Environment Shows

Environmental Economics

Environmental Economics

Environmental Economics is a critically acclaimed series about the innovators and pioneers who envision a better quality of life on earth: socially, culturally, economically and ecologically.
6 Videos
TVF Media
Future Thinking

Future Thinking

Renowned inventors, scientists and futurologists describe the big idea that they want to solve and how it can transform the world.
6 Videos
BBC Future
Ben Cropp's Wild Australia

Ben Cropp's Wild Australia

Ben Cropp swapped spear gun for camera in 1962, after winning six Australian spear fishing titles and representing Australia at the world titles.
4 Videos
Viewlorium
Backlight

Backlight

Dutch public broadcaster VPRO offers you impressive and award-winning travel series that will help you expand your view on the world.
3 Videos
VPRO
Grainger’s World

Grainger’s World

Greg Grainger is an award-winning producer and presenter of topical travel and adventure documentaries, and wildlife programs, to remote and exotic locations.
2 Videos
Viewlorium
This Is

This Is

Cinematic snapshots of our favourite places.
1 Video
ANYDOKO
World-Changing Ideas

World-Changing Ideas

Fascinating stories, need-to-know briefings and compelling video inspired by BBC Future's World-Changing Ideas event series.
1 Video
BBC Future
Outback Australia with Glenn Ridge

Outback Australia with Glenn Ridge

The Australian Outback has no specific boundaries. It’s a part of inland Australia where people are spread over vast distances and horizons extend without a fence or building. Where sun and rain can both sustain life, yet also take it through drought. It’s a place of immense beauty and its people are like no other in the world.
1 Video
Viewlorium

Environment Videos

Pink ice spotted in Alpine glacier fuels concerns over accelerated melting

Pink ice spotted in Alpine glacier fuels concerns over accelerated melting

Scientists are investigating the appearance of pink ice in an Alpine glacier in northern Italy – looking at the relationship between algae growing inside it and climate change.
Euronews
Crop-killing locust swarms spotted across three continents

Crop-killing locust swarms spotted across three continents

East Africa, South Asia, and now South America: three continents are suffering plagues of locusts. The swarms of insects have been devastating food supplies.
Euronews
France promises €8bn to bail out struggling car industry

France promises €8bn to bail out struggling car industry

French carmakers have seen a 90% drop off in sales since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic.
Euronews
Carbon emissions have dropped under lockdown. Will it make a difference?

Carbon emissions have dropped under lockdown. Will it make a difference?

Scientists say the reduction is likely to be only a “drop in the ocean” when it comes to turning around decades of climate change, but environmentalists are hopeful it will encourage a broader shift towards green energies.
Euronews
Coronavirus lockdown halts climate activists’ international journey

Coronavirus lockdown halts climate activists’ international journey

Rosie Watson and Mike Elm set off for a cross-continent journey on foot and bike to meet those tackling the climate crisis. But the coronavirus pandemic left them stranded in Kosovo.
Euronews
How worried should we be about the ‘murder hornet’?

How worried should we be about the ‘murder hornet’?

Its sting is very painful and potentially deadly. The Asian giant hornet has been spotted for the first time in the United States, where it threatens local bees and the farmers that depend on them.
Euronews
A tale of two penguins

A tale of two penguins

Jonathan Watts visits Antarctica with a team of scientists to look at how human activity and rising temperatures are creating winners and losers among penguins – and why this should be a warning to us all.
The Guardian
Earth Day at 50: 'No nation is getting it right,' activists say, as global event moves online

Earth Day at 50: 'No nation is getting it right,' activists say, as global event moves online

Environmentalists will come together today to demand greater action to protect the planet.
Euronews
COVID-19: Lifting Lockdowns__Digital

COVID-19: Lifting Lockdowns__Digital

As Wuhan and other countries in Europe begin to ease lockdowns and restrictions, many U.S. citizens are becoming antsy as to when they will be able to go back to work.
Stringr
Zoom Issues Exposed

Zoom Issues Exposed

Zoom and other video conferencing platforms have been the targets of hackers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Stringr
How To Overcome Burnout

