We look back at climate successes in this year's AGM season. Plus, how one Jamaican town is trying to adapt to flooding.
This port town has withstood conquest, colonialism and rebellion. But will it survive increased rains and flooding brought on by climate change?
AGMs have become a battleground, with groups of climate activist investors infiltrating large companies and voting for change.
We meet the woman salvaging hundreds of kilos of textile waste from mills. Plus, did you know that bee-keeping is having a moment?
Siobhan Martin, founder of Shiv Textiles, tells us why she left a career in fast fashion behind to weave her way through 360kg of textile waste a year.
The UK public’s bee-positivity is growing, and so is resistance to neonicotinoids.
Will Murdoch hinder environmental progress on Saturday?
We investigate just why fracking isn't the path to a greener future. Plus, we meet those campaigning against gas development in the Eastern…
Fracking for shale gas has been touted as a solution to the UK’s energy independence woes and a key step towards net-zero. Al Howard takes a deeper look…
The war in Ukraine has caused countries in the region to speed up their fossil fuel extraction efforts. But renewables are a much better investment.
A dose of positivity for yourself and the planet, with our pals at The Know. Plus, we hear from the world's largest community of Miyawaki forest-makers.
Part of protecting our planet is soaking up its beauty. Here are five ways to enjoy and take care of it today, on Earth Day.