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Global Warming, Nature, Energy & Environment

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  1. Gas, Gas, Gas

    China’s insatiable demand for energy is hurting the environment. According to the Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency, it’s already over-taken the USA as the world’s biggest producer of C02. But in the remote Chinese province of West Guangxi, simple technology is now allowing millions of poor families to cook and keep warm using carbon-neutral biogas, produced from human and animal waste. It’s saving 13 million tonnes of firewood and nearly eight million tonnes of coal every year. Duration: 22 Minutes Formats available : DVD
    Rs.950.00
  2. Plight of the Humble Bee

    Bees pollinate three quarters of the world’s crops. Industrial agriculture relies on industrial scale pollination by millions of bees. Yet in several parts of the world, these bee populations are being decimated by disease. Scientists are relying on diversified honey bee populations to combat this looming disaster. Earth Report travels to New Zealand to investigate. Duration: 22 Minutes Formats available : DVD
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  3. Clean Living

    Earth Report travels to Bangladesh to discover changing attitudes to sanitation. No more ‘open defecation’: instead of top-down solutions, a new approach has eradicated open defecation in more than 300 villages. The bonus? It turns out the strategy has far wider ramifications. Earth Report investigates. Duration: 22 Minutes Formats available : DVD
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  4. Grounds for Hope

    Since the 1990s the watershed on the Mexico/Guatemala border has come under pressure from agriculture, pollution and poor land management linked to coffee farming in the region. But recently there’s been a sea change driven by the coffee industry itself. Global demand for certified and organically grown coffee is booming – and producing a dividend for river systems in an area that currently produces half the world’s coffee. 40 per cent of the world’s population are without access to a latrine or toilet. In the International Year of Sanitation, Earth Report travels to Asia and Africa to see how attitudes are shifting. Duration: 22 Minutes Formats available : DVD
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  5. The Shadow of Kilimanjaro

    More and more people rely on the waters of Tanzania’s Pangani River basin. It’s meant to produce power, feed people and provide drinking water. But it has too little water to do all that. The glaciers of Kilimanjaro that for years have helped feed the river are melting. Can the situation be turned around to avoid conflict? Duration: 22 Minutes Formats available : DVD
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  6. Doomsday Vault

    The Norwegian government is building an underground vault to guard against a major catastrophe - nuclear war, asteroid strikes or severe climate change. It’s a seed bank on a wild Arctic island 500 miles from the North Pole: a store for all the known varieties of the world’s crops - just in case. Duration: 22 Minutes Formats available : DVD
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  7. Forgotten Fruit

    A handful of high-yielding crops feed the world’s ever-increasing population. Have we become too reliant on wheat, maize and rice? What happens when diseases attack them? Can we develop new disease-resistant strains? Or have we lost too many plants, neglecting age-old fruit, vegetable and cereal varieties that could provide theanswers? Duration: 22 Minutes Formats available : DVD
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  8. The Ivory Poaching Wars

    More than 60 per cent of the world’s elephants were killed by poachers in the 1970s and 80s. Since then an international ban on the ivory trade has helped herds recover. But new evidence is emerging that poaching is again on the rise. Now investigators are using a new DNA technique to identify the killing fields. Earth Report follows the trail from Africa to the US and Japan. Duration: 22 Minutes Formats available : DVD
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  9. Green Fish

    With scientists warning that fish stocks could collapse by 2048, Earth Report goes to the Netherlands to find out how supermarkets and top-brand retailers are demanding fish from sustainable sources. It’s putting pressure on commercial fishing fleets to introduce nets that catch fewer immature fish – and so reduce one of the main threats to stocks. Duration: 22 Minutes Formats available : DVD
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  10. Blue Sky Dreaming

    Four countries and many corporations are now pledging to go carbon neutral. New Zealand, host for World Environment Day, 5 June 2008, plans to be the first to create a completely carbon neutral economy. Their target is 2020 and they have ambitious plans to radically reduce greenhouse gas emissions with a big increase in renewable power generation and a switch to sustainable transport like electric cars. But half of New Zealand’s greenhouse gas emissions come from their huge agricultural sector – from sheep and cows. So how will they manage? And what does carbon neutrality really mean? Duration: 22 Minutes Formats available : DVD
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