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Ice Edge - Wild Canada

March 14, 2017 6:00 PM

Ice is central to all life in the arctic. Ice is a complex creation. Yet the arctic ice is changing at an alarming rate. Within the next 20 years we may see an ice free arctic ocean in the summer. No one knows how the life of this region will adapt to these changing conditions.
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Water & Power: A California Heist

March 14, 2017 6:30 PM

Water & Power takes a look at the incredible drought that has gripped the valley's of California for years. While the barons of the water profit from the scarce commodity, every-day folk, small communities, and family farmers struggle every day in a state of crisis. This film takes a deeper look into the laws and regulations controlling California's water supply and how it is being abused to keep the rich and powerful comfortably where they sit. What does this mean for the future of not only California, but of our world as a whole. With water becoming less and less accessible, it is simultaneously becoming more valuable.
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Between Earth and Sky: Climate Change on the Last Frontier

March 15, 2017 12:00 PM

In the vast wilderness of Alaska the earth is changing, threatening the history and culture of native peoples, natural landscapes, and the habitats of wild life. Between Earth and Sky examines how climate change is rapidly affecting Alaska, and will soon affect us all.
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Alestsch - Of Ice and Men

March 15, 2017 6:30 PM

The Great Aletsch Glacier is the biggest of its kind in the Alps. But with our climate changing, the glacier is disappearing at an ever faster rate. A glaciologist, an old mountain guide and a technician at the Jungfraujoch, where tourists marvel at the glaciers beauty, open our eyes to this change. A story about big nature, small human beings and a development which will affect us all.
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Remolino, El (The Swirl)

March 15, 2017 6:45 PM

El Remolino, a tiny riverside community in Chiapas, Mexico, lives a fragile balance between overwhelming floods and an ever-giving nature. Immersed in this place, we follow Esther, a strong woman who strives to help her family as she shares her world through the lens of her camera; and her brother Pedro, a transvestite farmer who defends his identity and his dreams.
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Death By Design

March 15, 2017 7:00 PM

Death By Design tells a story of environmental degradation, of health tragedies, and the fast approaching tipping point between consumerism and sustainability."
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Smog of the Sea

March 16, 2017 6:30 PM

Marine scientist Marcus Eriksen invited renowned surfers Keith and Dan Malloy, musician Jack Johnson, spearfisher Kimi Werner, and bodysurfer Mark Cunningham to join him on a one-week journey through the Sargasso Sea to assess the fate of plastics in the worlds oceans. After years of hearing about ocean garbage patches, the crew is stunned to learn they are actually a fog of microplasticstrillions of barely visible shardspermeating the worlds oceans. How do you stop a fog? Using nostalgic super8 footage, sparkling underwater cinematography, an original score by Jack Johnson and shipmate Simon Beins, and live-action footage of the crews research, Ian Cheneys The Smog of the Sea provides a new perspective on marine pollution, and makes an artful call to action for rethinking the scourge of the seasingle-use plastic.
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The Shepherd (El Pastor)

March 16, 2017 6:45 PM

Anselmo, a middle age shepherd, lives a modest life in a remote house in the middle of the Spanish plains. When he refuses a juicy offer from a construction company planning to build a new residential complex on his property, little does he know that his life is about to be turned upside down.
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Elk River

March 16, 2017 7:00 PM

Mirroring a similar expedition undertaken in 1871 that fused science and the arts, Scientist Arthur Middleton, photographer Joe Riis, artist James Prosek and filmmaker Jenny Nichols join forces in this documentary that captures the migration of elk in the Yellowstone area through a multidisciplinary lens.
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Guided

March 16, 2017 7:00 PM

Guided profiles the gentle spirit of Maine wilderness guide Ray Reitze who shares his philosophy of how to live in harmony with the outdoors to the next generation of guides while grappling with his own mortality as he transitions from the physical world of guiding to a more spiritual understanding of nature and our ephemeral place in it.
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The Islands and the Whales

