The fallout of the massive volcanic eruption of Iceland's Mount Eyjafjallajokull was felt around the world. Now, a year later, scientists return to Iceland in order to see whether the sleeping volcano might reawaken.
How did life begin? It is one of the most fundamental and difficult questions that has challenged the brightest thinkers for millennia. The planet is teeming with life. From the highest mountain to the deepest ocean, life is everywhere. But what was the firing pistol that started the evolutionary race? How did non-living material come to life?
What better way to open up the discussion about climate change than to send two very passionate and intelligent Australians, with opposing views, on a mutual journey of discovery around the globe. Each has the chance to track down whomever they like to help aid their side of the ongoing climate change debate.
Craig Reucassel is on a mission to uncover how much waste we produce as a nation and learn what we can about it. In tonight's episode he focuses on food waste as a staggering amount ends up in landfill every year.