This summer, Greece was ravaged by thousands of wildfires, fanned by the country’s worst heatwave in decades. The hardest hit was Greece’s second-largest island, Evia. The Greek government blamed climate change for the blazes, which destroyed huge swathes of forest. Bethany Bell, who reported on the fires this August, returns to Evia to see how people are dealing with the consequences of the catastrophe.
Current affairs documentary reporting on issues around the world.
Airdate: 5 Nov 2021
Network: BBC World News
Country: United Kingdom