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Shared Planet – What is sustainability?

Updated Tuesday, 30th July 2013

This week's episode asks if it is possible for seven billion people to live with nature in a sustainable way.

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Earth from space Creative commons image Icon Earth from Space / CC BY 2.0 under Creative-Commons license Monty Don presents Shared Planet, the series that looks at the crunch point between human population and the natural world.

In this week's programme we have a report from Gloucestershire on the waxing and waning of Eel populations.

Jonathan Porritt, one of the founders of the sustainability charity Forum for the Future will be in the Shared Planet studio to explore the issues and the wider implication of sustainability.

Listen to Shared Planet

You can listen to this episode of Shared Planet on BBC Radio 4 at 11:00am on Tuesday 30 July 2013. More information and a link to listen again can be found on the Radio 4 website.





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