On the tiny island of St. Paul, Alaska, marine debris is taking its toll on the ecosystem - especially the northern fur seal, a species of enormous cultural significance to the Unungan people who call this place home
In the beginning, people and the honey bees lived together, but people wanted a quiet life, as it was loud where the bees were. So the people moved on and created an oasis of their own, washing away the honey and with it, the scent give back to the bees.
Built by an ancient king, Kala Weja is a reservoir and nature reserve in north-central Sri Lanka. In the dry season, the emerging idle becomes home to a heard of about 60 elephants - several of which are 'tuskers'
Producer: Mahendra Perera
Director: Thivanka R Perera
Scientists and environmentalists work to try to keep open the Mayan Forest Corridor - a short and thinning strip of forest that connects Belize's two main national parks, both home to healthy Jaguar populations