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  • Beavers without Borders

    Beavers used to be an integral part of the UK landscape but they were pushed t extinction over 400 years ago, hunted for their meat, oils and fur. With the loss of this species came the loss of balance and ultimately a less resilient environment. Restoring beavers helps with UK climate change and...

  • Beneath New Zealand: Mountains & Caves

    New Zealand's alpine environment reflects the powerful influence on the tectonic and erosive forces. The collision of continental plates is pushing the mountains upwards while the landscape is being torn down and sculpted by the effects of snow, ice, wind, water and seismic events.

  • KURT

    A tiny crustacean 'KURT" translated as Brine Shrimp, that makes flamingos pink, is kept in novelty aquariums as a sea monkey and is a major component of the growing global aquaculture industry. It is now one of the only living creatures left in the Aral sea.

  • Child of the Cenote

    A female free-diver embarks on an underwater journey throughout the underwater caves of the Mexican Yucatan Peninsula, called Cenotes. She follows the light that shines within the deepest and darkest part of the caves only to discover something she least expects. This entire film was shot free-di...

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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 and accomplished civilisations that the world has ever seen. Their history illustrates the impacts the humans have head on the earth. Degra...

  • Nipalensis: When Nature Goes Wrong

    The Spanish imperial eagle is one the the rarest animals on the planet. On the brink of extinction, the last specimens they live on the Iberian peninsular surrounded by strict protection measures. Its population is distributed by the areas where rabbits are most abundant, which constitutes the ba...

  • 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.

  • Tamera (Spanish Subtitles)

    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...

  • Tarangire: Our Heritage, Our Future

    A Tanzania People and Wildlife Production in association with Ngoteya wild. Yamati Lengai was born in Manyara which borders the Tarangine National Park, and is a conservationist who is championing the heritage and the future of the park. The area was declared a wildlife reserve in 1957 and in 197...

  • Saving the Last Tuskers

    Imagine a planet without Elephants? They are the gardeners of the ecosystem. Tsavo, Kenya is an ecosystem in itself, the park covers 22,000 square kilometers. and if the mega herbivore was not there, then there it would get covered in wooded vegetation very quickly. This allows other animal speci...

  • Australia's Wild Treasures: Episode 5

    Australia is home to some of the Earth's most spectacular natural wonders that provide a haven for enchanting creatures. Through the lives of Australia's unique animals, this incredible series explore the jewels in the continent wild crown.

  • Australia's Wild Treasures: Episode 6

    Australia is home to some of the Earth's most spectacular natural wonders that provide a haven for enchanting creatures. Through the lives of Australia's unique animals, this incredible series explore the jewels in the continent wild crown.

  • Saving Kauai's Seabirds

    The Hawaii islands are one of the most isolated island chains in the world, the species here have evolved into an incredible array of organisms that have helped shape the landscape. Sadly the challenges of the arrival of humans, Hawaii is now known as the worlds extinction capital. As populations...

  • Pepperwood: Rising From The Ashes

    Pepperwood is on a path to provide that provides a significant benefit to plants, people and animals. Its mission is to inspire conservation through science, as a living laboratory to measure weather, water and all the ecosystem indicators. It also services as an education centre where people of ...

  • The Story of Pema

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

  • Vanrakshak - Protectors of the Paradise

    The magic of these jungles attracts both tourists and sadly poachers, this film is dedicated to those 'protectors', who would do anything to protect the delicate ecological balance that these precious jungles provide.

  • Keepers of the Shy Place

    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

  • Kala Wewa

    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

  • Melita - The Native Honey Bee

    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.

  • The Last Stand

    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...

  • Eco-System Adaption

    Scientific consensus tells us that human civilisation is facing potential catastrophic impacts from an ever changing climate. The risks include risks include sea level rise, extreme and erratic weather events, food insecurity, conflict, migration and war. Many of the most vulnerable people who b...

  • Real Wealth

    The world is facing multiple problems, we have bio-diversity loss, climate change, desertification, food insecurity, poverty and the threat of financial collapse. There are two conversations that are on-going, one, from the western world about economics and technology solutions, and the other in ...