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During an unusually mild and wet summer, how did a wildfire manage to claim the lives of 99 people in the Greek seaside haven of Mati? Is climate change or years of austerity to blame?
US billionaires Jack and Laura Dangermond have donated $165 million to preserve stretches of pristine Californian coastline. Making their gift public is an attempt to inspire others to act.
In China, advances in technology are making surveillance techniques more and more sophisticated. Now, even a citizen’s most trivial actions can affect their freedom.
The #MeToo movement has been gathering pace, exposing and shaming incidences of sexual misconduct worldwide. Yet France has become the stage for a controversial counter-movement.
Australia's Great Barrier Reef is under greater threat from global warming than ever before. Huge swathes of corals are facing extinction from 'bleaching' every year, putting entire ecosystems at risk.
Sean Dorney returns to Papua New Guinea, where he was a foreign correspondent for many years. Now suffering from motor neuron disease, it may be his last visit.
In Sweden, waste incineration plants convert excess and non-recycled rubbish into energy. The Swedish government classifies this process as recycling, but is this form of waste disposal really sustainable?
In the Australian outback, farmers are suffering the profound consequences of severe drought, the worst for a decade. Three families give their own outlook on the nature of hardship in a changing world.