Hidden Treasures of Kalimantan [4K] | Indonesia from Below (S01E01) | SZtv

Hidden Treasures of Kalimantan [4K] | Indonesia from Below (S01E01) | SZtv

Which way? Hasni?! What was that? Stay back, go. Go, go, go! It’s ok, it was just a dream. It’s been a tough old year running around with the Wildlife Rescue Unit chasing after endangered animals in the jungle. But now the Borneo from Below team are back… for what might just be the best dive show in the world.

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Kokota: The Islet of Hope

Kokota: The Islet of Hope

Kokota is a tiny islet in the Zanzibar Archipelago, off the coast of Tanzania in East Africa. For centuries, Kokotans have prospered from making a living off the land and sea. It’s not the kind of place you’d expect to find people innovatively adapting to climate change. But that’s exactly what they’re doing. Life here hinges on solving huge problems.

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#WashWeekPBS Extra: Discussing the intersection of politics and the environment

#WashWeekPBS Extra: Discussing the intersection of politics and the environment

ROBERT COSTA: Fires in the Amazon rainforest to the receding white ice of the Arctic. Climate change confronts global leaders. This is the Washington Week Extra. Hello. I’m Robert Costa. Tonight we discuss the increasingly urgent intersection of politics and the environment. It was a week of promises, acrimony, and environmental upheaval. G-7 countries pledged 20 million (dollars) to help

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Plastic in paradise: the battle for the Galápagos Islands’ future

Plastic in paradise: the battle for the Galápagos Islands’ future

[Music] Galápagos live from the ocean, Galapagos depends on the ocean. If your heart doesn’t broke when you see this, in the Galápagos, I think nothing is going to motivate you. Of all the plastic that enters the ocean, we can only see about 1% of it. The other 99% is missing. It entered the ocean and it hasn’t been

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Garbage Island: An Ocean Full of Plastic (Part 1/3)

Garbage Island: An Ocean Full of Plastic (Part 1/3)

[SOUND OF PROJECTOR] CHARLES MOORE: Every reporter changes the story. Just like every scientist changes what he’s observing, every reporter is changing that story. [MUSIC PLAYING] MEREDITH DANLUCK: What are we doing, Joe? JOE GOODMAN: Well, I’m ready to put a plastic catcher in the water, a troll. MALE SPEAKER: Troll? JOE GOODMAN: So I’ll troll for plastic. [MUSIC PLAYING]

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Japan’s Town With No Waste

Japan’s Town With No Waste

– [Narrator] The village of Kamikatsu is special. Not for its tea fields or idyllic mountains or peaceful historic homes. It’s known for something it doesn’t have. Kamikatsu, as a town, produces almost no trash. Kamikatsu has a population of roughly 1,500 people and in the 1990s was doing nearly no recycling. (foreign language) Burning all that garbage created carbon

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