This final episode, an Australian special, combines a unique point of view of the scientific and the Indigenous Elders voice on climate change across Australia.
An expedition from the Himalayas all the way down across the plains of India, following one of the most famous rivers systems in the world - The Ganges. Fresh water sources from the Himalayas that provide water to over 1 billion people are under threat, but just what is happening here and how fast it is melting is what climate journalist Bernice Notenboom sets out to find out.
From the far north of the Sahara to the far south Cape Town to explore the climate changes affecting Africa's vital weather systems that provide natural rain to 90% of their subsistent farming.
An expedition across Alaska to the North Pole to explore the ticking time bomb of the Permafrost Melt and the release of tones of carbon dioxide and methane.
An expedition across the vast Amazon Rainforest to explore the mega droughts and tree deaths occurring that threatens its survival this century.
The Tipping Points takes viewers around the planet to visit the most extraordinary natural wonders that have been the homes of Indigenous peoples for thousands of years, to try and better understand how much our climate system is changing. Hosted by Bernice Notenboom - polar explorer, climate journalist and the first woman to climb Mt Everest and traverse the North and South Poles - this ground-breaking documentary series follows a group of scientists as they discover what and why environmental changes are occurring.
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