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Lessons from Laos
George crisscrosses Laos to witness a nation entering the modern world. He comes across ancient farming techniques, visits a conservation center that provides elephants a new way of life, explores an abandoned cave city, and paddles an underground river that holds some timely secrets.
George heads to the iceberg capital of the world—Newfoundland, Canada—for an up-close look at these floating giants from above, from below, and from the very top of a frozen mountain on the move.
Professional storm chaser George Kourounis goes on a global adventure,travelling to some of the most dangerous places on Earth. As the planet heats up, natural disasters are becoming more frequent and severe, George experiences the most extreme forces of nature and reports back from the front lines of climate change.
Deep in the Amazon, George is determined to retrace Theodore Roosevelt’s legendary expedition and witness first-hand how deforestation and climate change are affecting one of the earth’s most critical ecosystems.
The Pomo people have been in California for millennia. This video explores the history of the Pomo people and the fight to keep their traditions alive.KCET Original
Two cities, San Francisco and Freetown, brace for climate change using vastly different methodologies.KCET Original
Anticipating future water needs, two regions on opposite sides of the world turn to technology for answers.KCET Original
Alicia and Diego's wedding movie reveals some secrets.KCET Original
George crisscrosses Laos to witness a nation entering the modern world.KCET Original
Five severely wounded Iraq/Afghanistan veterans work with Zach Galifianakis, Lewis Black, Bob Saget, and B.J. Novak to write and perform their own personal stand-up comedy routines.
A radio host, a photographer, a Rabòday singer and a creole rapper showcase a hopeful image of Haiti in the aftermath of its devastating natural disasters.
Alicia and Diego's wedding movie reveals some secrets.
The spirited Los Angeles River gushes from the mountains only to be forced into a concrete corset in downtown LA.
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