Environment Shows

Animal Armageddon

Animal Armageddon

Animal Armageddon brings to life ancient worlds and prehistoric creatures doomed to destruction.
8 Episodes
Reel
Environmental Economics

Environmental Economics

Environmental Economics is a critically acclaimed series about the innovators and pioneers who envision a better quality of life on earth: socially, culturally, economically and ecologically.
6 Episodes
TVF Media
Devil Island

Devil Island

A group of Tasmanian Devils are hauled from the safety of captivity and released into the wilds of a remote island. If they can fend for themselves they might just save their entire species from extinction. But how will the island's teeming wildlife cope with the arrival of their new neighbours?
6 Episodes
ABC
Future Thinking

Future Thinking

Renowned inventors, scientists and futurologists describe the big idea that they want to solve and how it can transform the world.
6 Episodes
BBC Future
Dream Wrecks

Dream Wrecks

Shipwrecks have fascinated us for centuries, with their watery resting places enticing divers to explore our past. Dream Wrecks looks at some of those stories.
5 Episodes
Reel
Ben Cropp's Wild Australia

Ben Cropp's Wild Australia

Ben Cropp swapped spear gun for camera in 1962, after winning six Australian spear fishing titles and representing Australia at the world titles.
4 Episodes
Viewlorium
Backlight

Backlight

Dutch public broadcaster VPRO offers you impressive and award-winning travel series that will help you expand your view on the world.
3 Episodes
VPRO
Cyclone Tracy

Cyclone Tracy

On Christmas Day 1974, the eye of Cyclone Tracy ripped through Darwin, leaving the city in ruins. Over 100 people were killed, 20,000 were left homeless, and 80 percent of the city's buildings were destroyed. It was the worst natural disaster in Australian history. This highly acclaimed, three part mini-series depicts the events of that terrifying Christmas, celebrating the spirit and courage of the people who survived the devastation.
3 Episodes
Umbrella
Horizon

Horizon

Horizon tells amazing science stories, unravels mysteries and reveals worlds you've never seen before.
2 Episodes
BBC
Panorama

Panorama

The BBC's Panorama is the world's longest running investigative TV show, featuring interviews and reports on a wide variety of subjects.
2 Episodes
BBC
Arctic Dilemma

Arctic Dilemma

Iceland and Greenland are being severely affected by climate chnage. How will it affect the future of the islands and their people?
2 Episodes
Reel
Miracles

Miracles

Miracles is a series of epic tales of survival. Each episode features a remarkable and intriguing story of someone's fight against the elements, against time and their battle against death.
2 Episodes
ABC
Grainger’s World

Grainger’s World

Greg Grainger is an award-winning producer and presenter of topical travel and adventure documentaries, and wildlife programs, to remote and exotic locations.
2 Episodes
Viewlorium
Ancient Discoveries

Ancient Discoveries

Tantalising clues are making historians rethink the sophistication of ancient cultures. Explore ancient cars, superships, Egyptian warfare, ancient robots and more.
1 Episode
Reel
This Is

This Is

Cinematic snapshots of our favourite places.
1 Episode
ANYDOKO
World-Changing Ideas

World-Changing Ideas

Fascinating stories, need-to-know briefings and compelling video inspired by BBC Future's World-Changing Ideas event series.
1 Episode
BBC Future
Big Problems, Big Thinkers

Big Problems, Big Thinkers

Big Problems, Big Thinkers features acclaimed journalist Terre Blair interviewing an extraordinary group of leaders to find solutions to some of the most urgent challenges facing humanity.
1 Episode
Bloomberg
Outback Australia with Glenn Ridge

Outback Australia with Glenn Ridge

The Australian Outback has no specific boundaries. It’s a part of inland Australia where people are spread over vast distances and horizons extend without a fence or building. Where sun and rain can both sustain life, yet also take it through drought. It’s a place of immense beauty and its people are like no other in the world.
1 Episode
Viewlorium

Environment Episodes

'No major concerns' for welfare of beluga whale in Thames

'No major concerns' for welfare of beluga whale in Thames

The beluga whale spotted in the Thames for a second day in a row is "swimming strongly and feeding normally", the RSPCA has said.
1min
News, ,
Press Association
Oslo plans to get rid of cars from its city centre

