Environment Documentaries

The Third Industrial Revolution

A Radical New Sharing Economy

The slow down in economic activity has increased dissatisfaction toward government institutions while germinating extreme political movements around the world. To make matters worse, scientists are predicting that global warming will produce a mass extinction of life on Earth.

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Troubled Waters

A Documentary About Overfishing

The oceans cover 71% of the surface of the earth and they provide us with the oxygen we need. Under the surface the oceans hold wonders we can scarcely imagine.

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Insecta: Science that Stings

Believe it or not: not everybody is grossed out by insects. There are many scientists who legitimately love and adore these critters.

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Fuming Felix

How Decades of Illegal Dumping Poisoned Italian Land and People

Campania is a scenic region located in southwestern Italy. The place is famous for the historic city of Naples, Mount Vesuvius, and its mouth-watering food..

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The Beast of Zone 3

Gold Rush Fever at Guatemala City's Deadly Dump

Guatemala is home to Central America’s largest city. This city is divided into 15 zones, but zone 3 is by far the most dangerous of all.

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Cry of a River

About 4,800 people die every day from waterborne diseases. The World Health Organization has determined that as much as 80% of the world’s illnesses are caused by people drinking water that is filled with harmful chemicals and toxins.

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Lions: The New Endangered Species?

A man steps out of a jeep somewhere near Pretoria, South Africa. He calls out a name and within seconds two large female lions trot towards him and throw their full weight against his body.

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A Simpler Way: Crisis as Opportunity

The history of industrialization has proven that limitless economic growth, advanced technology, and material affluence are the keys to financial prosperity.

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It’s a Pandaful Life!

How China Is Saving the Giant Panda from Extinction

Endangered species don’t have to become extinct if they receive good care. For instance, mother pandas can only rear one child at a time, yet they usually give birth to two. 

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The Living Forest

The concept of Kawsak Sacha (living forest) is not new; it’s just common sense. And the Kitchwa men and women know exactly why this is important.

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Keep the Coast on Your Left

Kayaking From LA to Tijuana To Fight Tuna Overfishing

These days, if you want to get your message across, you need to think outside the box. This is exactly what Andrew Szabo, an environmental activist and novice kayaker did.

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Dear Governor Brown

Stop Drilling California

California is best known for a healthy lifestyle, healthy environment, organic agriculture and being on the cutting edge of conservation. But very few people are aware that California is the nation’s third largest producer of oil and gas.

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Anthropocene

Like many other species, humans have always made an impact on the ecosystem. After all, we’ve all heard of locust and mice plagues.

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Beauties Save the World

Taking On The Silent Eco Threat From Plastic Microbead Pollution

A team comprised of 14 female researchers hop on a yacht and sail to the Caribbean. When they first made the announcement, there were many chuckles.

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Dear Governor Cuomo

Ban Fracking Now

Hydraulic facturing, also known as fracking, raised more debate in New York City than any other issue in recent history.  Since 2005, gas companies started leasing land in New York to frack. 

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Great Lakes, Bad Lines

Enbridge Oils Line 5 have become a reason for great concern. The twin lines, which measure 20 inches in diameter, are over six decades old and for many they stand for another disaster waiting to happen.

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Baikal Blues

Is Russia's Greatest National Treasure Under Threat?

Lake Baikal is the world’s oldest and deepest lake. It contains 20% of the world’s fresh water, and it is Russia’s biggest national treasure.

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Chevron vs. The Amazon

The environmental significance of the Ecuadorian Amazon cannot be overstated.  Its biodiversity is such that more species exist in the Amazon basin than anywhere else on Earth.

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Vanishing Point

Imagine being only six years old, waking up one day and being told you are going to leave your home and all the familiar places where you’ve played.

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Meltdown

The nuclear disaster that occurred in Chernobyl on April 26, 1986 continues to be the biggest nuclear accident in history. But what took place in Fukushima Daiichi on March 11, 2011 is a close second.

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Before the Flood

The Science Is Clear, The Future Is Not

In this documentary, United Nations Messenger of Peace Leonardo DiCaprio takes a three-year personal journey around the world with the intention of exploring the topic of climate change.

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VICE on HBO: Season 3

VICE is a documentary TV series that travels the world to uncover some of the most intriguing, often controversial, topics that often go uncovered by the mainstream media.

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The Knot: Deliberate Human Act

Many years ago Brazil was well known for its cocoa plantations. The southern state of Bahia had such a huge production of cocoa that it was known as the Cocoa Cultivation Region.

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DISOBEDIENCE

The Rise of the Global Fossil Fuel Resistance

The weather is increasingly going to extremes. It’s either the hottest it has ever been or the coldest. There’s either a devastating drought or sudden flooding.

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