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Earth Focus

Adaptation to Global Water Shortages

Anticipating future water needs, two regions on opposite sides of the world turn to technology for answers. Western Morocco, near the Sahara Desert, is currently facing unprecedented drought and groundwater mismanagement. But an ancient method of gathering moisture from fog is being taught to 13 villages, allowing people to have a level of local control over their most basic need. In Central Valley, California, the food basket of the world uses nearly 80 percent of the entire state's water supply. Yet, there are still close to one million people who don't have access to clean drinking water. Researchers at UCLA may change that through a technology that would allow unincorporated rural communities to control how contaminated water is treated.

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P-22 | Earth Focus
Episode
24:28
Earth Focus

S1 E6: Urban Habitat

Los Angeles is one of the biggest biodiversity hotspots in the world, despite its smog, urban sprawl and snarling freeways.
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Episode
25:44
Earth Focus

S1 E5: Future of Food

Communities and innovators all over the world are creating new sustainable food sources that are resilient to climate change and growing populations.
Aerial image of urban density in Freetown, Sierra Leone. | Nicky Milne/Thomson Reuters Foundation
Episode
25:26
Earth Focus

S1 E3: City Planning

Two cities, San Francisco and Freetown, brace for climate change using vastly different methodologies.
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Episode
25:30
Earth Focus

S1 E1: Sea Level Rising - Living With Water

Forecasts are dire for Louisiana to experience the second-highest sea level rise in the world. How is the region adapting?
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Episode
25:58
Earth Focus

S1 E2: Climate Migration

Droughts and floods are driving many people away from their rural, farming communities into big cities.
EARTH FOCUS “The Youth Climate Movement Around the World” features Alexandria Villaseñor from Paradise, California. Image courtesy of Thomson Reuters Foundation.
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Earth Focus

S3 E1: The Youth Climate Movement Around the World

In-depth profiles of four young environmentalists: Alexandria Villaseñor in California, Carl Smith in Alaska, Ayakha Melithafa in South Africa and Litokne Kabua in the Marshall Islands.
A group of women in Zanzibar studies solar installation. | Nicky Milne/Thomson Reuters Foundation
Episode
26:30
Earth Focus

S2 E5: Lighting A Path - Embracing Solar Power In California and Zanzibar

Solar power is changing lives in unexpected places. This episode visits with unique solar power training programs in Zanzibar and Los Angeles.
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Episode
25:26
Earth Focus

City Planning (San Francisco & Freetown, Sierra Leone)

San Francisco's developers are building expensive real estate on floodplains, as officials try to heed expert future sea level projections. On the other side of the world, a deadly mudslide caused by torrential rains and deforestation in Sierra Leone shows the consequences of city planning that doesn't take climate change into account.
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Episode
27:18
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Tortoise In Peril

This documentary explores why desert tortoises are a threatened species and how people can change the environment through seemingly innocent actions.
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Episode
26:40
Earth Focus

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.
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