Earth Report

tve‘s flagship series of half-hour documentaries focus on environment stories from around the world.  The programmes ran on BBC World.

Some of these films are in the sub-series of Hands On

Films in this series

Earth Report | A Fish too Far

Hailed by the European Commission as 'beneficial both to the European Union and its partn ...
Earth Report | A Steppe Ahead

In Easter Mongolia, horses and wildlife far outnumber humans. Conservation efforts are und ...
Earth Report | Adopt, Adapt and Survive

How climate change is affecting people's lives in three east African regions. ...
Earth Report | After Kyoto

Will the Kyoto summit mark the start of an effective response to climate change and emissi ...
Earth Report | Aliens from Planet Earth

Non native species introduced by humans to new areas are now one of the greatest and most ...
Earth Report | Aliens in the Field

Examines the attractions and drawbacks of genetically modified food in low-income countrie ...
Earth Report | All of a Quiver

How will plants and animals survive the effects of climate change? ...
Earth Report | Among the Hotspots

Examines how development projects designed to alleviate poverty can threaten biodiversity. ...
Earth Report | Arctic Blues

Melting summer ice is opening up the Arctic to fishing, shipping and oil and gas explorati ...
Earth Report | Australia: Green Olympics

Australia is finding problems in making sure the 2000 Olympics lives up to its "green" bil ...
Earth Report | Azhar Park

Examines the impact of new investment to provide green space in crowded Cairo. ...
Earth Report | Back from the Brink

The Aral Sea is notoriously regarded as the worlds worst man-made environmental disaster. ...
Earth Report | Bad Earth Dead Onions

Looks at land issues in two different countries South Africa and the Republic of Kalmykia ...
Earth Report | Baked Alaska

Baked Alaska visits the outermost US State where the benefits and disadvantages of burning ...
Earth Report | Bandits and Backhanders

This film takes a wry, witty look at corruption and its effects on the environment. ...
Earth Report | Banking on the Gene

This week Earth Report investigates how the diversity of plant life on the planet could so ...
Earth Report | Before the Tsunami Part 1

Where the will exists, the loss of life and damage caused by natural disasters can often b ...
Earth Report | Before the Tsunami Part 2

Communities in disaster hotspots report on planning for the next natural disaster. ...
Earth Report | Beluga Blues

The sturgeon, prized for its caviar, has been brought to the brink of extinction after 250 ...
Earth Report | Benefits Beyond Boundaries

Visits several World Heritage Sites to see how protection of the natural environment is be ...
Earth Report | Bhutan: Best of Both Worlds

In the Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan, traditional medicine enjoys a status equal to that of ...
Earth Report | Billion Dollar Bonfire

Gas flaring wastes millions of tonnes of energy every year, and contributes to the ongoing ...
Earth Report | Black Sea – Death or Reprieve?

The Black Sea is rapidly becoming one of the most polluted marine environments, but positi ...
Earth Report | Blood Timber

Investigates the relationship between logging and the bushmeat trade, and the effects on t ...
Earth Report | Blue Sky Dreaming

New Zealand plans to be the first to create a carbon neutral economy. ...
Earth Report | Boiling Point

Examines conflicts over water in Africa; the US/Mexican border; and the Middle East. ...
Earth Report | Botswana – Planning the Future

Botswana's population is putting pressure on fragile natural resources. A National Conserv ...
Earth Report | Brave New World

This Earth Report looks at the changes taking place in peoples' lives across Latin America ...
Earth Report | Brazil Roadshow

Visits an environmental city of the future, the set of the latest soap opera. the Amazon f ...
Earth Report | Breaking the Cycle

Looks at the effects of poverty - and efforts to counter them - in Scotland, Kenya, Guatem ...
Earth Report | Burning Bush

Reporting on forest fires in Borneo ...
Earth Report | Cameroon Roadshow

Logging, AIDS awareness raising, bush meat and a teacher who has put his environmental mes ...
Earth Report | Change in the Air

In anticipation of the publication of a comprehensive survey on the effects of climate cha ...
Earth Report | Changing Climates: The Future

Assesses the alternatives to fossil-fuel-powered energy sources and their potential to all ...
Earth Report | Changing Climates: The Impact

Explores the impact of climate change on the main polluters, the US, and on developing cou ...
Earth Report | Chemical Conundrum

Explores what we know about the health impacts of chemicals, how they're spreading, and if ...
Earth Report | Chico’s Dream

