Join David Attenborough to discover how diverse forces work together to keep our planet in perfect balance. A Perfect Planet is an awe-inspiring exploration of Earth’s power and fragility.
We're going fossil hunting for Foraminifera! From beaches, to the ocean floor, to the foundation of the Egyptian pyramids, Forams are everywhere!
A reshare of a powerful video made 3 years ago... that is even more relevant today. Speak up, take action, and refuse to let us destroy the unique and amazing life of our only planet. The time has never been more Now.
A force of nature indeed. I Am Greta premieres on November 13. ABOUT I AM GRETA: The story of teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg is told through compelling, never-before-seen footage in this intimate documentary from Swedish director Nathan Grossman.
From coral farming to 3D printing, scientists are using novel methods to save a vital part of our ecosystem For most of us, the colourful, otherworldly marinescapes of coral reefs are as remote as the alien landscapes of the moon.
In this unique feature documentary, titled David Attenborough: A Life On Our Planet, the celebrated naturalist reflects upon both the defining moments of his lifetime and the devastating changes he has seen.
Far out in the South Pacific, there’s a tropical island paradise. Known as the “Islands of Sacred Earth,” the territory of American Samoa is one of the United States’ most remote outposts. Its waters are home to stunningly beautiful coral reefs, including two of the world’s oldest and largest coral colonies on record.
The Coral Triangle is a roughly triangular area of the tropical marine waters of Indonesia, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Solomon Islands and Timor-Leste that contain at least 500 species of reef-building corals in each ecoregion.
In March of the past few years, ecologyst has sent a film crew to document the last remaining herring fishery in the Salish Sea. In this new short film, The Silver in the Sea, we bear witness to the severe mismanagement of the fishery of this foundational species, and explore what will happen if we do not let the herring swim freely long enough to rebound from centuries of overfishing.
oceans are a sonic symphony, and most of us are hearing only half the story. Our Emmy award-winning Sonic Sea film powerfully explains how noise pollution from shipping, industrial activities and military sonar is threatening individual marine animals, their underwater habitats and our ocean planet. We humans have an important role to play in turning the volume down, and possibly preventing the extinction of some of the largest creatures on Earth.
World renowned author and ecologist, Dr. Carl Safina joins us on the show today. His writing has won the MacArthur “genius” prize; Pew and Guggenheim Fellowships; book awards from Lannan, Orion, and the National Academies; and the John Burroughs, James Beard, and George Rabb medals. Safina hosted the 10-part PBS series, Saving the Ocean With Carl Safina. He holds the Endowed Chair for Nature and Humanity at Stony Brook University and is founder of the not-for-profit Safina Center. On the show we dive into how a boy from Brooklyn became a world renowned ecologist and author, focused on saving the natural world. We take a peek into the commercial fishing world, and Carl shares a snippet from his latest book, including his time in the Caribbean studying sperm whales.
"Witness the unveiling of Countdown, a major global campaign to cut greenhouse gas emissions. TED has partnered with scientists, policy makers, organizations, activists and more [...]
It wasn’t just Big Oil that misled the public for decades We have wasted so much time. Despite decades of urgent warnings from scientists about [...]
'We've stolen our children's future,' says Jane Goodall, 'and we're still stealing it.' From disappearing species to plastic pollution and our disastrously weak attempts to recycle it, here's what the top voices on climate change - from Sir David Attenborough to Jane Goodall to Greta Thunberg - have to say about the planet's escalating biodiversity crisis. Sir David Attenborough, Jane Goodall and Greta Thunberg are joined in this global call for action by Microsoft's Satya Nadella, the United Nations' Cristiana Pasca Palmer, Daniela Fernandez of Sustainable Ocean Action, Brune Poirson, Malek Sukkar and Heather Koldewey.
What if the banking, asset-management, and insurance industries moved away from fossil fuels? I'm skilled at eluding the fetal crouch of despair—because I’ve been working [...]
Matt McGrath Environment correspondent @mattmcgrathbbc Do you remember the good old days when we had "12 years to save the planet"? Now it seems, there's [...]