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 ...
Eden Reborn

They called this the Garden of Eden. That powerful myth arose here in the marshes of South ...
Guns and Damsels

Amidst Britain's sprawling industrial developments and urban expansion there exist secret ...
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 ...
Pocket Wilderness

The Royal Forest of Dean, on the border of England and Wales, is an ancient forest providi ...
Reservoir Raiders

With the on-going crisis in the Middle East, this week's Earth Report takes a look at how ...