Join Craig Reucassel on a mission to uncover how much waste we produce and learn about the possible solutions.
Discover what features and technologies will be utilised to create the buildings of the future making them more energy-efficient.
Hugh and Anita continue their fight against single-use plastics, looking at tea bags and pre-packed sandwiches. Then, as coronavirus COVID-19 hits, they consider the problem of disposable face masks.
Follow Craig while he finds out how we can reduce methane production.
Food waste creates a greenhouse gas called methane. Learn why cows and meat produce the most methane.
Learn about what foods produce the most greenhouse gases and what substitutes you can make with Craig.
Follow Craig as he visits Oatlands Public school where students are on a mission to reduce their carbon footprint and become climate warriors.
Craig gives Australian's a powerful message about carbon emissions. He tries to talk to the Australian Prime minister to combat this issue.
Craig gives Australians a visual look at carbon emissions cars, planes and other vehicles produce.
Do you know how your carbon footprint is impacting the climate? Craig shows Australians what their carbon footprint actually looks like.
Scientists tell us that carbon dioxide levels in the Earth's atmosphere have been steadily rising since the 1800s but how do they measure these levels? Craig travels to a laboratory in Tasmania where some of the cleanest air in the world can be found, thereby acting as a baseline to compare with more polluted air in cities and other built up areas. Explain why CO2 levels started to rise in the 1800s. Describe two ways scientists measure CO2 levels from the past and present.
Find out why Greta Thunberg skipped school to protest outside the Swedish Parliament about climate issues.
Upon realising her generation won't have a future unless the world's politicians act now on climate change, 15-year-old Greta Thunberg skipped school in August 2018 to protest outside the Swedish parliament.
Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall and Anita Rani reveal the final results from the plastic street experiment. How easy is it really to reduce the amount of plastic in your life?
Anita is shocked to discover how much plastic is in wet wipes and shows up at the manufacturer's headquarters; Hugh confronts Michael Gove over the British plastic he has found rotting on illegal dumpsites in Malaysia.
Find out how a covered lagoon can help stop methane evaporating into the air and affecting our climate.
Find out how manure is affecting our planet and actually how toxic it really is.
Join Liz Bonnin as she finds out why meat is a threat to our climate.
In this ground-breaking film, animal biologist and meat-eater Liz Bonnin embarks on one of the toughest investigations of her career. Taking her from cattle farms in the decimated Amazon rainforests, to Dutch research labs growing in-vitro meat, Liz discovers the stark and sometimes stomach-churning reality of the meat industry.
Hugh realises that hundreds of thousands of tonnes of plastic is exported from the UK to Malaysian every year. With the help of Greenpeace and a local environmental action group, he visits some illegal plastic processing plants and is shocked by what he finds. Mountains of plastic bags and packaging that are clearly from the UK and Europe contaminate the environment and waterways of Malaysia. Consumers are under the impression their local council is recycling their waste but it appears that this
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