Politics and Activism

Nature Under Attack

Is nature paying the price for the cost of living and energy crises? With Kate Jennings, Head of Site Conservation and Species Policy for the RSPB and Richard Benwell, CEO of Wildlife and Countryside Link.

Power and Politics

During a tumultuous time for nature we speak to Natalie Bennett, Green Member of the House of Lords and Karla Hill, Associate Director at think tank E3G about the relationship between climate and politics.

Could Your Savings Save the Planet?

Exploring our finances within the context of the Climate Emergency with Simon Mundy of the Financial Times, Alex Smith of Eversheds Sutherland and Kenneth Green of Make My Money Matter

Protest Is Not a Crime – Yet!

Exploring what the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill means for civil liberties and climate action.

Striking for the Planet

Fridays for Future Climate Striker’s message for COP: listen to us, listen to the science and act now before it is too late!

The Power and Hope of Youth

Voices of young activists and students on the 4th day of COP26

Talking Climate Politics

The climate does not have a voice. When citizens raise theirs on its behalf, are they being heard?

National Parks SOS

Our National Parks are in crisis – just when we need them most to help us tackle the climate emergency, boost nature recovery and biodiversity.

Talking politics!

We discuss the new Climate Ecological and Emergency Bill with Caroline Lucas MP and Dr Richard Benwell from the Wildlife & Countryside Link

Think big by acting small….

How significant changes can come about from making changes on the local level – with guests Jane Davidson and Chris Smaje