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A historical manuscript penned by a medieval Norse poet. A mysterious code. Three intrepid explorers. A subterranean world filled with prehistoric creatures and proto-humans. These are some of the brilliant ideas that are superbly blended in A Journey to the Interior of the Earth by Jules Verne. Jules Verne, the French writer who created several works of science fiction, adventure stories and very popular novels, wrote A Journey to the Interior of the Earth in 1864. Some of his other books e ...
 
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Why is what we wear important for the planet? Fashion has a big price tag for the planet and for the people who make our clothes, in the latest #DownToEarth podcast find out how community, skills and sustainability could build a fairer fashion industry that keeps us in style. Meet Malika and Fatheha, two of the makers at FabricWorks, an organisatio…
 
Biodiversity, it's about more than just bees 🐝 In the latest episode of Down To Earth we're celebrating all the amazing plants, animals, bacteria and fungi evolved over millions of years which help to keep rivers clean and our soil healthy. Big thanks to the Agemmenon Otero, the brains behind Energy Garden and Ed Scott the Harvest Manager at Riverf…
 
How can we make the most of unused space in cities? As 68% of us are predicted to be living in urban areas by 2050, finding innovative ways to green cities is more important than ever. In this episode host Sarah Divall investigates the rise of green roofs in urban areas and how they're helping to reduce temperatures and flooding, as well as providi…
 
How can we make the most of our food? In this episode Sarah explores how we can reduce the 300,000 tonnes of food waste that's thrown away every year in the UK and support local communities at the same time. One answer is community fridges. She meets Shanthi Priyalatha, who runs the High Wycombe community fridge which redistributes surplus food to …
 
Did you know that 4/5ths of people in the UK rarely, if ever, get on a bike? As well as reducing air pollution and traffic on roads, cycling is great for people, improving health and strengthening communities. In the second episode of Down To Earth: The Hubbub Podcast, host Sarah Divall catches up with Sabeha Miah, a community worker in Tower Hamle…
 
Did you know there are 7 million people in the UK who don't have access to the internet? In the first episode of Down To Earth: The Hubbub Podcast, Sarah Divall investigates the issue of e-waste, which is the fastest growing waste stream in the world - generating fifty million metric tonnes a year, and discovers how we can protect the environment b…
 
Trailer for the brand new podcast from the environmental charity Hubbub presented by Sarah Divall. This series passes the mic to grassroots activists, communities and people who are working hard and making big changes for their neighbours and for the planet. Each episode will share a different story from a new voice across the UK and tell us about …
 
Stories featured on the program this weekTwo Mega Quakes Strike IndonesiaJapan Plans To Burn Highly Radioactive Materials NASA Confirms Consistent Increase In Number Of FireballsMt Etna Volcano Erupts Sixth Time This Year First Glaciers In Japan Have Been RecognisedForest And Wildfires From Long Island Test CrewsHail Stones The Size Of Balls Attack…
 
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