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Rescuing baby turtles in Canberra
Watch how these volunteers in Australia are protecting baby turtles from predators.
Europe's eco-travel boom
In this episode of Business Planet, we head to Barcelona to look at the growing business opportunities connected to sustainable and ethical tourism.
This is solving unexpected environmental problems
The art of reusing shipping containers.
Tikopia: take a step inside a remote civilization
A documentary about a 3,000-year-old civilization.
Are vertical farms the answer to healthier, longer-lasting food?
The World Bank is calling for innovations that will help us feed the planet.
Eco-friendly trends for Christmas
We collected the top trends for an eco-friendly festive season.
This is Malaysia’s hidden gem
Under the Radar: the eco guide to Langkawi
Saving the Great Barrier Reef
Two Australian universities have found a way to restore damaged parts of the world's largest collection of coral reefs.
The walking garden
Is this a revolutionary invention?
Coca-Cola, H&M and Nestle pledge to cutdown on plastic waste
Coca-Cola, H&M and Nestle are among 250 major brands pledging to cut all plastic wastes from their operations, move described by the UN as the most ambitious effort yet to fight plastic pollution.
EU Cohesion Policy boosts Sweden's forestry sector - sustainably
Looking to extract the most from forests for Europe's bioeconomy of the future, the EU is investing & innovating.
The city with a million plants
The first Forest City of the world will host 30,000 people.
Could this boat solve the world's problems with plastic waste?
A colourful traditional sailing boat has been made up of millions of pieces of plastic to raise awareness of plastic pollution.
Plastic-free bathroom essentials
Reduce the amount of waste with these environmentally sound bathroom staples
Can turning plastic bottles into clothing help solve the UAE’s waste problem?
The UAE is amongst the world’s highest consumers of single-use plastic. According to estimates, a single UAE resident can use around 450 plastic water bottles per year and less than 10% of the country’s total plastic waste is currently recycled.
‘Sharks’ and recycling debris: UAE initiatives for waste management
The United Arab Emirates has one of the highest waste generation rates in the world, and the Emirates’ population has tripled over the past 18 years to 9.4 million residents.
“We must not wait” - Former French President Hollande urges for green commitment at WGES
The World Green Economy Summit (WGES) has wrapped up in Dubai.
Iconic island reopens after six months
The Philippines' Boracay island is officially open to business, but now it's sustainable.
Fair and sustainable fine jewellery
From empowered responsible artisanal and small-scale mining organizations to your jewellery box.
EU scientists crack tech barriers to roadtrains of the future
Grouping vehicles in efficient "trains" has long been suggested as a cure for congestion, but with electric vehicles now becoming more common, EU scientists have tackled a host of technological challenges to make them possible, and improve air quality, too.
In pictures: Eerie spiderweb covers entire shoreline in Greece
A huge spiderweb is covering 300 metres of vegetation in Aetoliko, Greece
Green-powered boating at the 41st Cannes Yachting Festival
The yacht industry has presented its latest energy efficient and hybrid developments in Cannes at the Yachting Festival.
Facing up to the challenges of the fast disappearing Aral Sea
Focus takes stock of the situation of the Aral Sea. The subject - from an ecological point of view - is as worrying as that of deforestation in the Amazon. Five Heads of State from Central Asia just met in Turkmenistan to show their common commitment to this huge ecological and economic challenge.
Watch: Abnormal Spanish weather causes flamingo births to soar
WATCH: Wet conditions during flamingo breeding season proved ideal, with thousands of chicks born in the reserve this year.
From coffee sacks to couture: young designers celebrate green fashion
During Paris fashion week ten emerging designers were competing for the Green Carpet Challenge 2018 – Emerging Designer of the Year Award.
Majority of Europe’s waterways 'fail to meet minimum EU standards'
Some 60% of surface water bodies surveyed by the European Environmental Agency (EEA) haven’t reached a good ecological status under the Water Framework Directive.