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The “Floating City” is sinking under rising seas and the weight of mass tourism. Now Venice’s residents are fighting to reclaim it, as Samantha Hawley reports.
China sent the world's recycling industry into a spin when it banned most waste imports. Now it’s tackling a home-grown rubbish crisis. Bill Birtles looks at China’s own war on waste and asks: is it winning?
It's got more oil than any country on the planet but its people eat garbage and gangsters rule. Defying a media ban, Eric Campbell goes undercover in the onetime socialist idyll of Venezuela.
Thousands of travelers, many of them young Australians, are flocking to the Amazon to chase the highs of the ayahuasca plant. Tragically, some never return. Hamish Macdonald visits to investigate the death of one individual.
A radical experiment in democracy and women’s rights is under way in the old badlands of Islamic State. But as Yaara Bou Melhem reports, it could be crushed in an instant.
They sound like science fiction, but radical remedies to slow global warming are on the way. Eric Campbell goes in search of crazy brave ideas to save the world.
Is the world going mad when Greenlanders fight drought and brushfires and catch warm water fish? A decade after discovering a farming boom in Greenland, Eric Campbell returns to see how locals are facing up to climate change.
A cruel trade is tearing baby orangutans from their jungle homes to be sold abroad. Samantha Hawley gets a smuggler’s story - and meets the warriors risking their lives to save the great apes from extinction.
This is no armchair spectator sport. David Lipson ventures into the fanatical, often deadly, arena of Indonesian soccer.
Two young men escape the misery of Manus Island to forge new lives in North America. Reporter Eric Tlozek charts their progress and their pitfalls over 18 months.
A year into Donald Trump’s presidency resurgent white supremacists are preaching hate. Now left- wing activists are hitting back with their own shock tactics. Stephanie March goes inside a controversial radical group.
The old is new. Ditching conventional careers, a generation of hip young Italians is rediscovering the grand tradition of “Made in Italy”. Hamish Macdonald takes an exhilarating road trip to meet the Italians building up a new reputation for handcrafted cheese, shoes and wine.
Matthew Carney reports on a determined group of young Chinese men and women taking action against China’s anti-gay laws. Shanghai has seen thousands of cruise ships come and go, but perhaps never one like this. About 800 special invitees are piling aboard the ship to witness the marriages of nine LGBT couples in a brazen statement against China’s law and traditional family values.
Jamaica's rich music heritage got hijacked by a vicious and violent brand of homophobia. But along came a new generation of artists who, with a little help from the internet, are wresting it back.
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. welcomes Jurriaan Kamp at his home in Los Angeles, CA to discuss that reversing global warming requires a restoration of democracy.KCET Original
Deepak Chopra explains why there can be no solution to global warming in the absence of personal transformation.KCET Original
Doron sets his sights on recruiting Shirin to his cause and Abu Ahmed risks his life to see his wife.KCET Original
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A documentary about the burning of wood at an industrial scale for energy.KCET Original
The “Floating City” is sinking under rising seas and the weight of mass tourism.
China sent the world's recycling industry into a spin when it banned most waste imports. Now it’s tackling a home-grown rubbish crisis.
In this episode, Sami Yaffa travels to St. Petersburg and examines the vast musical diversity present in Russia's most European city.
Former child bride and self-proclaimed badass Laila works tirelessly inviting opium addicts in Afghanistan to the detox clinics she runs with her brother, himself a recovered addict.