Published: Tue, 6 Dec 2016 22:14:33 GMT
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Thu, 1 Dec 2016 18:55:00 GMTNavajos battle uranium pollution in the United States, a Peruvian farmer sues a German energy giant for climate change, Kenyan fishermen face industrial competition from abroad, and South Korea's traditional divers could soon be a thing of the past.
Thu, 24 Nov 2016 18:55:00 GMTWe get a taste for Italy's rare 'white gold' truffles, sample some fresh veggies grown under the sea, and ponder purity while sipping on a pint of German beer.
Thu, 17 Nov 2016 18:55:00 GMTCalls for climate action, is it time for civil society to take the lead? Plus, the tragic tale of how a yellow cedar tree became a piano solo.
Thu, 10 Nov 2016 18:55:00 GMTWhat a Trump victory means for climate policy, why big data could transform renewables, and how a tiny town became the vanguard of Germany's energy revolution.
Thu, 3 Nov 2016 18:55:00 GMTAs the Paris Agreement comes into force ahead of the COP22 climate conference in Marrakesh, DW asks the experts where the world is at with its ambitious climate goals.
Thu, 27 Oct 2016 17:55:00 GMTWe take a close look at conservation efforts around the world - and find where there's conservation, there's usually conflict.
Thu, 20 Oct 2016 17:55:00 GMTFrom recycling apps to slum toilets - Living Planet takes a look at some innovative solutions to tackling waste and pollution.
Thu, 13 Oct 2016 17:55:00 GMTGerman "kohlfahrts" and chocolate dreams - why food matters.
Thu, 6 Oct 2016 17:55:00 GMTOur Earth has a fever! Can she sweat it out, now that there's a new doctor - the climate pact?
Thu, 29 Sep 2016 17:55:00 GMTAs delegates convene at the CITES conference in South Africa, Living Planet takes a close look at the global problem of illegal wildlife trade.
Thu, 22 Sep 2016 12:15:00 GMTHundreds of tons of toxic waste were illegally dumped in Ivory Coast in 2006. Ten years on, locals there are still feeling the effects of the contamination. Plus, Poland's fight against killer weeds and the challenge of keeping the remote Arctic clean.
Thu, 15 Sep 2016 12:53:00 GMTFrom paving paradise to recreating it, we go back to Eden.
Thu, 8 Sep 2016 13:34:00 GMTClimate change forces indigenous Kuna to leave their island – Fossil fuels are a bad investment, says the Climate Tracker Initiative – Do we have to stop growing to survive? And is woman-power the way forward to save our wild animals from extinction?
Thu, 1 Sep 2016 14:37:00 GMTThe weird and wonderful ways that people in Germany are living sustainably.
Thu, 25 Aug 2016 12:05:00 GMTFrom disaster recovery to tackling deforestation, we explore how green tactics are being used around the world.
Thu, 18 Aug 2016 14:02:00 GMTFrom criminal minds to blood-sucking vampires, we uncover the dark side of the animal kingdom.
Mon, 15 Aug 2016 09:11:00 GMTBy 2050, it's expected there'll be some 9 billion mouths to feed globally. We hear how people around the world are striving for food security, albeit in sometimes curious ways.
Thu, 4 Aug 2016 13:46:00 GMTIs Olympics host Brazil being fair to its indigenous people? Canadian First Nations fight to keep condominiums off a site they consider to be sacred - and a look at the planet's giant eco-footprint on Earth Overshoot Day.
Thu, 28 Jul 2016 11:33:00 GMTChimps, gardeners of the forest, meet old friend Jane Goodall – tree-lovers in Scotland replant the Highlands –sustainable agroforestry brings a better life to villagers in India – and Canadian kids visit a rainforest.
Fri, 22 Jul 2016 12:31:00 GMTThis week we take a dip into the turbulent waters of debate over the post-Brexit future of the British fishing industry, and Rio's polluted Guanabara Bay, where locals warn Olympic sailors will be racing through raw sewage. Plus, how Finland is turning to its choppy seas for reliable green power, and what the EU is doing to protect its marine ecosystems.
Thu, 14 Jul 2016 14:44:00 GMTThis week, we plunge into the ocean around the globe, sailing out to coral reefs in Hawaii, swimming with sharks in South Africa and testing the thickness of the sea ice in Arctic Canada. And DW talks to studio guest Susan Avery, renowned scientist and expert on the ocean.
Thu, 7 Jul 2016 11:17:00 GMTNot enough food to eat, no clean air to breathe, too much traffic and dirty, polluted water - July 11 marks World Population Day. Join Living Planet in taking a look at the challenges of ensuring the survival of the more than 7 billion people on the planet.
Thu, 30 Jun 2016 11:40:00 GMTIt's a special focus on climate change in the developing world as we report on the European Development Days. We meet the musicians bringing people together through music for sustainable use of the world's longest river. Conference-goers tell us what climate change really means for them. And we interview the president of Mauritius on how climate change is affecting this island nation.
Thu, 23 Jun 2016 11:00:00 GMTMigratory birds fly millions of miles on a regular basis between their breeding grounds and their winter quarters. BirdLife International estimates that at least 25 million of them, including endangered species like waterfowl, songbirds and raptors, are killed illegally every year around the Mediterranean Sea. Now a brand-new intergovernmental task force has been established to stop this practice.
Thu, 23 Jun 2016 11:00:00 GMTAround 200 different frog species have disappeared in recent decades, and many more are critically endangered. Conservationists are fighting hard to save more of the amphibians from extinction. One of them is a 10-year-old girl from England, who is trying to protect the lemur leaf frog.
Thu, 23 Jun 2016 11:00:00 GMTAt the southern-most tip of New Zealand, conservationists have spent the last few months working day and night to save the world's heaviest – and strangest – parrot, the kakapo. There are only 123 birds left in the world. The "parrot of the night" is nocturnal and breeds only every few years. This year's chicks are having their genome sequenced to save the birds from extinction.
Thu, 23 Jun 2016 10:58:00 GMTIllegal wildlife trade is currently one of the world's most lucrative criminal activities. Elephants are amongst the best-known victims, slaughtered for their ivory tusks. But customs officials in the African country of Kenya have brought in their own four-legged task force to sniff out ivory being smuggled out in luggage at Nairobi international airport.
Thu, 23 Jun 2016 10:36:00 GMTOn this week's Living Planet, we'll meet some of the world's rarest and exotic creatures, which are under threat of extinction - from the New Zealand kakapo bird to the lemur leaf frog. We'll find out why so many of our species are under threat - and what can be done to save them.
Thu, 16 Jun 2016 12:01:00 GMTWith Australia and Britain preparing to head to the polls, we find out if the future of the Great Barrier Reef is a concern for voters down under, and ask whether Britain's natural habitat would be safer in or out of the EU. Plus, why Poland is moving backward on wind energy.
Thu, 16 Jun 2016 11:59:00 GMTAustralia's east coast was recently devastated by storms and flooding, and the iconic Great Barrier Reef is under a major threat from coral bleaching. But as the country gears up for a national election on July 2, do these environmental issues feature in Australia's election campaigns? We talk to Sydney-based journalist Esther Blank.