With in-studio guest Rosie Wong, from Australians for a Democratic Honduras.
Rosie was on the show at the end of March speaking about the different forms of repression happening since the military coup in 2009 and what this meant for environmental concerns.
We hear more from Alfonso, a psychologist who opposes the coup, and Rosie speaks with Gilda from Protection without Borders, Honduras (Ovaries in Resistance) - to mark the two years since the coup.
We also look at how granting nature similar legal rights to that of people and animals is being used in Ecuador to allow for the greater protection of land. Third Degree's Simon Unwin speaks to Peter Burdon, campaigner with Friends of the Earth who is completing his PhD in Earth Jurisprudence.