Fighting abalone poaching
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Fighting abalone poaching

Clip from The Project

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The Project meets the authorities clamping down organised crime poaching abalone, and the fishers affected by the illegal trade.

The Project meets the authorities clamping down organised crime poaching abalone, and the fishers affected by the illegal trade.

Stone fish and cone snails
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Stone fish and cone snails

Clip from Going Places With Ernie Dingo

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Toxinologist Jamie Seymour teaches Ernie Dingo how to handle the most venomous fish on the planet, the stone fish, and handfeeds the most venomous snail, the cone snail.

Toxinologist Jamie Seymour teaches Ernie Dingo how to handle the most venomous fish on the planet, the stone fish, and handfeeds the most venomous snail, the cone snail.

The politics of carbon capture and storage
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The politics of carbon capture and storage

Clip from 7.30

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Carbon capture and storage has been touted as a useful weapon in the fight against climate change. Environments like salt marshes, mangroves and sea grass meadows can capture ...

Carbon capture and storage has been touted as a useful weapon in the fight against climate change. Environments like salt marshes, mangroves and sea grass meadows can capture and store carbon in the ground for millions of years. Dr Peter Macreadie is one of the Australian scientists at the forefront of 'blue carbon' sites, which can supposedly capture carbon 40 times faster than tropical rainforests and hopefully store it for millions of years.

Oppenheimer outlines climate change evidence
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Oppenheimer outlines climate change evidence

Clip from Big Ideas: 9/3/2010

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World renowned climate scientist Michael Oppenheimer outlines the evidence for global warming.

World renowned climate scientist Michael Oppenheimer outlines the evidence for global warming.

Legalising the rhino horn trade
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Legalising the rhino horn trade

Clip from Lateline

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Martin Cuddihy visits Kruger National Park to investigate the poaching of rhino horns, amid calls by some ecologists to legalise the illegal trade in order to conserve the ...

Martin Cuddihy visits Kruger National Park to investigate the poaching of rhino horns, amid calls by some ecologists to legalise the illegal trade in order to conserve the endangered animals. (Confronting images.)

How Climate Is Different to Weather
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How Climate Is Different to Weather

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This clip from Weather Ed explains the difference between climate and weather and how the climate has shifted from warm periods

This clip from Weather Ed explains the difference between climate and weather and how the climate has shifted from warm periods

Using drones to spot fires
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Using drones to spot fires

Clip from Click

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The Santa Barbara Fire Department reveals how drones and thermal imaging cameras could be used to identify where bushfires are most at risk of breaking out.

The Santa Barbara Fire Department reveals how drones and thermal imaging cameras could be used to identify where bushfires are most at risk of breaking out.

Sea level a risk to Manhattan
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Sea level a risk to Manhattan

Clip from Horizons

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Architect Stephen Cassell outlines the risk to New York City of rising sea levels and storm surges, and proposes a solution in the form of wetlands.

Architect Stephen Cassell outlines the risk to New York City of rising sea levels and storm surges, and proposes a solution in the form of wetlands.

Controlled burning in national park
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Controlled burning in national park

Clip from Going Places With Ernie Dingo

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National park ranger Melinda Wilson takes Ernie Dingo on a controlled burn in UluruKata Tjuta National Park with members of the Anangu people from Mutitjulu.

National park ranger Melinda Wilson takes Ernie Dingo on a controlled burn in UluruKata Tjuta National Park with members of the Anangu people from Mutitjulu.

Rodents causing big problems on tiny island
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Rodents causing big problems on tiny island

Clip from Behind the News

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Behind the News travels to a remote uninhabited island 60km from Tahiti which scientists are attempting rid of introduced species of rat, which are attacking sea bird nests ...

Behind the News travels to a remote uninhabited island 60km from Tahiti which scientists are attempting rid of introduced species of rat, which are attacking sea bird nests and competing with crabs in undergrowth.

Our Earth
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Our Earth: Who Needs Geology?

Season 1 Episode 7 ABC March 30, 2010

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Not only are our cities and almost every product we use derived from the ground, so is almost all our energy. Yet minerals and petroleum products are only the start. Every ...

Not only are our cities and almost every product we use derived from the ground, so is almost all our energy. Yet minerals and petroleum products are only the start. Every culture has wondered about the origin and nature of the earth and geology offers a rich and cautionary explanation.

Weird Wonders of the World
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Weird Wonders of the World

Episode 1 BBC Knowledge August 7, 2019

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Revealing the secrets behind the world's weirdest events from a bird killing solar death ray to a monkey that's learnt first aid.

Revealing the secrets behind the world's weirdest events from a bird killing solar death ray to a monkey that's learnt first aid.

Australia by Design: Landscapes
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Australia by Design: Landscapes: Victoria and Tasmania

Season 1 Episode 3 Ten September 23, 2018

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This program has partnered with the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects to look at the best landscape designs in Australia.

This program has partnered with the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects to look at the best landscape designs in Australia.

Australia by Design: Landscapes
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Australia by Design: Landscapes: Western Australia

Season 1 Episode 4 Ten September 30, 2018

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This program has partnered with the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects to look at the best landscape designs in Australia.

This program has partnered with the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects to look at the best landscape designs in Australia.

Australia by Design: Landscapes
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Australia by Design: Landscapes: Queensland

Season 1 Episode 2 Ten September 9, 2018

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This program has partnered with the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects to look at the best landscape designs in Australia.

This program has partnered with the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects to look at the best landscape designs in Australia.

South Pacific
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South Pacific: Castaways

Season 1 Episode 2 ABC January 9, 2011

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In the South Pacific, there is no such thing as a deserted island. They may be the most isolated in the world, but across this vast region every one of its 20,000 islands has ...

In the South Pacific, there is no such thing as a deserted island. They may be the most isolated in the world, but across this vast region every one of its 20,000 islands has been colonised, from New Guinea - home to birds of paradise and the tribe whose brutal initiation ceremony turns young warriors into 'crocodile' men - to Fiji, from French Polynesia to Hawaii.

Our Earth
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Our Earth: Rock Recipes

Season 1 Episode 6 ABC March 23, 2010

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Rocks are complicated collections of mineral particles. Four silicate mineral groups make up 90% of the crustal rocks - mafic minerals, quartzes, feldspars and micas. Rocks ...

Rocks are complicated collections of mineral particles. Four silicate mineral groups make up 90% of the crustal rocks - mafic minerals, quartzes, feldspars and micas. Rocks come in three basic varieties - igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic. These are the ingredients of the rock cycle.

Weird Wonders of the World
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Weird Wonders of the World

Episode 3 BBC Knowledge August 9, 2019

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Meet a man who gets drunk without touching even a single drop of alcohol thanks to his strange metabolism. Also featuring a look at some chart-topping molecular music.

Meet a man who gets drunk without touching even a single drop of alcohol thanks to his strange metabolism. Also featuring a look at some chart-topping molecular music.