March 16, 2017 7:00 PM

In their remote home in the North Atlantic the Faroe Islanders have always eaten what nature could provide, proud to put local food on the table. The land yields little, so they have always relied on harvesting their seas. Hunting whales and seabirds kept them alive for generations, and gave them the way of life they love; a life they would pass on to their children. But today they face a grave threat to this tradition. It is not the controversy surrounding whaling that threatens the Faroese way of life; the danger is coming from the whales themselves. The Faroese are among the first to feel the affects of our ever more polluted oceans. They have discovered that their beloved whales are toxic, contaminated by the outside world. What once secured their survival now endangers their children and the Faroe Islanders must make a choice between health and tradition.
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Galapagos

March 17, 2017 7:00 PM

Christian Zuber, a 28 year old French cinematographer, documents life in the Galapagos, the same Islands where Darwin foresaw his theory of evolution a 100 years before. From his one-year journey in the Pacific, Christian Zuber brought back with him a film of a lost paradise and photos of rare and endangered species. Twelve years later, Zuber returns to the Galapagos Islands to assess the first results of this work. Galapagos Islands III is the unseen movie being presented for the first time this year at the Environmental Festival in the Nation Capital.
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You've Been Trumped, Too

March 17, 2017 7:00 PM

This timely and explosive film explores the deeply troubling confrontation between a feisty 92-year-old Scottish widow and her family and a billionaire attempting to become the most powerful man in the world. As thousands of journalists hang on every Trump utterance, wondering what he might say next, director Anthony Baxter deftly explores the consequences of his actions.
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"Spotlight on Bird Conservation" Short films Series and Discussion (Wildlife VC Shorts)

March 18, 2017 11:00 AM

Films: Birds of May, De Novo, Mapping Migration, and Surviving the Wild
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Long Way North

March 18, 2017 11:30 AM

Set in 1892, this animated adventure follows 15-year-old aristocrat Sasha as she leaves behind her comfortable Saint Petersburg life in the hopes of tracking down and saving her beloved grandfather, a famous explorer who has gone missing near the North Pole. Sacha has always been fascinated by the adventurous life of her grandfather Oloukine and has the same calling to be an explorer. But Sachas parents, who already made arrangements for her marriage, strongly disapprove the idea to say the least. Defying her destiny, Sacha flees her home and launches an adventure-filled quest toward the Great North in search of Oloukine and his ship.
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Fusion Project Earth Documentary Award Winners

March 18, 2017 12:00 PM

Filmmakers from around the world made environmental 4-7 minute documentaries in 5 days. The 12 selected shorts feature issues surrounding oceans, extinction, animal welfare and climate change. Winners of the challenge were announced at DOCNYC and awarded over $20,000 in cash and prizes. The films will also screen across FUSION network over the next two years.
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A Land For War

March 18, 2017 2:00 PM

Artist Enid Baxter Ryce has been documenting the lands and the ruins of the historic Fort Ord decommissioned military base where, for over a decade, she has lived and worked. A Land for War weaves together hundreds of long-hidden murals painted by former soldiers stationed at the base, archival training footage from the Vietnam War era (when Fort Ord was active), wind-swept landscapes from one of the last stretches of California coastal wilderness, and portraits of homeless veterans occupying the land today. This nearly silent and hauntingly poetic documentary portrays the impact of the military on the land and the people. Original musical score by Lanier Sammons.
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Birds of May

March 18, 2017 2:00 PM

Birds of May is filmmaker Jared Fleshers ode to the natural spectacle of the rufa red knots annual visit to the beaches of the Delaware Bay. Its also an investigation of a potential new threat to the iconic shorebirds survival: the expansion of oyster aquaculture onto red knot feeding grounds. Flesher interviews both oyster farmers and the wildlife biologists who fear that an oyster farming boom here could push the rufa red knot closer to extinction.
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Fort Ord: A Sense of Place

March 18, 2017 2:00 PM

Fort Ord: A Sense of Place is a thought-provoking compilation of new student documentary and experimental shorts, centering on the ecology, community, and history of what was once the largest U.S. Army base in the American West. Most soldiers deployed to the Vietnam War were trained at Fort Ordan activity that inadvertently preserved the wilderness areas. The Environmental Protection Agency has identified Fort Ord as a Superfund site, a new national monument and a university for underserved students. Many of the students are also part of a group that recorded over one hundred veterans histories for inclusion in the Veterans History Project of the Library of Congress. Presented in association with California State University, Monterey Bay and the Library of Congress Veterans History Project
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100 Years: One Woman's Fight for Justice

