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In our Work Places series we meet children in India who slave away in mines, extracting the coveted mineral mica. Also on the show: Cuban women fighting to lead a modern lifestyle. Plus: electric vehicles hit the roads in Kenya.
Help for children injured in the Syrian war; deforestation is impacting water levels in the Panama Canal; and Singapore turns to urban agriculture.
A huge rail project is causing concern in Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula. Volunteers are helping people in need in Albania. And China's farmers are using live-streaming and videos to boost business.
China appears to be focusing on economic growth at the expense of climate protection. In the Mediterranean off Tunisia, an invasive crab species is wreaking havoc. In South Africa, establishing a nature reserve brings landowners a tax break.
Rescue teams work through the night in Turkey searching the rubble for survivors of a powerful earthquake.KCET Original
What began as a hashtag seven years ago has transformed into a global movement for justice for Black people. Sally Sara reports on #BlackLivesMatter, the force galvanising the rage and grief triggered by George Floyd’s death.KCET Original
In this segment of "Earth Focus" we examine the factors leading to a new Haitian community growing in the U.S.-Mexico border town of Tijuana.KCET Original
A country plunged into mourning; three people are dead after a knife attack in Nice. President Macron calls it an attack on France.KCET Original
Droughts and floods are driving many people away from their rural, farming communities into big cities.KCET Original