Global 3000

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.

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The world has a ravenous appetite for meat. We produce five times as much as we did 60 years ago. This lucrative - and cut-throat - business causes suffering not only to the animals transported to slaughter, but also to the workers in meat factories.

  • 2020-08-05T18:00:00-07:00
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Global 3000

The image of the lifeless body of three-year-old Alan Kurdi shook the world. The fate of this young Syrian gained global attention in a way that the plight of millions of other refugees has not. Five years on, we speak to his father and aunt.

Global 3000

The coronavirus has the world in its grips. The World Health Organization has warned that the worst is yet to come on the African continent. Lockdowns are already causing widespread hunger and poverty there.

Global 3000

Global 3000 examines the end of the protest movement in Hong Kong, everyday racism in Germany and the dwindling oases of Morocco.

Global 3000

Global 3000