Flying was once the preserve of the rich and leisured, now most of us can afford to fly - and are doing so in increasing numbers. However, this love affair with flying comes at a cost - and we all need to ask ourselves whether we should give up flying.
Should I Give Up Flying? takes a new look at air tourism and its impact on the environment, which should help viewers make up their minds about their own flying habits.
EVERYTHING'S COOL is a "toxic comedy" about the most dangerous chasm ever to emerge between scientific understanding and political action - Global Warming.
The good news: America finally gets global warming; the chasm is closing and the debate is over. The bad news: the United States, the country that will determine the fate of the globe, must transform its fossil fuel based economy fast, (like in a minute).
9/11: Toxic Legacy examines the environmental fallout of September 11, the resulting health dangers, and what this means for people working and living in downtown New York. What are the implications for the next disaster? Will we be prepared?
September 11 2001 was a day of many incredible and shocking stories: stories of survivors, stories of heroes. But there was one story that people didn't want to face. The story of the people who began to jump from the World Trade Center just minutes after the first plane hit. Their images were caught on videotape and in photographs, but soon they were never seen again, as if they had never existed.
Among those pictures is one of the most unforgettable images from 9/11 - a photograph of a falling man, frozen in mid air, his body perfectly parallel with the twin towers of the World Trade Centre.
The photo ran in newspapers across the world the following day, and should have remained one of the defining images of that terrible event. Instead, it was erased from history.