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In Serbia, climate change forces a new reality

In Serbia, temperatures are rising and extreme weather events means both flooding and severe droughts. For those who make their living off the land and sea, climate change is forcing a new reality.  


Mission possible? Saving North Macedonia's vultures

Widespread use of poison is threatening the vulture population in this Macedonian national park. Enter Tome, a man with a mission. Can he save the ecosystem?  


Reclaiming the sands of a dead sea

There were once over 1,100 islands scattered across the extensive waters of the Aral Sea in Kazakhstan. Decades of agricultural misuse created an environmental catastrophe.  


Women rangers to the rescue

Brave women rangers from Tajikistan aim to save snow leopards from extinction.  


Welcome to paradise

This new national park boasts waterfalls, hiking tracks, and ecological guest-houses.  


Father mountain provides

In Azerbaiajan's Caucacus mountains, families are turning beekeeping into a wider businesses and saving the environment in the process.  


Goal 15: Life on hand


The grass is greener in Armenia

Communities refuse to let climate change put them out to pasture.  


The land of milk and honey

Kuralbay is one of many bee farmers from the Karakalpakstan region in Uzbekistan, a region close to the Aral Sea. With the environmental challenges brought on by the lake’s collapse, it has been a…  


Made in Kosovo: when organic hits a ceiling

Organic farming is blooming but various obstacles makes it a difficult business to be in.  

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