Oslo plans to get rid of cars from its city centre

Oslo, the capital of Norway, is planning to get rid of cars and motorcycles from its city centre aiming to go green. It has eliminated parking spots, turned streets into pedestrian walkways and raised the price of congestion tolls.
1min
TRT World
Severe weather warnings as Storm Ali brings winds of up to 80mph

Severe weather warnings as Storm Ali brings winds of up to 80mph

Dangerous flying debris and travel cancellations are expected as the first named storm of the season brings strong winds of up to 80mph to the UK and Ireland.
1min
Press Association
Forecasters downgrade 'risk to life' threat of Storm Helene

Forecasters downgrade 'risk to life' threat of Storm Helene

Forecasters have downgraded warnings that Storm Helene could pose a risk to life when it hits this week - but warned coastal communities to stay vigilant.
1min
News, ,
Press Association
World's first recycled plastic boat departs Kenya

World's first recycled plastic boat departs Kenya

The world's first 100 percent recycled boat was built using over 10 tonnes of plastic waste. It sailed from Kenya's Lamu island for the first time on September 15.
1min
TRT World
Trump urges residents to obey mass evacuation order ahead of Hurricane Florence

Trump urges residents to obey mass evacuation order ahead of Hurricane Florence

President Donald Trump has declared states of emergency for three states, saying the US government is "absolutely, totally prepared" for Hurricane Florence.
1min
News, ,
Press Association
Why do storms have names?

Why do storms have names?

The Met Office and Met Eireann have announced the storm names for 2018-19. But why do we name them?
1min
Press Association
Plane flies through eye of Hurricane Florence over the Atlantic

Plane flies through eye of Hurricane Florence over the Atlantic

A 'Hurricane Hunter' operated by the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration flies through the eye of Hurricane Florence over the Atlantic.
1min
Press Association
Hurricane Florence seen from space

Hurricane Florence seen from space

Hurricane Florence has strengthened into a potentially catastrophic Category 4 storm as it closes in on North and South Carolina, carrying wind and water that could wreak havoc over a wide stretch of the eastern US coast.
1min
Press Association
Kerala monsoon floods: Thousands await rescue

Kerala monsoon floods: Thousands await rescue

Thousands of stranded people are waiting for rescue as relentless monsoon floods batter the south Indian state of Kerala.
1min
News, ,
Press Association
Jet drops fire retardant liquid on raging Orange County blaze

Jet drops fire retardant liquid on raging Orange County blaze

Firefighters in DC-10 air tankers on Monday attacked the fast-moving 'Holy Fire' with red-coloured fire retardant in an attempt to stop the blaze from advancing.
1min
Press Association
Wakanda - what the DR Congo could have been?

Wakanda - what the DR Congo could have been?

The Marvel film Black Panther presented an idealised version of a resource-rich, prosperous nation in Africa. Rich with natural resources such as uranium and diamonds, and in a fertile area of land.
4mins
News, ,
TRT World
No 'blood moon' for disappointed UK skygazers

No 'blood moon' for disappointed UK skygazers

Skygazers looking out for the rare "blood moon" lunar eclipse were left disappointed as clouds largely obscured the celestial phenomenon.
1min
Press Association
Hottest day of 2018 as public urged to avoid sun

Hottest day of 2018 as public urged to avoid sun

Sun worshippers in the UK have sizzled in the hottest temperature of the year so far, with a scorching 33.3C recorded in England.
1min
News, ,
Press Association
Stunning aerial footage of dolphins feeding off the coast of the Isle of Man

Stunning aerial footage of dolphins feeding off the coast of the Isle of Man

A photographer has captured stunning aerial footage of a pod of approximately 30-50 dolphins feeding between Port Erin and the Calf of Man on the south coast of the Isle of Man.
1min
Press Association
How an Ottawa music fest carefully relocated bird eggs

How an Ottawa music fest carefully relocated bird eggs

Ottawa Bluesfest organizers received a federal permit to move a killdeer and her four eggs to a nearby habitat, away from a cobblestone patch that would be directly under the main festival stage.
1min
Canadian Press
Sir David Attenborough backs animal welfare fund for advertisers

