We speak to Sasha Abraham, Senior Analyst at the UK’s Climate Change Committee, about her hopes and fears for 2023.
We need clean alternatives to fossil fuels, but at what cost?
We hear from Sally Bunce, seal protection officer at Teesside, Isobel Morris, Senior Policy Officer for Energy at the RSPB and Charlie Zakss of Suffolk Wildlife Trust.
Exploring both sides of the debate around Nuclear Energy with Dr Paul Dorfman of the University of Sussex and Chair of the Nuclear Consulting Group and Jessica Johnson, Communications and Advocacy Director at Nuclear Europe.
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.
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.
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 about biodiversity, habitat loss and threats to wildlife.
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.
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.