This Earth Report takes a look at which side is winning out in the battle to use, or save, ...
Earth Report | Children of Rio Part 1

A 2002 update to the Growing Up series which follows children born in nine countries in 19 ...
Earth Report | Children of Rio Part 2

A 2002 update to the Growing Up series which follows children born in nine countries in 19 ...
Earth Report | Children of the New Millennium

Investigates why children suffer disproportionately from pollution and environmental degra ...
Earth Report | Children’s Rights Features

11 features on children's rights, with stories from West Africa, Hong Kong, Mongolia, Indi ...
Earth Report | China Roadshow

For centuries the rivers and plains of China have experienced floods, but in 1998 several ...
Earth Report | China: Defeating The Desert

Defying the critics, China is succeeding in mobilising communities to roll back the desert ...
Earth Report | Cities: Feeling the Heat

A look at the world's growing city population and its effects on global warming. ...
Earth Report | Clean Living Part 1

Forty per cent of the world's population are without access to a latrine or toilet. ...
Earth Report | Clean Living Part 2

The Ethiopian Government wants to give everyone a toilet in a country where only a third o ...
Earth Report | Cold Coral Deep

Investigates the incredible diversity of wildlife harboured by deep-sea cold coral reefs. ...
Earth Report | Colombia Roadshow

Latin America Season continues this week, travelling to Colombia. The 'Eco Cops' of Bogota ...
Earth Report | Concrete Coasts

150 million people live within 20 kilometres of the shores of the Mediterranean. ...
Earth Report | Coping with Catastrophe

This week's Hands On comes from Somalia where the International Committee of the Red Cross ...
Earth Report | Crossing the Divide Part 1

Environmental campaigners make it their business to be a thorn in the side of governments. ...
Earth Report | Crossing the Divide Part 2

An investigation into the horseshoe crab, its uses in human medicine, and the threats to i ...
Earth Report | Dakar Dialogues

In preparation for the New York Commission on Sustainable Development, ministers and exper ...
Earth Report | Dam Dam Dam

On the eve of the World Water Forum Earth Report presents the case for and against big dam ...
Earth Report | Darfur: Earth Wind and Fire

Filmed inside Sudan to investigate the environmental roots of Darfur's humanitarian crisis ...
Earth Report | Death on the Nile

Investigation into water-borne disease in the Nile basin, by Dr Nadia El-Awady ...
Earth Report | Deleting the Dirty Dozen

Earth Report travels the world to document the long-term harm and explores the long-term h ...
Earth Report | Development with Destruction

Reports on the struggle to prevent the construction of another US military base on Okinawa ...
Earth Report | Disaster Class

Disasters are predicted to increase dramatically in number and severity over the coming ye ...
Earth Report | Doomsday Vault

The Norwegian government has built an underground vault to guard against a major catastrop ...
Earth Report | Down to Earth

In Mali and Burkina Faso farmers are working to regreen the desert and turn it back to fer ...
Earth Report | Drawing the Line

In Brazil over 45 million hectares of rainforest, an area the size of California, have now ...
Earth Report | Drinking the Sky

Dutch filmmaker, Joost de Haas, travels to first the wettest and then the driest place on ...
Earth Report | Dyke Hard

The Saemangeum project on South Korea's Yellow Sea coast will destroy one of Asia's most v ...
Earth Report | Earth Summit Debate 1 & 2

Debate on global issues from the Earth Summit in Johannesburg. ...
Earth Report | East Africa Roadshow

An eclectic mix of stories from Tanzania and Kenya about dynamite, fish, coral reefs, smok ...
Earth Report | Eco Economy Part 1

Highlights the work of the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment, investigating the complexity o ...
Earth Report | Eco Economy Part 2

Investigates how positive government policy is fundamental to ensuring natural support sys ...
Earth Report | Emission Impossible

Earth Report examines various responses to global climate change. The tour begins in the U ...
Earth Report | Europe on Air

This episode of Earth Report explores the difficulties members of the European Union are h ...
Earth Report | Everybody Lives Downstream

Review of water issues and solutions from around the world, for World Day for Water. ...
Earth Report | Families and Mountains Meet

Reports on the impact of the collapse of communism on poor communities in Kyrgistan and Ta ...
Earth Report | Fate of the Forest

An over-all look at the damage and in some cases benefits which have arisen from deforesta ...
Earth Report | Fate of the Oceans Part 1

