Global 3000

Global 3000

People in industrial countries and, increasingly, in the emerging economies are subjected to constant temptation from consumer goods. But at what cost? "Fast fashion" and similar phenomena generate one thing above all: surpluses.

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Blue-collar workers are paying the price for China's economic growth and technological progress; a South African entrepreneur is boosting inclusion for wheelchair-users.

Global 3000

The descendants of Africans who were enslaved and brought to the US return to their ancestors' continent. Bees give Americans in the Coal Belt new hope. And at an informal settlement in the Kenyan capital, residents try to bring life back to the Nairobi River.

Global 3000

This week's show is all about food. In industrialized countries, millions of tons of it are thrown away every year, while elsewhere people are malnourished or starving. In city gardens in Quito, the poorest are now gaining access to fresh produce.

Global 3000

Global 3000