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In this new episode of "Down to Earth", we head to Senegal, where only three out of five households have access to electricity.
Unlike other industries, the price of clothing has gone down over the last few decades, but at what cost?
The world’s population is set to rise to 10 billion by 2050 and the large majority will live in cities. It means fewer resources to be shared among many. So how will we feed...
2016-04-01 Zika virus
In a matter of months the Zika virus has gone from a relatively unknown ailment to what the World Health Organization now calls a "global emergency". The mosquito-borne virus is...
In this new season of Down to Earth, we look at the UN Global Goals for Sustainable Development: 17 objectives to make the world a fairer, healthier and better place to live by...