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Running to save the world: the campaigners pushing their bodies to the limit for the environment

Mina Guli is running 200 marathons in a year to raise awareness about water; Lewis Pugh swam across the Red Sea for climate change action. Meet the campaigners pushing their bodies to the limit in the hope of changing the world

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Running to save the world: the campaigners pushing their bodies to the limit for the environment

Mina Guli is running 200 marathons in a year to raise awareness about water; Lewis Pugh swam across the Red Sea for climate change action. Meet the campaigners pushing their bodies to the limit in the hope of changing the world

Running to save the world: the campaigners pushing their bodies to the limit for the environment

Mina Guli is running 200 marathons in a year to raise awareness about water; Lewis Pugh swam across the Red Sea for climate change action. Meet the campaigners pushing their bodies to the limit in the hope of changing the world

How can innovation help solve the freshwater crisis?

The water we drink and use to wash and irrigate our crops is precious, and becoming ever more so due to climate change. The World Economic Forum’s UpLink platform wants to hear from you if you have innovative ideas on how to tackle the problem.

How can innovation help solve the freshwater crisis?

The water we drink and use to wash and irrigate our crops is precious, and becoming ever more so due to climate change. The World Economic Forum’s UpLink platform wants to hear from you if you have innovative ideas on how to tackle the problem.

COP27: what to expect from the climate summit

As COP27 begins in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt, Radio Davos looks at the main themes, and talks to the head of climate action at the World Economic Forum about the role of business.

COP27: what to expect from the climate summit

As COP27 begins in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt, Radio Davos looks at the main themes, and talks to the head of climate action at the World Economic Forum about the role of business.

Radio Davos Podcast Club: ‘Zero’ from Bloomberg Green

Zero is a new podcast from Bloomberg Green which looks at climate change and how we might use policy, technology and investment to achieve the huge reductions in greenhouse gas emissions needed to avert the worst of global warming.

Radio Davos Podcast Club: ‘Zero’ from Bloomberg Green

Zero is a new podcast from Bloomberg Green which looks at climate change and how we might use policy, technology and investment to achieve the huge reductions in greenhouse gas emissions needed to avert the worst of global warming.

Life on Mars and the birth of the universe: why space exploration is vital to humanity

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Humans are about to return to the Moon, and are working on a mission to Mars. Former NASA chief scientist Ellen Stofan explains why space exploration is so important for humanity. And why it can help us protect our 'pale blue dot' of a planet.

Life on Mars and the birth of the universe: why space exploration is vital to humanity

 • 45 minutes

Humans are about to return to the Moon, and are working on a mission to Mars. Former NASA chief scientist Ellen Stofan explains why space exploration is so important for humanity. And why it can help us protect our 'pale blue dot' of a planet.

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