In the Peruvian Andes, 140 kilometres from Lima, the river Cañete gushes forth in the middle of the valley. Close to the river’s source, terraced crops stretch as far as the eye can see. Plants and ancient varietie...> more
The second biggest tributary of the Rhine, the Mosel features some wonderful nature and an outstanding wine region along its banks.
How would you like your Cow? Plump? Hornless? Producing lactose-reduced or insulin-enriched milk?
Are biopesticides - micro-organisms that fight pests naturally – the promise of a chemical-free agriculture? Farmers all over the world are converting to biopesticides, stimulated by scientific research that is opening up...> more
According to several IQ studies, our intelligence is declining as populations grow. Why should that be? And is IQ an adequate measure of human intelligence - the amazing faculty that has enabled us to achieve dominion over natu...> more
What is consciousness? Where do our thoughts come from? What are the connections between mind and matter? Even today, no one knows the answers. Human consciousness - the small inner voice that says "I", through which ...> more
Through the correspondence between the actress Marion Cotillard, a climate change activist, and Marinel, a young Filipino, we explore the coasts left devastated by one of the greatest natural disasters ever recorded on the isla...> more
Nestled in the heart of the Himalayas, the small kingdom of Bhutan has decided to do away with “the dictatorship of Gross Domestic Product” and economic growth at all costs. A new wealth indicator has now become the...> more