Sri Lanka’s national parks are home to some of the planet’s most endangered wildlife and plants. But they’re under constant threat from logging and agriculture. The key to their survival is carefully managed tourism.
People have been living in the southern islands of the Outer Hebrides for about 8,000 years. They have created a sustainable farming landscape able to support people and nature. Yet their lives are changing. Many people on these islands were fishermen but over-fishing has forced them to find new ways to make a living.