Sir David Attenborough backs animal welfare fund for advertisers

Sir David Attenborough is backing a fund calling on advertisers who use animals in their campaigns to contribute to conservation and welfare projects.
1min
Press Association
US quits 'biased' and 'hypocritical' UNHRC

US quits 'biased' and 'hypocritical' UNHRC

First the Paris climate accord and then the Iran nuclear agreement; now the US has quit the UN Human Rights Council. Standing with US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, the US Ambassador to the UN Haley said the UN body was biased against Israel.
2mins
News, ,
TRT World
Losing battle to clean up Mount Everest

Losing battle to clean up Mount Everest

Mount Everest, the world's highest peak, has become a rubbish dump thanks to decades of commercial expeditions.
1min
TRT World
Environmental Economics - A Sense of Place

A Sense of Place

Thanks to a progressive public transportation portfolio that includes train, streetcar, bus and aerial tram, the American city of Portland has become a global model of transit-oriented development.
TVF Media
Environmental Economics - The Limited Sky

The Limited Sky

Even if regional transportation becomes more efficient, people and goods will still need to travel the world. This episode looks at new technologies and policies that could offset the aviation industry's substantial greenhouse gas emissions.
TVF Media
Environmental Economics - Food Miles

Food Miles

Most foods now travel an average of 2,400km from farm to plate. As renowned author Michael Pollan elaborates, the impacts of this fossil fuel-driven system are detrimental to the environment, but also to our health and social wellbeing.
TVF Media
Environmental Economics - The Stream of Consciousness

The Stream of Consciousness

In 2003, the city of Seoul took a rare step back in time, demolishing a major downtown freeway to uncover and restore the ancient Cheonggyecheon stream. Now, it's a vital part of the city's commercial and tourism sectors.
TVF Media
Environmental Economics - Velo Liberte

Velo Liberte

Paris' ambitious Velo Liberte bike initiative encourages residents to forgo cars for bikes and public transportation. In the process, the programme has fostered a unique popular culture, complete with its own language, jokes and pick-up lines.
TVF Media
Environmental Economics - The Price of Traffic

The Price of Traffic

London is on a mission to transform itself into a transit-efficient and pedestrian-friendly megacity. Is this the shape of the future?
TVF Media
Aerial footage shows Hawaii lava flowing into ocean

Aerial footage shows Hawaii lava flowing into ocean

Video released by the US Geological Survey shows a steady flow of lava streaming from a fissure on the Big Island of Hawaii.
1min
Press Association
Backlight - Waste = Food

Waste = Food

Natural resources are being depleted on a rapid scale while production and consumption are rising rapidly in nations like China and India.
49mins
VPRO
Backlight - Regreening The Desert

Regreening The Desert

For more than 15 years, cameraman and ecologist John D. Liu has been working on his worldwide mission to green deserts and to restore biodiversity.
48mins
VPRO
Protesters perform stunt during Oxford-Cambridge boat race

Protesters perform stunt during Oxford-Cambridge boat race

Environment activists perform a stunt during the Oxford and Cambridge boat race in London. Protesters held a banner that demanded both universities commit to full divestment from fossil fuels and orange smoke was released, on Hammersmith Bridge.
1min
Press Association
Hemsby home teetering on cliff edge is torn down

Hemsby home teetering on cliff edge is torn down

Demolition workers have torn down a clifftop home that was on the brink of falling into the sea after a storm caused significant erosion.
1min
Press Association
Section of Norfolk clifftop home falls on to beach

Section of Norfolk clifftop home falls on to beach

Part of a clifftop home in Norfolk has fallen on to the beach below and 13 properties remain at "very high" risk of going into the sea as the sand below them erodes.
1min
Press Association
Norfolk homes on the verge of falling into the sea

Norfolk homes on the verge of falling into the sea

Thirteen homes on sandy cliffs have been evacuated amid fears they could topple into the sea, with a further two days of high tides and strong winds forecast. The residents of the properties in Hemsby, Norfolk, were forced to leave over the wee...
1min
Press Association
Half of plant and animal species at severe risk from climate change

Half of plant and animal species at severe risk from climate change

Up to half of plant and animal species in the world's most naturally rich areas, such as the Amazon and the Galapagos, could face local extinction by the turn of the century due to climate change if carbon emissions continue to rise unchecked.
1min
Press Association
Red weather warning as snow keeps falling

