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Bbc costing the earth
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20 Mar Wood can do anything that oil can do. Could it be the backbone of a future economy?. 24 Apr Large hydro-electric dams continue to be planned and built in Africa, Asia and South America. In Western Europe and the US they're tearing. 15 May When was the last time you saw a rabbit - dead or alive? Despite its reputation, a BTO survey suggests European rabbit numbers in the UK.
1 day ago The permafrost is thawing, and the glaciers retreating. What will be left of the Alps ?. 17 Apr Colombia is second only to Brazil in the extent of its rich biodiversity but armed conflict over a half century has limited exploration and charting. 10 Apr Lindsey Chapman investigates how shifting seasons are affecting wildlife. 20 Feb In the last General Election environmental issues barely merited a mention. Nine months on and the Prime Minister is making keynote. 26 Sep Tom Heap asks if the Environment Agency is fit for purpose. After seven years of deep cuts to its staffing and budgets, Tom Heap asks the EA's.
Costing the Earth tells stories which touch all our lives, looking at man's effect on the environment and at how the environment reacts. It questions accepted. 27 Mar Tom Heap asks how dangerous plastic microfibres from clothes are and explores solutions. 10 Oct It may seem odd when an industry that relies on seasonal trends and consumption talks about 'going green'. But Lucy Siegle has had a keen. 2 May How long do you reasonably expect your electronic gadgets and clothes to last? Has the cheapening of products meant we're too ready to let.