How To Overcome Burnout

It's common to feel burned out from time to time, but falling into a vicious cycle can cause you to feel exhausted, cynical, detached, and unproductive.
Stringr
Chernobyl: the people who risked the radiation to return to their homes

Chernobyl: the people who risked the radiation to return to their homes

After the world's biggest nuclear accident Euronews talks to the people who decided to return to their homes despite the radiation risk
Euronews
COVID-19: Good For The Environment?_Digital

COVID-19: Good For The Environment?_Digital

Across the world millions of people are staying home and have changed their lives to distance themselves from others. As a result, the environment has started to recover from years of emissions and disruption caused by daily human life.
Stringr
1min
COVID-19: Good For The Environment?_Untracked

COVID-19: Good For The Environment?_Untracked

Across the world millions of people are staying home and have changed their lives to distance themselves from others. As a result, the environment has started to recover from years of emissions and disruption caused by daily human life.
Stringr
1min
Somalia and East Africa threatened by locust plague

Somalia and East Africa threatened by locust plague

The U.N. has warned that Somalia and the rest of east Africa may soon be facing a severe locust plague.A report by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations says that young locusts are threatening pastures and crops in Somalia.
Next Animation Studio
Supertornado: Anatomy Of A Megadisaster

Supertornado: Anatomy Of A Megadisaster

May 22, 2011, the costliest tornado in American history struck Missouri. carving a mile-wide swathe of destruction. Scientists descended on the city to find out what made this tornado so destructive.
TVF Media
44mins
Online Shopping Could Be Worse For The Environment

Online Shopping Could Be Worse For The Environment

Analysts claim that online shopping is worse for the environment due to the large volume of smaller orders.
Stringr
Will green technology kill Chile's deserts?

Will green technology kill Chile's deserts?

The Atacama in northern Chile is the driest desert in the world, and may be the oldest.
The Guardian
12mins
It's snowing iron on the Earth's core

It's snowing iron on the Earth's core

It is snowing iron at the Earth's core because molten iron crystalizes in the outer core before the substance sinks downwards, according to a study published in JGR Solid Earth.
Next Animation Studio
1min
Major quake shakes swimming pools in Miami and Caribbean

Major quake shakes swimming pools in Miami and Caribbean

A major earthquake struck south of Cuba on Tuesday, sending shockwaves as far as Miami and sparking panic in the Cayman Islands where it ripped open sinkholes, but did not do serious damage to people or property, initial reports said.
Reuters
1min
Microplastics In Fish

Microplastics In Fish

Microplastics are being found in an increasing amount of marine life and the full extent of their danger is not yet known.
Stringr
ALL WE WANT IS OUR CHILDRENS' BODIES!

ALL WE WANT IS OUR CHILDRENS' BODIES!

FORMER Lily Mine workers and affected families want to find the remains of the three trapped miners.
24.com
Epic effort saves rare Prehistoric pine trees from Australia bushfires

Epic effort saves rare Prehistoric pine trees from Australia bushfires

Australia's Wollemi Pines survived the dinosaurs, and now firefighters have nursed them through the country's worst bushfires in generations to live another day.
Reuters
1min
Dramatic video shows bushfires turning day to night in Australia

Dramatic video shows bushfires turning day to night in Australia

Guardian Australia's Mike Bowers sends back footage from Yaouk Road as a fire front approaches on Saturday afternoon – more than three hours before sunset
The Guardian
1min
How To Protect Yourself From Gym Germs

How To Protect Yourself From Gym Germs

Fitness centers are full of germs and bacteria because of the warm and sweaty environment. Here are a few simple ways to avoid gym germs.
Stringr
Is Christmas destroying the planet?

Is Christmas destroying the planet?

A UK researcher gives Euronews top tips on how to make your Christmas dinner - and the holiday period generally - more sustainable.
Euronews
How Does Negativity Bias Affect You?

How Does Negativity Bias Affect You?

As humans, we are hardwired to give more importance to negative experiences than positive or neutral ones. This is called negativity bias.
Stringr
Middle Earth: the fight to save the Amazon's soul

Middle Earth: the fight to save the Amazon's soul

In the heart of the Amazon rainforest, an alternative climate conference is taking place that brings together youth activists, indigenous leaders, scientists and forest dwellers.
The Guardian
SCHOOL CASH FOR RUBBISH!

