DocFilmIt’s in the Air - The World of Aeroplankton
It's a fascinating voyage of discovery, into the microscopic worlds that populate the Earth's atmosphere. A multitude of insects, seeds, pollen and bacteria - known as ‘air plankton’ -- live in the layer of gases and water that protects our Earth.
BusinessWhy is the West so desperate to compete with China's solar sector?
China controls the majority of the global manufacturing process for solar energy - a stark contrast to its position 15 years ago, when Europe was the sector's unchallenged leader. The reason? A heavily subsidized industry and lots of government financing. As well as a sharp decline in costs for consumers. But Western nations decry an unfair market advantage.