March 18, 2017 7:00 PM

100 Years is the David vs. Goliath story of Elouise Cobells courageous fight for justice for 300,000 Native Americans whose mineral rich lands were mismanaged by the United States Government. For 30 years Elouise fought the good fight. This is the compelling true story of how she prevailed and made history.
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The Colorado

March 18, 2017 7:00 PM

The Colorado River has carved some of the most majestic landscapes on the planet for five million years. Today, with a booming agricultural industry to support and nearly forty million people dependent on its waters, the river is unable to reach its delta. The Colorado traces the social and ecological history of the Colorado River Basin in nine sections from the prehistoric times to the present.
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A House Without Snakes

March 19, 2017 12:00 PM

In Botswana, two young Bushmen struggle to build their futures in the wake of their people's relocation from their ancestral homeland. A HOUSE WITHOUT SNAKES is an intimate coming-of-age portrait that explores the tension between modernity and tradition through the lens of two individuals hopes and fears.
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Kivalina

March 19, 2017 3:00 PM

Kivalina is a candid portrait of life 130 miles above the Arctic Circle of an Inupiaq Eskimo tribe living on an island disappearing into the ocean. Once a nomadic people, the film begins its telling a century after their ancestors were settled on the tiny island made of silt, sand, and permafrost. With no resources to move and only a precarious sea wall to protect them, the film poetically explores the community's struggle to maintain their way of life within a landscape and a system that is failing them. Weaving together observational storytelling and cinematic imagery Kivalina is an evocative and rare portrait of one of the last surviving Arctic cultures.
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24 Snow

March 19, 2017 4:00 PM

Intolerable climate of the Arctic part of Yakutia. Permafrost. Most of the year the temperature is always negative and the ground is always cold. In winter the temperature reaches minus 65C below zero. There is no telephone or electricity. The lack of roads complicates traveling around. Living in such conditions is associated with daily struggles with the environment and yourself. Hundreds of kilometers away from the nearest settlement, one can count only on himself. These harsh lands attract people who look for freedom and independence.
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Canyon Song

March 19, 2017 6:30 PM

Canyon de Chelly, located on the Navajo Nation in northeastern Arizona, was once home to the Ancient Puebloans, who lived in the area for thousands of years and built sophisticated homes in alcoves tucked under the cliff walls. In the winter of 1864, during a systematic campaign to force the Navajo people off their land, the U.S. military faced off against a holdout of Navajo people in Canyon de Chelly. The Navajo tried to escape by scaling the steep walls, but most were taken prisoner and forced to march 300 miles out of the canyon in a deep and bitter cold. The traumatic event is known in Navajo history as the Long Walk. The Draper family is descended from participants in the Long Walk and eventually returned to the canyon. Today, young Tonisha Draper and her little sister, Tonielle, are learning Navajo traditions from their father. This short film follows Tonisha, Toneil and their family as they reclaim their Navajo history and reconnect with ancestors within the canyon walls.
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Colombia Magia Salvaje

March 19, 2017 7:00 PM

From majestic mountain ranges with ancient glaciers, virgin jungles, open grasslands and desert plains, to vast rivers and teeming oceans, Colombia is a country with some of the most extraordinary creatures and diverse habitats on earth. Condors circle the Andean skies, Jaguars prowl the forests, hammerhead sharks and humpback whales swim in the oceans. Birds. amphibians, mammals, reptiles, fish some of the rarest and most spectacular wildlife anywhere on the planet can be found in Colombia.
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Gorongosa Park: Rebirth of Paradise (Episode 1: Lion Mystery)

March 20, 2017 7:00 PM

Wildlife Cameraman Bob Poole joins scientist Paola Bouley as she tries to solve a baffling mystery: why is Gorongosas lion population not growing? By filming the lions, Poole hopes to help solve the mystery. He meets a new lion family with five cheeky cubs, and follows their journey to adulthood.
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Million Dollar Duck

March 20, 2017 7:00 PM

THE MILLION DOLLAR DUCK dives into the eccentric world of the Federal Duck Stamp Contest. The Duck Stamp is among the most successful conservation tools ever created. Following six wildlife artists striving to win "the Olympics of wildlife art," the film brings to life the high tension competition, leaving a winner whose life will be changed forever.
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One Hundred Thousand Beating Hearts

