Chris Fitch

As the global supply of water comes under increased strain, regional instability leaves Jordan stuck between a rock and a hard place
Among the Himalaya region, which along with most of the rest of the planet is steadily warming, there lies an aberration which is allowing glaciers in the area to remain stable, even grow in size, rather than melt and shrink
Beijing looks set to welcome to its streets an innovative method of combating air pollution
The rapid spread of Asian hornets is likely to make them a regular sighting in the UK over the coming years

Antarctica – End of the Earth

New documentary travels to remote Antarctica to unpack the complex science behind climate change
An epic journey alongside the nomadic crew of the Infinity is one of many films on the line-up for the 2017 Ocean Film Festival World Tour

Gibraltar: Borderline Blues

As the 50th anniversary of Gibraltar’s historical 1967 sovereignty referendum approaches, could recognising an emerging Gibraltarian identity be a solution to the territory's dilemma?
Vice President and climate action advocate Al Gore returns with the sequel to his high-profile, award-winning 2006 film, An Inconvenient Truth
The historic end of civil war in Colombia has had unforeseen consequences for the country’s natural environment, particularly the Amazon rainforest
Clive Hamilton is an Australian author and Professor of Public Ethics at Charles Sturt University in Canberra. His latest book is ‘Defiant Earth’, an analysis of the Anthropocene

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