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BBC World Debate
In this debate, representatives from across the world meet to discuss the importance and sustainability of the small farmer in the modern economy.
Reveals the advantages of agro-forestry techniques when age-old practices are combined with scientific know-how. (1995)
BBC World Debate
There’s a rural revolution underway and it’s having a profound impact on the global food chain.
In the second part of Fate of the Oceans, Earth Report goes in search of sustainable fishing practices.
Almost without exception, the world's fishing grounds are being recklessly exploited. Earth Report visits India, the Mediterranean and Bali to investigate.
Profiles of individuals who have won the Sasakawa Prize for contributions to the protection of the environment.
Profiles of two winners of the Sasakawa Prize - Wangari Maathai and Dener Giovanni.
The prospects for the survival of the inland fisheries of the San Francisco-Rio das Velhas rivers.
Five projects illustrating what makes green enterprise work and bring in a fair price for the producer.
A review of five innovative renewable energy projects.
One of the largest hydro-electric projects in the world, the Tucurui Dam on Brazil's River Tocantins was built to power the industrial development of the Amazon. Earth Report investigates the effects it has had on the region.
Celebrates some of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization's (FAO) most successful projects.
'Hands On' is going organic as we look at the farming and marketing of organic products in Malawi, India, Spain and the UK.
Two thirds of the earth's virgin forests have been wiped out. This programme examines the management of forestry around the world and ways people are working to make it more sustainable. (1998)
This Hands On Special reports on green technologies around Europe - from Denmark, France, Sweden, Finland and the UK (1998)
This Hands On Special looks at various environmental projects across countries of West Africa. (1998)
An over-all look at the damage and in some cases benefits which have arisen from deforestation in the Tropics. (1996)
Life (series 5)
Life assesses the changes made by Brazil's worker president, Lula.
Sam Everington, a GP in Bromley-by-Bow, travels to Bangladesh to find out if community health lessons learnt in London will work across the globe.