Economic interests are often pursued at the expense of the world's poor. Global 3000 reports on the Asian migrants picking fruit in Portugal; Indonesia's single sachet packaging problem, and a Brazilian startup which enables online trading in the favelas.
This documentary follows a former inmate of Guantanamo Bay as he searches for his tormentors. Once charged as a terrorist and twice exonerated, he seeks revenge in the most unexpected way: through forgiveness.
This week on Eco Africa we follow a young South African activist as he spends his weekends cleaning beaches and raising funds for local projects. We also see how mobile drying devices are being used to help farmers.
Big Chinese brand Nio hits the European market, German car tuners worry about what speed limits will stop their fun, and what's it like to be a taxi driver in one of the world's smallest places, Gibraltar.