Almost without exception, the world's fishing grounds are being recklessly exploited. Eart ...
Earth Report | Fate of the Oceans Part 2

In the second part of Fate of the Oceans, Earth Report goes in search of sustainable fishi ...
Earth Report | Fishermen’s Blues

The prospects for the survival of the inland fisheries of the San Francisco-Rio das Velhas ...
Earth Report | Forests – The Last Stand

Two thirds of the earth's virgin forests have been wiped out. This programme examines the ...
Earth Report | Forgotten Fruit

A handful of high-yielding crops feed the world's ever-increasing population. ...
Earth Report | Four of a Kind Part 2

Profiles of two winners of the Sasakawa Prize - Wangari Maathai and Dener Giovanni. ...
Earth Report | Gambling on Laos

Can Laos' biological diversity survive the South East Asian economic boom? ...
Earth Report | Game Over

Examines if wildlife can pay its way, and how the ranching of game animals can be put on a ...
Earth Report | Gas Gas Gas

China's frantic development depends on escalating electricity generation - ...
Earth Report | Go with the Flow

The Dutch are the world experts on land reclamation and flood engineering. Now they have a ...
Earth Report | Going, Going, Gone

It is now up for humans to decide if the thousands od species now threatened with extincti ...
Earth Report | Gran Chaco Roadshow

Hands On this week comes from Germany , where environmentally friendly fridges are powered ...
Earth Report | Green Gongs

An overview of the first Ecomove environmental film festival in Berlin. ...
Earth Report | Grizzlies, Government, Greens

Hands On this week travels through Canada from Quebec to Ontario to investigate the contro ...
Earth Report | Gross National Happiness

Bhutan's king attempts to put his people's happiness ahead of material wealth. ...
Earth Report | Grounds for Hope

Since the 1990s agriculture, pollution and poor land management have been taking a severe ...
Earth Report | Growing Up 2000

Earth Report began following the lives of ten children who were born in the year of the Ri ...
Earth Report | Guatemala: Stealing Rainforest

The Maya Biosphere reserve is coming under pressure from logging companies. Local NGOs are ...
Earth Report | Guinea Bissau: Getting Healthier

The image most outsiders have of West Africa is that "nothing works". The small state of G ...
Earth Report | H20 Hilltops to Oceans Pt 1

How environmental mismanagement on land is becoming a grave threat to our seas. ...
Earth Report | H20 Hilltops to Oceans Pt 2

The UN Environment Programme has identified 150 'dead zones' in the world's oceans, where ...
Earth Report | Haiti: Rubbish Crisis

Democracy may have come to Haiti,but the Caribbean nation is divorced from the economic up ...
Earth Report | Handycam Campaigners

The story of three indigenous people filming their stories how the extraction of the world ...
Earth Report | Heads Above Water

Reports from the coastal communities in South East Asia who are battling sinking land and ...
Earth Report | Healing the Rift

An analysis of Kenya's Lake Baringo revitalisation project. ...
Earth Report | High-Tech Harvest

The other side of the GM food debate - new crops developed to counter hunger in Africa. ...
Earth Report | Home on the Range

Focuses on nomadic herders in Ethiopia and their efforts to live their traditional lifesty ...
Earth Report | Hope in a Changing Climate

An ambitious project is reviving severely degraded land in China's Loess Plateau. ...
Earth Report | Hunger for Land

After over ten years Earth Report returns to Ethiopia to search for Aklook. 'Hunger for La ...
Earth Report | If Trees Could Talk…

Today only 6% of the Atlantic Rainforest survives. Earth Report reveals what people are do ...
Earth Report | In the Balance

With public opinion overwhelmingly in favour of debt forgiveness, 'In the Balance' finds t ...
Earth Report | In the Shadow of Kilimanjaro

More and more people rely on the waters of Tanzania's Pangani River basin. ...
Earth Report | India Roadshow

When India gained its freedom the government was convinced that big power projects and ind ...
Earth Report | India: Bandits and Ravines

The ravines of India's Chambal Valley are hide-outs for the bandits of the region. Links a ...
Earth Report | India: Energy From Waste

Biogas is no longer considered the poor man's fuel in India. In Madras, factories like Cad ...
Earth Report | Indonesia: Bamboo Boom

The fastest growing plant on earth is now being harvested sustainably and providing a boom ...
Earth Report | Indonesia: Eco Labelling

How can the environmentally-conscious consumer be confident that tropical hardwood is harv ...
Earth Report | Is Green the New Black?

