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Travel back into Doggerland’s extraordinary past with author Julia Blackburn and towards a hopeful future with Blue Marine Foundation’s Dr Tom Appleby.
From Farming to Chocolate and Back Again
William Kendall shares his thoughts on where farming is today, what is going right and and what more needs to be done.
Wilder Britain – from Chelsea to Chevington!￼
Exploring rewilding with Alastair Driver, Director of Rewilding Britain and Duncan Hutt, Head of Conservation at Northumberland Wildlife Trust.
The Battle for Biodiversity – Something in the Air
Biodiversity, habitat loss and threats to wildlife. We take a walk around RSPB Minsmere, an extraordinary nature reserve under threat from Sizewell C and speak to Professor Andy Purvis of the Natural History Museum.
From the Ground Up
A podcast about transforming our food systems with Patrick Holden, Founding Director of the Sustainable Food Trust and Patty Fong, the Program Director for Climate and Health & Well-being at Global Alliance for the Future of Food.
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
Chickpeas for Change
How investment and innovation are transforming our food systems with Sofía Condés of FAIRR and Lana Zivanovic of Innovopro
Seaweed Pizza Anyone?
A podcast about what we eat and why we should care where it comes from with Ivo Mulder of The UN Environment Programme and Dorothy Shaver of Unilever.
Fashion Waste – Africa is Not a Dumping Ground
Exploring what happens to the clothes you discard with Betty Osei Bonsu, Project Coordinator at Green Africa Youth Organisation (GAYO), George Harding-Rolls of The Changing Markets Foundation and Amy Nguyen of Sustainable and Social.
Fossil Fashion – The Plastic Elephant in the Room
Exploring fast fashion’s relationship with fossil fuels with George Harding-Rolls of The Changing Market’s Foundation and Amy Nguyen. Part 1 of a series on fashion.
Protest Is Not a Crime – Yet!
Exploring what the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill means for civil liberties and climate action.
Time to Reflect, Reconnect and Rewild – books to change our planet
Award winning writer Ben Macdonald joins us to discuss his new book Cornerstones and the power of books to shape our lives and Rose Malleson, founder of a sustainability book club, shares her recommendations for summer reading.
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