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Restoring the Earth: The Age of Nature episode 3

Restoring the Earth: The Age of Nature episode 3: We visit Bhutan, Poland, Antarctica, Australia and Indonesia to learn just how much carbon can be stored by nature. By restoring forests, mangroves, seagrass meadows, and most importantly biodiversity, we can help nature draw down the excess carbon from the atmosphere and slow climate change.     From the tropical island of Borneo to the ice sheets of Antarctica, global warming is changing our planet faster than ever before, but we’re…

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Restoring the Earth: The Age of Nature episode 2

Restoring the Earth: The Age of Nature episode 2: Taking in visits to the USA, China, Scotland and South Africa, this episode explores the connections within and between ecosystems. Documentary series about nature's resilience. Even the smallest species can impact an ecosystem. And when a species finds itself in the wrong place, it can have a devastating effect.     Discover how a single species can influence a landscape, from tiny fireflies to iconic wolves, and how planting trees can…

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Restoring the Earth: The Age of Nature episode 1

Restoring the Earth: The Age of Nature episode 1 - Documentary series about nature's resilience. How ecosystems devastated by human impact can be revived and become sustainable for future generations.     Visiting Bikini Atoll, Panama, Norway, Mozambique and China, we discover the extent of nature’s resilience and how ecosystems devastated by human impact can be revived, how human prosperity is dependent on the natural world and how when working within nature’s limits, resources can be maintained for future generations.…

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The Dust Bowl
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The Dust Bowl

THE DUST BOWL chronicles the worst man-made ecological disaster in American history, when a frenzied wheat boom on the southern Plains, followed by a decade-long drought during the 1930s, nearly swept away the breadbasket of the nation. Menacing black blizzards killed farmers' crops and livestock, threatened the lives of their children, and forced thousands of desperate families to pick up and move somewhere else. The Dust Bowl - The Great Plow Up part 1     In the early twentieth…

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