Ecoflix Education: Geography

Ecoflix Education: Geography

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Ecoflix Education: Geography
  • Lara visits the Serengeti - Lions

    Episode 1

    Lara observers a pride of lions with 20 cubs

    Created by Lara Jackson, George Benjamin and Asilia Africa. To keep up with their work, follow them on Instagram @lara_wildlife | @georgetheexplorer | @asiliaafrica
    Web: www.larawildlife.co.uk | www.georgetheexplorer.com | www.asiliaafrica.com

  • Lara visits the Serengeti - Wildebeest

    Episode 2

    Lara observes part of one of the great migrations of the natural world - Wilderbeast crossing east Africa's Mara river

    Created by Lara Jackson, George Benjamin and Asilia Africa. To keep up with their work, follow them on Instagram @lara_wildlife | @georgetheexplorer | @asiliaafrica
    Web: www.lar...

  • Lara visits the Serengeti - Cheetahs

    Episode 3

    Lara observes a cheetah mother and her six cubs

    Created by Lara Jackson, George Benjamin and Asilia Africa. To keep up with their work, follow them on Instagram @lara_wildlife | @georgetheexplorer | @asiliaafrica
    Web: www.larawildlife.co.uk | www.georgetheexplorer.com | www.asiliaafrica.com

  • Lara visits the Serengeti - Elephants

    Episode 4

    Lara observes a family of elephants gathered by the side of lake

    Created by Lara Jackson, George Benjamin and Asilia Africa. To keep up with their work, follow them on Instagram @lara_wildlife | @georgetheexplorer | @asiliaafrica
    Web: www.larawildlife.co.uk | www.georgetheexplorer.com | www.asil...

  • Tamera (Spanish Subtitles)

    Episode 5

    Southern Portugal like many biomes has a fairly fragile hydrological cycle, and the trend for many years has been for the land to become dryer. the Tamera community wondered whether this was a natural situation and if there was something that could be done to heal the land. (Please note that the...

  • Homes For Hoppers

    Episode 6

    Eleanor is a 'big-bug' enthusiast and a PhD graduate who provides a personal account of her love for insects, and in particular her journey to re-introduce the Large Marsh grasshopper, back into the wild in the UK.

  • The Last Stand

    Episode 7

    THE LAST STAND examines the urgent race to save the world's last remaining ancient forests and stop global warming. This emotive documentary, using the flashpoint of British Columbia's "Battle for the Trees" at Fairy Creek, examines the importance of keeping intact forest ecosystems: in North Am...

  • Defending Mirador National Park

    Episode 8

    Mirador National Park in north-east Guatemala contains the largest remaining intact forest and wildlife habitat in Central America. The park is threatened daily by poaching, illegal land clearance and illegal logging.
    In the US Senate a bill has been proposed to give US$150 million over ten yea...

  • Dark Green Part 1: Alone in the Amazon

    Episode 9

    The forests of the Amazon have burned to nothing, but the locals say there are undiscovered destinations where life still thrives and is out there. Like a trip back in time to the earliest beginnings of the world, when the Earth was King.

  • Dark Green Part 2: The Conservation Story

    Episode 10

    The forests of the Amazon have burned to nothing, but the locals say there are undiscovered destinations where life still thrives and is out there. Like a trip back in time to the earliest beginnings of the world, when the Earth was King.

  • Eco TrailBlazers - Mahesh Bhatt

    Episode 11

    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

  • Eco Trailblazers - Lizzie Daly

    Episode 12

    Lizzie Daly is a conservationist, wildlife biologist and filmmaker from Wales.
    She is passionate about ocean conservation and the protection of wild spaces on land. Lizzie is a true advocate for the great outdoors.

  • Resilient Wind Power

    Episode 13

    Zephyr Power's wind turbines near Karachi provide much-needed renewable energy in Pakistan at the same time as restoring local mangroves; a Nature Based Solution that helps reduce the devastating impact of floods in the Indus delta and draw down CO2 from the atmosphere.
    Kumayl Khaleeli, CEO of Ze...

  • Reinvigorating Crops

    Episode 14

    Plants are essential to human survival, but the climate and biodiversity crisis means that 40% of all plants are facing extinction, and many of the food crops we rely on are struggling to adapt to the changing environment. Finding ways of helping crops become more resilient to extreme conditions ...

  • A Steppe Ahead

    Episode 15

    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.

  • The Lessons of the Loess Plateau

    Episode 16

    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...

  • Disappearing Souls

    Episode 17

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

  • Coral Reefs, The Lungs of our planet

    Episode 18

    An incredible secret underwater realm lies beneath our oceans. A rare and close-up view into some of the world’s most exotic marine species from moray eels, barracuda, corals, sharks, fish and pacific cleaner shrimp.