Red weather warning as snow keeps falling

Unrelenting snow has brought parts of Britain to a standstill, trapping motorists on roads overnight and threatening air, rail and road journeys across the country.
1min
Press Association
Frozen Britain: A night with London's homeless

Frozen Britain: A night with London's homeless

Dozens of outreach workers have stepped up efforts to help bring vulnerable rough sleepers in from the cold as the capital experiences its longest period of freezing weather for seven years.
2mins
Press Association
'Beast from the East' causes travel havoc

'Beast from the East' causes travel havoc

Heavy snow has caused more misery for travellers overnight - with the wintry weather disruption set to continue during the morning rush-hour.
1min
Press Association
Commuters disrupted by heavy snowfall across the UK

Commuters disrupted by heavy snowfall across the UK

Heavy snowfall and freezing temperatures are causing travel disruption on Tuesday morning as the wintry weather looks set to continue throughout the early rush hour.
1min
Press Association
Alaskans urged to seek shelter after earthquake prompts tsunami warning

Alaskans urged to seek shelter after earthquake prompts tsunami warning

An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 8.2 has struck off Alaska's Kodiak Island, prompting a tsunami warning for a large part of coastal Alaska and Canada's British Columbia while the remainder of the US West Coast was under a watch.
1min
Press Association
Running on Sunshine

Running on Sunshine

Based around the 2003 World Solar Challenge, Running on Sunshine is the story of an epic journey of 3,000 kilometres across the Australian desert. The documentary reveals the link between the famous event and the development of motor technology.
52mins
Technology, , , ,
AusIntPic
Tomorrow's Sun

Tomorrow's Sun

Follow the epic 3,000 km journey by 40 solar powered cars from 11 nations across the Australian continent. Based around the 1999 World Solar Challenge from Darwin to Adelaide, the documentary follows the fortunes of three solar powered cars.
54mins
Technology, , , ,
AusIntPic
This Is - This Is: Hong Kong From Above

This Is: Hong Kong From Above

Spectacular drone footage of Hong Kong.
1min
ANYDOKO
Cyclone Tracy - Cyclone Tracy - Part 2

Cyclone Tracy - Part 2

On Christmas Day 1974, the eye of Cyclone Tracy ripped through Darwin. Over 100 people were killed, 20,000 were left homeless, and 80 percent of the city's buildings were destroyed. It was the worst natural disaster in Australian history.
98mins
History, , ,
Umbrella
Cyclone Tracy - Cyclone Tracy - Part 1

Cyclone Tracy - Part 1

On Christmas Day 1974, the eye of Cyclone Tracy ripped through Darwin. Over 100 people were killed, 20,000 were left homeless, and 80 percent of the city's buildings were destroyed. It was the worst natural disaster in Australian history.
85mins
History, , ,
Umbrella
Cyclone Tracy - Cyclone Tracy - Part 3

Cyclone Tracy - Part 3

On Christmas Day 1974, the eye of Cyclone Tracy ripped through Darwin. Over 100 people were killed, 20,000 were left homeless, and 80 percent of the city's buildings were destroyed. It was the worst natural disaster in Australian history.
93mins
History, , ,
Umbrella
Grainger’s World - Heavenly Hawaii

Heavenly Hawaii

Heavenly Hawaii captures the mystery and allure of the islands of Hawaii in an expedition that embraces both culture and adventure.
52mins
Viewlorium
Ben Cropp's Wild Australia - Search for the Mystery Bomber

Search for the Mystery Bomber

Ben Cropp returns to a mystery bomber found in 2005 and identifies it as a B17 Flying Fortress that carried an American general who was lost in the crash.
52mins
Viewlorium
Outback Australia with Glenn Ridge - Australia's Lake Eyre

Australia's Lake Eyre

Australia's Lake Eyre is usually a barren salt lake, but a few times each century it fills with water and a miraculous transformation takes place.
51mins
Viewlorium
Ben Cropp's Wild Australia - Plight of the Pelican

Plight of the Pelican

Adventurer Ben Cropp documents the relationship between humans and the Pelican.
52mins
Viewlorium