Living on the Edge - We are living in a rapidly warming world and the coastline is first in the firing line. So how is coastal wildlife affected and how are seabirds suited to deal with the new, warmer conditions?
Coral reefs are among the most species-rich ecosystems on our planet and among those most threatened by global warming. On the Caribbean island of Curacao, two biologists are testing a new scientific approach to make corals more resilient for the future.
A celebration and exploration of the people and communities conserving and restoring Britain's natural habitats and the wildlife that inhabit them - because if we step back and let nature take over, wonderful things can happen.