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Willie MacKenzie from Greenpeace discusses the importance of the ocean. He shares facts and figures about humankind’s damage to the ocean environment due to climate change, high levels of fishing and lack of care.
Do you think one person really makes a difference for the planet? Young people from around the UK give their opinions on this environmental debate.
Journalist Josie Appleton tells us why one person can’t make a difference… and neither can celebrities. We’ve got to think big and focus on alternative energy provisions.
What is sacred? The natural world has long been sacred to people, but for many different reasons. Nick (a shaman), Martin (a vicar), Hilary (from an eco-friendly cosmetics firm) and Professor Gordon Lynch all share their views.
Rajbir Dhillon tells us how far her family will go to save the planet – it’s not just about recycling.
Kirtana Chandrasekaran and Colin Merrit argue the pros and cons of GM food production.
Friends of the Earth campaigner Katie explains the basic ways each one of us can save the planet, both for ourselves and for the future generations.
This animation shows how far each ingredient in a sandwich travels before it arrives packed together on a plate, making viewers aware of the environmental impact of foods we take for granted.
The Cleaner Medina project is a clean-up initiative run by the Muslim Community in Birmingham. We hear their views and opinions as to why a cleaner community is a healthier community.
Charlotte Dingle goes to Windsor Castle to ask religious leaders gathering there what they are doing about climate change, and why faith is important in the struggle to save our planet.