Butterflies as agents of change within a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve
How school children and their inspiring teacher created an extraordinary reserve for butterflies in the heart of their campus – and have gone on to use butterflies as flagships for conservation from Sussex to Ghana.
Want to hear more from Dan Danahar? He participated in a live Q&A about how we can save species at 8pm on Thursday 1 April.
Climate strike campaigner Junayd Islam sets out how young people are responding positively to the ecological crisis facing our planet. What are the aims of the movement, what has it achieved so far, and what are its plans as we look to the future? Screening from Monday 29 March.
RSPB's Global Conservation Director, Martin Harper, takes us on a journey around the UK showing how Europe's largest conservation charity is working with industry, local communities and government to restore nature at scale. Screening from Saturday 3 April.
Butterflies are probably the most visible part of our insect fauna. This talk explains why creating new habits for butterflies can also create new habitast for a host of other very special organisms.