ClimateCast with Tom Heap
Broadcaster and journalist Tom Heap investigates the biggest environmental stories and issues with guests and Sky News correspondents.
Our national parks - Great for people, not for nature?
What's the catch in our fishing practices?
Will synthetic fuel drive us towards a greener future?
Waste not, want not: Can we be nudged towards a sustainable diet?
What does 50C do to the human body?
The wind turbine giving power to the people
All aboard: Can Hydrogen decarbonise our roads?
Why is AI keeping an eye on puffins?
Electric cars: Why aren’t more people buying them?
Should the UK drill for new oil and gas during the climate crisis?
The campaign to close Britain’s last open cast coal mine
Are sleeper trains a genuine alternative to flying?
Don’t save the (honey)bee
Heat networks: Is this how your home will get heated in the future?
Climate Activism: Increasingly effective, or increasingly annoying?
'A damp fizzle, not a big bang': Unpacking the UK's climate strategy
'Worry is good, fear is bad’ - getting the climate message across
Dead Wood: Why were hundreds of thousands of trees left to die?
Hydrogen homes: The village of 'guinea pigs'
Heat around peat: The controversy facing Scotland's carbon sink