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.
Once hunted to extinction, seals once again share our coastline. After hundreds of years of slaughtering the seals, we are finally realising their true value as a unique part of our natural world.
An expedition across the vast Amazon Rainforest to explore the mega droughts and tree deaths occurring that threatens its survival this century.
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 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.
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.
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