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  • Bangladesh is one of the countries most seriously affected by climate change. It is constantly battered by cyclones, coastal surges, overflowing rivers and violent downpours. Climate refugees from across the country are pouring into the capital, Dhaka. How can this intense pressure on the country’s capital be eased?

  • WHITE WATER BLACK GOLD follows adventurer David Lavallee on his three-year journey ...
  • ... is important for the area's biodiversity and for the water supplies of all three countries. Central America's three biggest rivers ... change is putting pressure on the ecosystem and its water reserves. Sustainable farming methods could protect the region's ...
  • "White Water Black Gold" follows adventurer David Lavallee on his three-year journey ...
  • ... the elements mined from the Owens Valley, silver and water , to the emergence of the film industry. Silver mined from the Owens ...
  • ViewChange: Using the power of video to tell stories about real people and progress in global development. Created by Link TV with support by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

  • Join Charlie and the explore.org team as they visit with combat vets in Sun Valley, Idaho and witness the connection between nature and healing.

    The episode features an interview with Christian Ellis, the story consultant who helped compose "Fallujah," an opera composed about the Iraq war experience.

  • ... is rapidly approaching, a casualty of the drought and “ water wars” in the Southwest. California's largest lake—the Salton Sea in ... and salt levels drastically increased due to mandated water transfers to metropolitan areas along the California coast and other ...
  • ... Urban Latin Dance Theater, is making works that deal with water , challenging audiences to confront issues surrounding the element. A ... Dance Theater , is making works that either deal with water or that actually take place in and around the wet stuff. One such ...
  • (Episode 17) In the wake of Hurricane Katrina, the citizens of New Orleans' Lower 9th Ward weren't about to watch their community disappear, even as government officials at all levels turned a blind eye to their anguish. This story profiles community leaders fighting to rebuild the neighborhood sustainably, and the outsiders - including renowned architect Bob Berkebile and organizations Global...

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