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  • Toki Tales

    Thirty years ago the toki, also known as the iconic crested ibis, became extinct in the wild in Japan. Dedicated scientists have since, with some difficulty, managed to breed the last remaining birds in captivity and to return their off-spring to the wild

  • Eco TrailBlazers - Mahesh Bhatt

    Mahesh Bhatt is a vet with a passion for wild animals - he has worked extensively with cheetahs in east Africa and with elephants in south Asia

  • High Plains Wild

    Rising from the plains are massive buttes. lies a world of short-grass prairies, pine woodlands, and mountain mahogany shrubland. On top of these massive buttes lives a rare species of big-horned sheep, Once wiped out, this species is now thriving in this rich landscape.

  • A Steppe Ahead

    Can an ambitious conservation plan save the underdeveloped Eastern Mongolian Steppe's, the last bio-region of its type, from development ruin? Filmmaker John D. Liu travels to Mongolia to find out.

  • Darius Fisher - Sekem's Future with John D Liu

    in 1977 an incredible project was born, 60 miles northeast of Cairo. The transformation was to make the desert, bloom with new trees, medicinal plants and food crops. Seken now stands as an incredible mile stone in peaceful collaboration, teaching humanity and society what we can achieve when we ...

  • The Lessons of the Loess Plateau

    The people of China's Loess Plateau were some of the earliest adopters of settled agriculture, approximately 10,000 years ago. They worked hard and over time built the most accomplished civilisations that the world has ever seen. Their history illustrates the impacts the humans have had on the ea...

  • Soil Food

    China's Loess plateau, one of the poorest regions in the country. a land renowned for floods, mudslides and famine. There is a hope however, the hope of change for the better. This documentary covers over 15 years worth of change, for an ambitious project - a new landscape on a vast scale, transf...

  • Finding Common Ground

    Planet Earth provides us with air, water, food and energy - all that is necessary for life to flourish but human beings have begun to alter the earth and increasingly we are experiencing the consequences. Ecological restoration is the great work of our time.

  • Hope in a Changing Climate

    This is China's Loess Plateau, until recently this was one of the most poorest regions in the country. A land renowned for floods, mudslides and famine, but with the fanfare comes the hope of change for the better. They have successfully transforming a baron landscape into a green and fertile one.

  • Women of the Gobi

    Since the collapse of communism, the people of the Gobi have had to be more self-reliant and the women have emerged as leaders of new communities called Nukhaluls. The communities' accomplishments are inspiring others, spreading a grass roots democratic movement that is pioneering people-centered...

  • Line in the Sand

    In Alashan, a remote region of grassland or steppe in the Mongolian Autonomous Region of China, the desert is growing by 1000 square kilometres per year. Fifty years ago there were 50 springs in the area, three rivers and 800 small lakes.
    Today, sand dunes roll across the plain and the springs, r...

  • Stop Extinction

    Human impact is driving the mass extinction of life on earth - over a million species, plant and animal, are in the verge of extinction.
    In the last 50 years 80% of Asia'a forests and 50% fo the Amazon have been destroyed - what remains is essential the survival of the earth's surviving species i...

  • Battle for Borjomi

    Borjomi Kharagauli is the Republic of Georgia's oldest and largest national park - it is home to most of the endangered species of the Caucuses. Logging, hunting, trapping and intimidation are the main issues that the park's rangers face.

    NGO Global Conservation is working with the park author...

  • Sabah's Lost World

    Home to pygmy elephants, clouded leopards, orangutangs and many other species, the Damai World Heritage Site in Sabah, Malaysian Borneo is one of south-east Asia’s last areas of pristine rain forest

    NGO Global conservation is fighting back with their partners.
    Their goal is no cut, no kill prot...

  • The Tigers of Thap Lan

    With help from Global Conservation and WCS Thailand, tigers are now returning to Thap Lan National Park in central Thailand. Increased security and more efficient monitoring has enabled tigers to return to their former habitat, now a much safer place.

    NGO Global Conservation is dedicated to to ...

  • South-East Asia's last forests

    NGO Global Conservation is focused on saving the last 5% of Asia’s intact tropical forests

  • Crisis in Cambodia's Cardamon Mountains

    NGO Wildlife Alliance and Cambodian National Park Rangers team up to protect the wildlife and forests of south-east Asia's least explored mountain range

  • Wildlife SOS: Snores of Freedom

    The snores of the beloved elephants at #WildlifeSOS echo all around as they sleep comfortably in their enclosures - Education and Conservation Officer, Shivam Rai, takes us on a walk around the Sanctuary

    Director of photography - Joe Callahan

  • Wildlife SOS: Highlights of 2021

    See some of the #Wildlife SOS favourite moments of 2021, and don't miss the closing message by CEO and Co-Founder Kartick Satyanarayan

    Director of photography - Joe Callahan

  • Wildlife SOS: Elephant Sanctuary

    Join the elephants at the Elephant Conservation and Care Center on their morning walk which takes them out into the plains - We also are with one of the elephants as a veterinarian works on his feet and tumors in his skin

    Director of photography - Joe Callahan

  • Wildlife SOS: Sloth Bears

    Sloth bears at the Agra Rescue Facility, northern India - morning feeding and a scheduled medical treatment

    Camera: Joe Callahan

  • Disappearing Souls

    Filmed in the disappearing low land rain-forests in Borneo, we see the effect on local wildlife including the endangered Orangutans that populate it.

  • The Story of Pema

    The breath-taking story of a young Tibetan nomad and her epic seasonal journey across the mountains of Amdo Region.

  • Borneo Ocean Diaries

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    Join Alex Alexander as she explores the rich waters around her native island - Borneo