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Unpunished ocean pollution, searching for ′Lithium Valley′ & when hydrogen dries up

We reveal an environmental crime that is contaminating the world's oceans and going largely undetected. We also hear about California's bid to turn an environmental disaster zone into a lithium goldmine. Plus, how extreme drought is thwarting Morocco's plans to become a pioneer of green energy.
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Crude awakenings: Oil on the delta, spills in the Russian Arctic and revolts in the boardroom

As the world gets more serious about shifting away from fossil fuels, the future for oil looks tenuous.

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Freedom, farming and food security

Across the world, people are having to rethink the way they grow food in the face of the impacts of climate change and industrial agriculture.

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Women protest Niger Delta oil pollution

After decades of oil pollution, women especially have suffered the consequences of serious pollution, and the health problems associated with it. But they are now leading the movement to change that.

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Chilean citizens fight for water rights

Despite its location straddling the Andes and the Pacific Ocean, Chile is facing water scarcity, due in part to climate change-related drought.

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Long-suffering, indispensable trees

Trees are often seen as something to be chopped down for economic gain or cleared to make way for development. But without them, scientists warn, humanity loses an important lifeline.

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Fossil fuel′s last gasp?

As more countries seek to phase in renewable energies, coal retains a firm grip in many parts of the world.

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