Sceptical Landscapes

Professor Philip Stott embarks on a journey to explain his argument that our environment is always changing and that wildlife and humans will always adapt.

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20050710Professor Philip Stott embarks on a journey to explain his argument that our environment is always changing and that wildlife and humans will always adapt.

Philip goes back to his roots to uncover the bio-diversity of the brownfield sites of Greater Manchester.

Then News.

20050717Professor Philip Stott continues his journey, explaining his argument that our environment is always changing and that wildlife and humans will always adapt. He visits two places on the coast of south-east England to argue that sea level is never constant, and is not simply determined by changes to our climate.

Then News.

20050724Professor Philip Stott continues his journey, explaining his argument that our environment is always changing and that wildlife and humans will always adapt.

Philip reveals that, contrary to what we often hear, our bird population is doing better than might be expected - and in the most surprising places.

Then News.

200507314/5. Professor Philip Stott continues his journey, explaining his argument that our environment is always changing and that wildlife and humans will always adapt.

Philip travels to Lewes in East Sussex to reveal that there's nothing new about river flooding.

Then News.

200508075/5. Professor Philip Stott continues his journey, explaining his argument that our environment is always changing and that wildlife and humans will always adapt.

Philip visits the West Midlands and the Thames Gateway to celebrate the biodiversity of our former industrial waterways.

Then News.

20060619Professor Philip Stott embarks on a journey to explain his argument that our environment is always changing and that wildlife and humans will always adapt.

1/5. Philip goes back to his roots to uncover the bio-diversity of the brownfield sites of Greater Manchester.

Then News.

01012005071020060619Philip goes back to his roots to uncover the bio-diversity of the brownfield sites of Greater Manchester.
01022005071720060620He visits two places on the coast of south-east England to argue that sea level is never constant, and is not simply determined by changes to our climate.
01032005072420060621Philip reveals that, contrary to what we often hear, our bird population is doing better than might be expected - and in the most surprising places.
01042005073120060622Philip travels to Lewes in East Sussex to reveal that there's nothing new about river flooding.
0105 LAST2005080720060623Philip visits the West Midlands and the Thames Gateway to celebrate the biodiversity of our former industrial waterways.