On the catwalks of the world, eco-fashion is all the rage. Organic cotton and recycled clo ...
Earth Report | Keep it in the Family

Investigates the problems caused by cheap imports competing with local produce in Senegal. ...
Earth Report | Kids Number

Earth Report looks at the lives of children around the world - the skills they're learning ...
Earth Report | Land of the Rising Water

Water supply and flood control in Japan. ...
Earth Report | Last Pockets of Paradise

Efforts to protect the last unspoilt areas of the Mediterranean coastline. ...
Earth Report | Last Summit 2

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Earth Report | Lease of Life

Can we reverse the damage of desertification and increase lost ecosystems? ...
Earth Report | Line in the Sand

This Earth Report travels to Alashan to investigate why the desert is growing by 1000 squa ...
Earth Report | Little Geek

In this Earth Report we hitch a ride into the abyss to find a world that we know almost no ...
Earth Report | Living with Disaster

This half-hour documentary is the antidote to TV's usual treatment of disasters like typho ...
Earth Report | Makaya – Sacred Forest

In this film we see that the survival of the great coastal forest in Kenya owes much to on ...
Earth Report | Mapping the Millennium

A thirty minute full-length documentary covering a meeting of leading environment and deve ...
Earth Report | Marooned

The efforts of the Maroons of Surinam to preserve their way of life as timber and mining c ...
Earth Report | Message in a Bottle

Earth Report travels three small island nations, to find out what they are doing to protec ...
Earth Report | Mount Kenya

Mount Kenya has just been declared a World Heritage Site, in part for its beauty, but that ...
Earth Report | Nature be Dammed

'Nature be Dammed' is an intimate portrayal of the Besotho, a people whose world is about ...
Earth Report | Nepal Roadshow

The Nepal roadshow visits a park high up in the Eastern Himalayas which is now to be prote ...
Earth Report | No Doubt at All

There are those in doubt of the effect greenhouse gases are having on the environment. Som ...
Earth Report | No Hiding Place Part 1

What Chance for the Survival of the Great Apes? ...
Earth Report | No Hiding Place Part 2

Assessment of the chances of survival of the Great Apes in the wild. ...
Earth Report | Nor any Drop to Drink

In this Earth Report, we see how countries in the Middle East are beginning to confront th ...
Earth Report | Not a Dirty Word

The daily global death toll from drinking dirty water is equivalent to 20 jumbo jet crashe ...
Earth Report | Not a Dirty Word 2

The latest UN assessment is that 1.1 billion people live without access to clean drinking ...
Earth Report | Not all at Sea

This Global Edition marks the International Year of the Oceans, featuring stories from all ...
Earth Report | Oil’s Well

What will happen when the oil wells of Gabon become uneconomic? ...
Earth Report | Palm Oil, Primates and Pyromania

At the end of 1997 the forest fires in Indonesia blanketed much of the country and its nei ...
Earth Report | Paper Tiger

Efforts to maintain temperate rainforests in Tasmania, Australia. ...
Earth Report | Paradise Regained

It is estimated that over 50% of world's tropical forests have been lost or degraded over ...
Earth Report | Pay Now, Pay Later

Earth Report goes in search of sustainable development projects with a successful track re ...
Earth Report | Payback Time

Householders installing wind turbines and solar panels must wait many years for a payback ...
Earth Report | People Power

At the Johannesburg 'sustainable development' summit, governments made commitments to invo ...
Earth Report | Perfectly Cool

The search for the greenest way to stay cool. ...
Earth Report | Peru: The Inca Inheritance

The rediscovery of the ancient Inca canal system is transforming the environment of today' ...
Earth Report | Pipe Dreams

Sanitation improvement projects in Senegal, Uganda and India aim to provide safe sanitatio ...
Earth Report | Plight of the Humble Bee

Our food crops depend on bees to pollinate them, but around the world, bees are under thre ...
Earth Report | Plumbing the Rights Part 1

Assesses the potential solutions to water access, such as privatisation and community mobi ...
Earth Report | Plumbing the Rights Part 2

Is access to water a human right? According to the United Nations it now is. And yet more ...
Earth Report | Poisonous Snakes and Ladders

Earth Report returns to a story covering the cross frontier dumping of hazardous wastes. T ...
Earth Report | Potted Shrimp

