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Conifer Wood from the Fiemme Valley in the Italian Alps
Conifer Wood from the Fiemme Valley in the Italian Alps

For many people, the Italian Alps are intimately connected with winter sports. But the rich woodlands of the Fiemme Valley have another resource: the wood of the region's conifer trees has been used for musical instruments.

Cahora Bassa Dam Affecting the Life Downstream
Cahora Bassa Dam Affecting the Life Downstream

The Cahora Bassa Dam is affecting the life of fishermen and farmers downstream of the Zambezi river. The solution that has been proposed, is to repair the natural flooding of the river.

Changes in Global Weather Patterns: Floods in Orissa, India
Changes in Global Weather Patterns: Floods in Orissa, India

The changes of the global weather patterns are affecting the whole world. The people of Orissa in India suffered from floods and these weather changes.

Dam Related Problems in Mozambique
Dam Related Problems in Mozambique

The changes of the global climate reveal new dam related problems. Earth Report visits Mozambique to see whether large dams will stand the test of time under the growing extremes caused by global warming.

Exploiting the Water Resources of Lesotho
Exploiting the Water Resources of Lesotho

Poverty-stricken Lesotho lacks the gold, diamonds and fertile farmland of its neighbor South Africa. But in return, it possesses a resource that prosperous South Africa badly needs - water.

How Conservation Programs Affect the Maasai People
How Conservation Programs Affect the Maasai People

The Maasai used to see land as a common resource, but the new type of ranching is based on the privatization of land. A group of Maasai from Kenya moved to Lake Magadini in Tanzania to water their herds. But the lake is getting smaller.

How Mountains Affect the Coastal Areas and Coral Reefs
How Mountains Affect the Coastal Areas and Coral Reefs

The degradation of mountain environments has a profound effect on other ecosystems, such as the coral reefs.

Life in the Highlands of Ethiopia
Life in the Highlands of Ethiopia

In Ethiopia, nearly two thirds of the population live in highland areas 3,000 meters above sea level. For generations, people have been subsistence farmers, depending on land for their survival.

Life of Mountain Dwellers Peru
Life of Mountain Dwellers Peru

For mountain dwellers it’s not the lack of oxygen that takes their breath away, it’s the lack of food. Because of the distance from markets, it is also difficult to trade modest surpluses that would enable farmers to enter the cash economy.

Oil Spills in Ecuador Due to Oil Pipelines
Oil Spills in Ecuador Due to Oil Pipelines

Ecuador is a country dominated by the Andes mountains. They now form the backdrop to a big environmental controversy. A new pipeline is being built by the giant multinational consortium known as OCP (Oleducto de Crudos Pesados).

Protesting Against Building a Dam in the Orissa Area
Protesting Against Building a Dam in the Orissa Area

In Suktel Valley, India, a new dam project is planned which will submerge one of the few remaining forest areas in Orissa. The local people harvest wild tobacco leaves, which form a key to their income. Should the dam be built, they will lose everything.

Addressing Development Issues During the World Summit
Addressing Development Issues During the World Summit

Each country in the World Summit, big or small, has a chance to address the panel for seven minutes. It's a nightmare for the delegates to cram in all the issues they want to discuss.

After the Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster
After the Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster

Sixteen years after Chernobyl, Earth Report asks whether returning people to their homes, where levels of radioactivity are, for example, one hundred times that of the UK, is a risk worth taking.

Agreements of the World Summit in Johannesburg
Agreements of the World Summit in Johannesburg

Earth Report sums up the agreements of the World Summit in Johannesburg and goes back after two months to see whether there were any changes.

Farming Problems in Gorno-Badakshan
Farming Problems in Gorno-Badakshan

Villages of Gorno-Badakshan are at risk from avalanches. Across the river at the border with Afghanistan, there are farmers with the same soil and the same problems. They often belong to the same families, but they have none of the solutions.

Green Living Architecture in the UK
Green Living Architecture in the UK

Beddington Zero Energy Development (BedZED) tries to achieve real sustainability. BedZED has rigorous, integrated plans for green transport, energy efficiency and conserving water.

Influence of Participants of the World Summit in Johannesburg
Influence of Participants of the World Summit in Johannesburg

Because Norway isn't a part of any block, they have the opportunity to push for solutions during the World Summit in Johannesburg

Involving Rural People in Development of Tajikistan
Involving Rural People in Development of Tajikistan

One of the first development agencies to start work in Tajikistan, beginning already in 1992, was the Mountain Societies Development Support Programme, a part of the Aga Khan Development Network.

Malnutrition in Mountain Communities
Malnutrition in Mountain Communities

In some mountain communities, such as the Amhara region of Ethiopia, the difference between being poor and being among the poorest of the poor is ownership of an ox and plow - and your gender.

Modern Sustainable Life in the UK
Modern Sustainable Life in the UK

Earth Report looks at sustainable living in and around London. At the Millennium Eco Village, eco-friendly living meets innovative design and architecture.

Official vs. Unofficial World Summit in Johannesburg
Official vs. Unofficial World Summit in Johannesburg

Nearly a billion people across the world live on less than a dollar a day. The Summit was supposed to be about improving their lives. But some groups representing the poorest in society felt that their concerns were not represented.

Radiation Refugees of Belarus
Radiation Refugees of Belarus

Thousands of people were relocated to Minsk, the capital of Belarus. 50,000 flats in high rise blocks were provided for the evacuees. Old people especially have found it difficult to adapt to city life; many of them are scared to go out.

Spread of the Chernobyl Radiation
Spread of the Chernobyl Radiation

Radioactive contamination was also spread in the river system and through the food chain. Chernobyl is on a tributary of the Dnieper River. The water supply is now radioactive, as are the plants, and the animals that eat them.

Unique Plants Species in Mountain Areas
Unique Plants Species in Mountain Areas

Mountain ecosystems are the original source for a number of the 20 plant species that now supply 80 percent of the world's food. The more common these foods become, the more important it will be to preserve the wild relatives of many of these plants.