SCHOOL CASH FOR RUBBISH!

Artist Luke Rudman created his costume from plastic waste collected in Nelson Mandela Bay
24.com
Fears New Zealand volcano could erupt again

Fears New Zealand volcano could erupt again

Recovery operation on hold as tremors increase around the volcano where a group of tourist died in an eruption on Monday.
Reuters
2mins
Maori leader says volcano tragedy 'sad time' for New Zealand

Maori leader says volcano tragedy 'sad time' for New Zealand

Local Maori community leader Pouroto Ngaropo said on Tuesday the recent White Island volcano eruption that killed six people was a "sad" time for New Zealand.
Reuters
1min
Inside the mission to create an army of Greta Thunbergs

Inside the mission to create an army of Greta Thunbergs

Melanie Harwood is an education entrepreneur and self-styled 'disruptor', who has partnered with the United Nations to educate teachers about climate change.
The Guardian
15mins
Tourist captures New Zealand volcano eruption

Tourist captures New Zealand volcano eruption

At least five people are now confirmed to have died after a volcano erupted off the east coast of New Zealand's North Island, police confirmed on Monday.
Reuters
1min
New Zealand volcano erupts

New Zealand volcano erupts

A New Zealand volcanic island spewed a massive eruption while dozens of tourists were exploring it on Monday. The site was still too dangerous hours later for police and rescuers to search for the missing.
Associated Press
1min
Shenzhen, China

Shenzhen, China

There’s no denying that Shenzhen fosters innovation and entrepreneurship. But does that make it a smart city? Host Jason Pomeroy finds out.
TVF Media
23mins
Barcelona, Spain

Barcelona, Spain

Home to the architectural works of Antoni Gaudi and the footballing feet of Lionel Messi, this week Smart Cities travels to Barcelona.
TVF Media
24mins
Songdo, South Korea

Songdo, South Korea

In the pilot episode of Smart Cities, architect Jason Pomeroy visits one of the world’s pioneering smart cities - Songdo, South Korea.
TVF Media
23mins
Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Smart Cities, travels to Amsterdam, where the Dutch have a very relaxed view about technology.
TVF Media
23mins
Higashimatsushima, Japan

Higashimatsushima, Japan

Architect Jason Pomeroy travels to Higashimatsushima in Japan, the hardest hit city of the Japan earthquake and tsunami of March 11, 2011.
TVF Media
24mins
Bandung, Indonesia

Bandung, Indonesia

How does the smart city of Bandung harness the power of social media? Architect Jason Pomeroy is about to find out.
TVF Media
23mins
Singapore

Singapore

Better living, stronger communities, and opportunities for all – this week on Smart Cities host Jason Pomeroy comes home to Singapore.
TVF Media
23mins
Ahmedabad, India

Ahmedabad, India

Can a smart city be inclusive? Can it improve the lives of all it’s people? Architect Jason Pomeroy travels to Ahmedabad to find out.
TVF Media
23mins
What is the Green New Deal?

What is the Green New Deal?

The climate crisis is the biggest global threat that humanity faces.
The Guardian
6mins
Divers' concern over WWII-era ammunition at bottom of Lake Geneva contradicts Swiss government

Divers' concern over WWII-era ammunition at bottom of Lake Geneva contradicts Swiss government

Explosive discovery: bombs, grenades and shells are sleeping at the bottom of Lake Geneva
Euronews
Inspire Middle East : l'industrie mondiale au service du développement durable

Inspire Middle East : l'industrie mondiale au service du développement durable

L’Organisation des Nations unies pour le Développement Industriel a tenu pour la première fois sa conférence aux Emirats Arabes Unis.
Euronews
5 Ways to Save Our Oceans

5 Ways to Save Our Oceans

Our oceans are the lifeblood of our lonely planet, so it's important that we do everything we can to protect it from ourselves.
24.com
1min
US Midwest, Northeast hit by Arctic blast

US Midwest, Northeast hit by Arctic blast

An Arctic blast pummeling the northern United States on Monday is forecast to break more than 400 cold-temperature records in the next 48 hours.
Reuters
1min