For every kilo of shrimp netted, up to 20 kilos of other sea creatures are needlessly kill ...
Earth Report | Power Struggle

This edition of Earth Report looks at another African power struggle - the struggle to get ...
Earth Report | Prickly Profit

Prickly Profit looks at alternative efforts to nurture cactus plants which grow well in ar ...
Earth Report | Pulp Aid

Waste paper from Europe is sent to India for recycling. Trouble is, in India there are cha ...
Earth Report | Pumping Pressure

While underground reserves are being pumped dry, Earth Report finds that new ways to catch ...
Earth Report | Race to save the Albatross

Thousands of albatross are killed by long-line fishing every week. Earth Report investigat ...
Earth Report | Race to Save the Sky

The film looks at the massive international effort to end the threat from ozone-depleting ...
Earth Report | Radioactive and Reeling

Earth Report follows the setting up of assistance strategies in Belarus, victim of most of ...
Earth Report | Ransom for the Forest

Earth Report visits the Amazon to find out more about the issue which stalled the internat ...
Earth Report | Remaking Shangri-La

In this remote areas of northern Pakistan, unnoticed by the global media, a cultural and e ...
Earth Report | Rich Pickings

Exposes the lucrative trade in endangered wildlife in Brazil. ...
Earth Report | Rising Tides

Rising sea levels are creating new dilemmas for coastal populations around the world - at ...
Earth Report | Rwanda, Back to the Garden

Can we reverse the damage of desertification and recreate lost ecosystems? ...
Earth Report | Sacred Earth

Sacred Earth uses beautiful and moving images to inspire viewers on the potential of a cro ...
Earth Report | Second Nature

Western academics are discovering that the people of West Africa are not destroying ancien ...
Earth Report | Seeds of Conflict

Assesses the issues surrounding patenting of traditional plant species. ...
Earth Report | Sick to Death

The Western environmental movement accuses practitioners of traditional Chinese medicine o ...
Earth Report | Singapore Roadshow

Earth Report travels to Singapore to look at a cheap, quick, clean and efficient public tr ...
Earth Report | Sink or Swim

Over the past 30 years, storms, floods and droughts have increased threefold, according to ...
Earth Report | Sky Pirates

Despite the rapid elimination of ozone-destroying chemicals, the hole in the ozone layer h ...
Earth Report | Slum at the Summit

The high Andes must be one of the most inhospitable places on earth. There's precious litt ...
Earth Report | Smile, Please

In 1993 UNEP teamed up with Canon to launch a world-wide photo competition about the envir ...
Earth Report | Smokeless in China

China has suffered some of the worst environmental disasters in the world, due in part to ...
Earth Report | Soaking it Up?

Earth Report stays in the Amazon to investigate the role of the rainforest as a 'sink' for ...
Earth Report | SOS: Save Our Sushi

Investigates the threat to small Pacific states of industrial fishing. ...
Earth Report | Spain Roadshow

Energy efficient building in Granada, eco-tourism in Andalucia; an investigation into the ...
Earth Report | Sri Lanka Roadshow

Takes us to the coast with stories of coral reefs and baby turtles, then inland to an elep ...
Earth Report | St Lucia – Island at Risk

Green Gold, hot sulphur springs and sandy beaches are just some of St Lucia's assets. This ...
Earth Report | Still Waters

Still Waters highlights the true worth of our wetlands and explains why it is imperitive t ...
Earth Report | Stolen Fish 1

The pirate fishing trawlers illegally plundering the seas off West Africa ...
Earth Report | Stolen Fish 2

How illegal fish catches are smuggled into Europe. ...
Earth Report | Streetwise: Banking on Us

For the millions of people living in shanty towns borrowing from a high street bank is out ...
Earth Report | Streetwise: View from the People

Earth Report went to the most deprived districts of a dozen cities to see how the urban po ...
Earth Report | Sulu Sulawesi

The Sulu-Sulawesi Sea is one of the most important marine environments in the world. 'Eart ...
Earth Report | Summit to the Sea Part 1

Examines the environmental problems around mountains, where people in the plains and coast ...
Earth Report | Summit to the Sea Part 2

Examines the environmental problems around mountains, where people in the plains and coast ...
Earth Report | Tale of Two Cities

London and Beijing - how much progress is each captial city making on urban sustainability ...
Earth Report | Telltale Signs

Ever more erratic global weather patterns - caused by climate change - have added 170 mill ...
Earth Report | The Angle on Hunger

Why are the world's mountainous regions home to a disproportionate number of hungry people ...
Earth Report | The Good Society

The Earth Report team travelled the globe to ask people about their government, economic s ...
Earth Report | The Ivory Poaching Wars

More than 60 percent of the world's elephants were killed by poachers in the 1970s and 80s ...
Earth Report | The Last Summit?

