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Adaptation to Global Water Shortages: Fresno

California's Central Valley is home to 19 percent of food production in the world yet about 100,000 of its residents have lived without clean drinking water for decades. New technologies attempt to overcome political and cost challenges in filtering toxins out of tap water in this rural region. New technologies attempt to overcome political and cost challenges in filtering toxins out of tap water in this rural region.

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26:40
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Vanishing Coral

“Vanishing Coral” presents the personal story of scientists and naturalists who are working with local communities to protect coral reefs that are being destroyed by warming seas, pollution, and destructive fishing practices.
Can Religion Save the Environment?
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25:02
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Can Religion Save The Environment?

Led by Buddhist monks, Cambodia's indigenous Chong people protest the construction of a hydroelectric dam. The dam, to be built by the Chinese company Sinohydro, would displace the Chong and destroy their ancestral forest home. Kalyanne Mam documents their plight in her film "Fight For Areng Valley." China is beginning to draw on its religious traditions — Tibetan Buddhism, Daoism and Confucianism — to help address serious environmental challenges as profiled in Gary Marcuse and Shi Lihong's film "Searching for Sacred Mountain."
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26:40
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Illicit Ivory

Elephants have lived in the savannas and forests of Africa for more than two million years. They are the largest land animals on Earth – and one of the most intelligent. They feel emotions like grief and joy. Can they even survive in the wild anymore?
Climate Change: Rising Cost
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26:40
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Climate Change: The Rising Cost

The cost of climate change is rising and its consequences are increasingly threatening our national security.
Bees
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26:44
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Neonicotinoids: The New DDT?

Neonicotinoids, the most widely used insecticides in the world, have been linked to the decline of honeybees, which pollinate many food crops.
Earth Focus: Food Heroes
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26:37
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Food Heroes

"Earth Focus" visits sites of healthy food innovation in America.
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26:40
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Mining Battles: Uranium, Coal and Gold

An impoverished former mining community in Colorado, endangered rhinos' new threat, and gold mining in Ecuador.
Earth Focus: Tackling Ocean Challenges
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26:40
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Tackling Ocean Challenges

Oceans support life, yet they are overfished, polluted, and, with global climate change, are becoming increasingly acidic.
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26:40
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Chesapeake: Can Oysters Save the Bay?

After centuries of over-harvesting and bouts of disease, oyster populations in the Chesapeake Bay plummeted along with profits for the oyster industry and the health of the Bay.
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26:41
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America’s Dirty Secret: Coal Ash

Though it's known to contain carcinogens, coal ash is often dumped in unlined ponds where it leaches into groundwater.
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