Humans have a remarkable capacity for imagination and invention, enabling us to think beyond the present and unravel the most complex problems. But, in the face of a planetary crisis, we can only achieve meaningful change if we work collaboratively and act globally. This series showcases some of the organisations and innovators who are driving that change.
Join us as we explore aspirational solutions for change, sharing stories that serve as a blueprint for our future – one where we can exist in harmony with nature.
Rising to protect species, from insects to the flowers they pollinate
Harvesting nature’s medicinal gifts
How responsibly gathering plants can benefit nature and local communities.
How seeds can help repair our climate
Creating resilient forests by collecting wild seeds to restore native ecosystems.
Better bee care and crop yields with science
Farmers turn to pollination experts to give their bee populations a boost.
California, United States
Producing the food of tomorrow
Tasteful solutions to hotel food waste
The hotel program using creative food presentation to reduce waste.
Innovation could tackle bee mite problem
Innovation targets the Verroa mite, a leading cause of honeybee mortality.
Georgia, United States
Mexican coffee community embraces nature
Addressing deforestation with community-based alliances and regenerative agriculture.
How businesses are competing with the climate clock
The low-waste beekeepers of Togo
How honey and beeswax led to financial independence for beekeeper Agoro.
Affem Bossou, Togo
Restoring forests to combat climate change
A Ugandan community tackles climate change caused by deforestation.
Kagombe Central Forest Reserve, Uganda
Setting a new standard for manufacturing
This company gives a second life to a neglected resource: chopsticks.
The communities repairing vulnerable ecosystems
Protecting the Copalita River from pollution
Sustainably managing the Copalita River which connects more than 800 villages.
Restoring mangroves to regenerate wetlands
Restoring Mai Po’s wetlands could inspire similar projects around the world
Mai Po, Hong Kong
Rebuilding life saving mangrove forests
The community restoring mangrove forests with the help of technology.
Sabak Bernam, Malaysia