Preview: Climate Change: Ade on the Frontline

Climate Change: Ade on the Frontline - Ade Adepitan
Ade Adepitan looks into how we can turn the tides of climate change. Photo: BBC

The world is being changed. The water, air and earth are shifting more radically than they ever have before, and more quickly than nature has the resources to keep up with. Journalist and Gold-Winning Paralympian Ade Adepitan travels to places on the front of climate change that are being hit the longest and hardest, to see what is occurring.

He documents the changes and destruction happening in these areas of the world; however, he also scours the globe to find solutions for fixing climate change – which is not a lost cause.

The world can be saved, and Ade is looking to show us the best ways to do it. He begins in the Solomon Islands, then down the east of Australia – from the Great Barrier Reef to Tasmania. He sees the missing islands in the Solomons, and faces the terror of bushfires. In Tasmania, he finds a region that is almost entirely powered by renewable energy.

Climate Change: Ade on the Frontline – Sunday at 6pm on BBCTwo