand for organic, non-GMO food.
Rich in natural resources, but crippled by debt, poverty and poor governance - Africa, and its environment, are uniquely vulnerable.
In Easter Mongolia, horses and wildlife far outnumber humans. Conservation efforts are under way to prevent foreign companies, who are after the oil and gold that lies underneath, from destroying the landscape. 1999
Non native species introduced by humans to new areas are now one of the greatest and most dynamic threats to the diversity of the planet.
Will the Kyoto summit mark the start of an effective response to climate change and emission control, or was it merely a political fudge? 1998
Australia is finding problems in making sure the 2000 Olympics lives up to its "green" billling. (1996)
Looks at the dramatic positive economic turnaround in Uganda since civil war ended.
How PEM, or protein energy malnutrition results in an ongoing intergenerational cycle of lost potential, both physical and mental. Filmed in Nepal.