Two months after the Johannesburg Summit of 2002, Earth Report asks, was it worth it? ...
Earth Report | The Long Road to Recovery

Exposes the everyday realities of living with the radioactive legacy of the Chernobyl disa ...
Earth Report | The Long Walk

Earth Report visits Guinea, Senegal, Tanzania and Malawi to find out how communities are b ...
Earth Report | The Path of the Jaguar

In Central America, a host of international and local environmental organisations are tryi ...
Earth Report | The Sea – NOWPAP

The sea lane in the Northwest Pacific is one of the busiest in the world and is seriously ...
Earth Report | The Sea that Nearly Died

The ecological collapse of the Black Sea has cost billions of dollars. ...
Earth Report | The Wildscreen Debate

During the Wildscreen film festival in Bristol, 150 film-makers were given a chance to qui ...
Earth Report | Tiger, Taiga

The seemingly insatiable appetite of the ubiquitous logging industry is now rapidly devour ...
Earth Report | Timber Futures

Could the marketplace be the salvation for the world's forests? ...
Earth Report | Timber Mafia Part 1

This film uncovers the brutal trade in stolen timber from Indonesia that's ending up in Eu ...
Earth Report | Timber Mafia Part 2

This film uncovers the brutal trade in stolen timber from Indonesia that's ending up in Eu ...
Earth Report | To Dam or Not to Dam ?

In this Earth Report we examine the findings of the World Commission on Dams on the questi ...
Earth Report | Toxic Pizza

Earth Report examines the balance between the economic well being and the health of worker ...
Earth Report | Toxic Trail Part 1

Visits Thailand and Cambodia to investigate easy availability of toxic agricultural chemic ...
Earth Report | Toxic Trail Part 2

Investigates the chemical companies' response to charges of selling dangerous chemicals wi ...
Earth Report | Transparency

Despite possessing vast reserves of oil, gas and minerals, Angola is one of Africa’ ...
Earth Report | Tunnel Vision

Records the rehabilitation of the ancient water management systems of Syria. ...
Earth Report | UK: Tiger Matchmakers

There are only around 400 Sumatran tigers left in the wild, confined to a few reserves in ...
Earth Report | Unnatural Disasters

This week's 'Earth Report' shows that it is poor communities worldwide who are the first t ...
Earth Report | Up the Ladder

This film takes a look at how the Basel Convention of 1992 has stopped toxic traders dumpi ...
Earth Report | Upstream Downstream

Reports on the potential for conflict over water in the Ping River basin in Thailand. ...
Earth Report | Voices from the Tundra

Climate change threatens the environment and way of life of the Inuit peoples of the Arcti ...
Earth Report | Waste not Waste

Can the dry toilet ever catch on? ...
Earth Report | Water – Every Drop Counts

Earth Report looks at the world's most precious resource - water. With demand for water li ...
Earth Report | Water in your Tank

Cars, and transport in general, account for more than 20% of global emissions of carbon di ...
Earth Report | Water Pressure

The European Commission is giving all 15 member states a decade to meet new water quality ...
Earth Report | Wealth and Wilderness

Examines the motives and impact of eco-philanthropists buying up land for conservation in ...
Earth Report | Wealth or Wilderness

About the value of plant genetic resources and traditional agriculture to sustainable agri ...
Earth Report | Wetting the Appetite

Examines China's decision to restore its wetlands at the expense of over a million farmers ...
Earth Report | White Gold Part 1

This edition of Earth Report tracks pirates around the globe. The treasure is the Patagoni ...
Earth Report | White Gold Part 2

Earth Report goes undercover to expose the pirates that are fishing the Patagonian toothfi ...
Earth Report | WTO Battle of Seattle

The opponents of globalisation massed in one of the largest demonstrations in the US since ...
Middle Earth Report Part 2 | Growing Things

Earth Report goes behind New Zealand's clean, green 'Middle-earth' image, to find out how ...
Middle Earth Report Part 3 | Changing The Future

In this final instalment of the Middle-earth trilogy, we focus on New Zealand's urban and ...