Asbestos, climate change, 5G, coronavirus - the public is caught in a battle for the truth. Science is being manipulated and undermined to sway opinion and create doubt. What are the mechanisms behind it all?
"They said they would shoot me in the leg so I couldn't dance anymore." The brutal threat Syrian dancer Ahmad Joudeh received from the terrorist organization "Islamic State" forced him to flee his home in Damascus.
More and more young women in Jordan are breaking with traditional roles. Wearing headscarves and boxing gloves, they enter the ring to spar. Training to fight isn't just sport: it also teaches defense against violence and oppression.
On this week's Eco Africa, discover how Andean animals improve soil in South Africa, learn how printing a 3D beehive can help the little pollinators survive and get your hands dirty with vertical farming.
For 500 years, Transylvania's Gábor people have held onto their values and rituals. This film explores the insular world of the Gábor Roma, and asks whether they can maintain their traditional lives in a globalized world.
Urban migration is speeding up as people seek jobs and opportunities in our ever-growing cities. The challenges in making these urban centers sustainable continue to mount. So what can we do to make life in cities better for everyone?