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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.
Homosexuals face the death penalty in 11 countries worldwide. Now Uganda could also introduce capital punishment for gay sex. We talk to a Ugandan sex worker and an LGBT activist. Plus: The construction boom in Maldives' marine paradise.
Home alone - Japan's growing numbers of modern-day hermits, the so-called "hikikomori". Also: why Rwandan farmers' greatest fear is heavy rain. Plus: this week's Global Snack is fish and chips, the most British of all fast foods.
Brazil remains one of the world's deadliest places for women. Also: The changing role of women in conflict-ridden Nagorno-Karabakh. Plus: We look at green developments in India and China.
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.