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October Rebellion 2019

October Rebellion 2019

BBC Radio Bristol 20 September 2019: Realistic net-zero goals, individual action and the need for system change [from 2hr10min]

BBC Radio Bristol 20 September 2019: Realistic net-zero goals, individual action and the need for system change [from 2hr10min]

BBC 5 Live interview on the environmental benefits of travelling by train rather than flying on holiday


COOL CLIMATE

BBC RADIO 5 LIVE WITH NICKY CAMPBELL

Did Ethiopians really plant 350 million trees in a single day? And if they did, could an approach like this actually save the planet from a climate catastrophe?
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Unseasonable weather disorder

The effect of the hottest ever recorded February on Britain’s wildlife.

The relatively new science of phrenology examines how changes to the advent of spring effects the emergence of plants, insects, mammals and birds and their orchestrated reliance on one another for survival. The unseasonably hot February has disrupted this sequence with long-term repercussions.

WORDS: Alexandra Jellicoe