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Syria's Shammar tribe hopes to help shape the country's future. Sudan's women demand their rights. Climate change is threatening The Arctic.
Displacement is the focus of this week's Global 3000. Almost 70 million people around the world are fleeing violence, natural disasters and hunger. We head to Mali, Japan and Colombia to find out how refugees there are coping.
On this week's show: How violent men are being rehabilitated in Sierra Leone, how Indian women are gaining strength and confidence by earning their own money, and how minorities in China are terrorized in re-education camps.
A documentary about the burning of wood at an industrial scale for energy.KCET Original
Off the coast of California, the disappearing abalone population is raising flags about ocean health and the lasting impact of rising sea temperatures, acidification and pollution.KCET Original
Following groups like “Guardians of the Forest,” we explore illegal lumber poaching in the forests of Brazil and Oregon, where citizens and scientists are working together to combat the illegal lumber trade.KCET Original
At an emergency meeting of Arab leaders, Saudi Arabia’s king accuses Iran of developing nuclear and ballistic missiles.KCET Original
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This "earthrise" episode goes to Canada and France to look at ways of dealing with the plastic pollution crisis.
Japan’s PM visits Tehran and calls on Iran to abide by the 2015 nuclear deal; Protests continue in Hong Kong; and Saudi Arabia says 26 civilians have been injured in a Houthi missile attack.
Off the coast of West Africa, George heads to a remote volcanic island where a river of molten lava is engulfing a mountain village.
Sudan strikes are on track to end soon; residents in Mali terrified after another village massacre; Russia drops charges against journalist; and an Italian mayor goes on trial for welcoming migrants.