Scientists predicted the big chill and a year with no
spring. Our response will be harder to predict says CIWEM executive
director, Nick Reeves
Erika Yarrow talks to Jaap Flikweert of Royal
Nigel Couzens describes how collaboration between an
environmental consultant and the Environment Agency has enabled new
life to be breathed into a derelict industrial area
Defenders of the countryside are 'selfish nimbies',
opponents are 'mindless vandals'. This screaming match must stop
says CIWEM executive director Nick Reeves
The government's commitment to shale gas exposes a
gaping hole in plans to meet the UK's carbon emissions targets says
CIWEM executive director Nick Reeves
role and importance of faith groups within the environmental
movement is gaining increasing interest, albeit slowly and
fragmented. Joanna Rowe explores this development in specific
relation to the Abrahamic faiths
Erika Yarrow talks to Johan De Fraye of CH2M
Erika Yarrow talks to Adam Kingdon of i2O
Faisal Raza Khan reports from Kashmir, a region that is
facing increasing water scarcity
MWH is developing its global network by setting a
company standard for employees who wish to pursue a professional
qualification. Erika Yarrow reports on the environmental
consultancy's work and how it is supporting new graduates in
Rick Callahan reports on the development that is
worrying scientists in the US about the long term future for
rootworm resistance hybrids
Danica Kirka highlights the public transport challenge
that will accompany the London Olympics
Evelyn Kahungu visits the shores of Lake Turkana to
investigate plans to build Africa's biggest wind farm
In our second feature marking 25 years since the
Chernobyl disaster, Jahan Hoggarth, discovers the hope that the
charity, Chernobyl Children's Life Line, is providing victims of
the environmental and humanitarian tragedy.
Giving a presentation at CIWEM's annual conference,
artist and activist, John Jordan, challenged delegates'
preconceptions and generated heated debate about everything from
the privatised water industry through to sponsorship and the impact
of REDD on indigenous populations. Erika Yarrow caught up
with him to discuss the impact that art can have on the
environmental movement, what the creative arts can bring to
activism and the BP/Tate debate.
REDD (Reduced Emissions for Deforestation and Degradation) is a UN proposal to pay developing countries for preserving forests and, in so doing, helping to reduce global carbon emissions. Rod Harbinson, head of the Panos London environment programme talks to indigenous groups and conservationists. This audio report is available courtesy of Panos London.
Erika Yarrow talks to the Chair of the Environment Agency.
Erika Yarrow talks to the artist and Director of Cape Farewell.
Erika Yarrow talks to the renowned authority on climate change.
Climate change is most frequently presented as a problem with a possible solution, but one that will cause pain and cost money. But this need not be the case. Erika Yarrow met Satish Kumar and learnt that a sustainable future could not only be safer for both ourselves and the planet, but offer a way of life that is healthier, happier and more spiritually fulfilling.
Sam Bowyer talks to Erika Yarrow about culture, climate change and the new on-line museum that is opening up access to environmental art.
Erika Yarrow talks to the renowned eco-architect.
Erika Yarrow talks to the leading photographer.