Our world is facing imminent crisis. Increasingly extreme weather is becoming the norm for millions across the globe. In this timely series Professor Siwan Davies, an expert in ancient climates, investigates how climate change is affecting lives and landscapes, from Greenland to Uganda and from Costa Rica to the Maldives.
With glaciers melting and sea levels are rising around the world, Professor Davies travels to Greenland and the Maldives to learn more about the causes and effects of the climate change we are experiencing today.
Professor Davies travels to Uganda and California to examine the cataclysmic impact deforestation, drought and fires have had on the local and wider communities.
Costa Rica and Norway are worlds apart when it comes to climate and culture but both are striving to become world leaders in sustainability. Professor Davies travels the world visiting people, communities, politicians and scientists on the way to learning what plans are in place to secure a successful and sustainable future for the planet.