How landowners have cropped out 'access islands' - isolating thousands of unspoilt natural landmarks across England and Wales - from the rest of the public.
Artists are pushing sewage into the spotlight, closing the distance between politicians and pollution. Their work - from surfboards made of shit to the sewer transformed into a tropical paradise - reveals how nature, a vital source of inspiration, is being corrupted by greed and apathy.
Centuries of Danish and Canadian colonialism and a sweeping European ban on seal products have left Inuit societies reeling. Now, some are working to reclaim a pride of place for their culture - and to invite the world to experience it first-hand.
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