March 20, 2017 7:00 PM

Fourth generation cattleman Will Harris shares his evolution from industrial, commodity cowboy to sustainable, humane food producer. A growing group of consumers look at beef consumption as a terrible environmental and moral choice. Harriss work in southwest Georgia shows how he produces healthy beef that regenerate his soils and allow the animals to express their natural instincts. The jobs he creates are breathing new life into a community left behind and forgotten due to, as Will says, the industrialization of agriculture.
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In the Footsteps of the Emperor

March 21, 2017 7:00 PM

Joining the ""Wild-Touch Antarctica"" expedition, initiated by Oscar-winning director Luc Jacquet and his NGO Wild-Touch, photographers Vincent Munier and Laurent Ballesta head for the Dumont d'Urville base in Antarctica to unveil the treasures of the immense natural reserve. Blending land and underwater points of view, they turn their artistic perspectives to a rapidly changing continent and its inhabitants in the face of climate change. Forming unique images, the ice pack's gentleness clashes with dense seabeds covered in ice.
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Samuel in the Clouds

March 22, 2017 6:00 PM

In Bolivia, the glaciers are melting. Samuel, an old ski lift operator, is looking out of a window on the rooftop of the world. Through generations his family lived and worked in the snowy mountains, but now snow fails. While scientists are discussing and measuring ominous changes, Samuel honors the mountain spirits. The clouds continue to drift by.
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Koneline: Our Land Beautiful

March 22, 2017 6:30 PM

KONELNE: our land beautiful is a cinematic celebration of northwestern British Columbia, and all the dreamers who move across it. Some hunt on the land. Some mine it. They all love it. An art film with politics, drama, and humor, KONELNE reveals the stunning landscape of the Canadian north as it undergoes irrevocable change.
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Nuclear Power Play: Screening and Discussion

March 22, 2017 7:00 PM

1st short: "As Pentagon Overhauls Nuclear Triad, Critics Advise Caution", 2nd short: "Nuclear Winter", 3rd Film: "City 40"
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STUDENT SHORT ENVIRONMENTAL FILM FESTIVAL - Environmental Film Festival in the Nation's Capital

March 22, 2017 7:00 PM

STUDENT SHORTS
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Behemoth

March 23, 2017 12:00 PM

Under the sun, the heavenly beauty of grasslands will soon be covered by the raging dust of mines. Facing the ashes and noises caused by heavy mining , the herdsmen have no choice but to leave as the meadow areas dwindle. In the moonlight, iron mines are brightly lit throughout the night. Workers who operate the drilling machines must stay awake. The fight is tortuous, against the machine and against themselves. Meanwhile, coal miners are busy filling trucks with coals. Wearing a coal-dust mask, they become ghostlike creatures. An endless line of trucks will transport all the coals and iron ores to the iron works. There traps another crowd of souls, being baked in hell. In the hospital, time hangs heavy on miners' hands. After decades of breathing coal dust, death is just around the corner. They are living the reality of purgatory, but there will be no paradise.
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Behold the Earth

March 23, 2017 7:00 PM

"Many of us Americans share a vision of the rural past, which goes something like this Once upon a time, Americans spent a lot of our time outdoors. Food was grown in nearby fields, hunted in nearby woods, or fished from nearby waters. Children played. A rich bounty of birds, mammals, plants, fish, and insects invited curious minds to observe, organize, and understand what life is. The open landscape inspired dreams of what our own lives, and those of our descendants, could be. Today, many Americans share unease about our link to the outdoors. Our children, and us, seem to spend more time with indoor virtual amusements. We look about and within our own day-to-day activities and feel distress about the food we eat, the air we breathe, the water we drink, and the accelerating pace required just to get by. Were disturbed by the degraded bounty of life on earth, a result of imbalances that we fear weve introduced. Understandably, much attention is focused on SNAPSHOTS of these degradations. This film takes a different tack resting equally on the following three ingredients."
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Death By A Thousand Cuts

March 23, 2017 7:00 PM

DEATH BY A THOUSAND CUTS investigates the murder of Eligio Eloy Vargas, a Dominican park ranger, who was found brutally murdered by machete, while patrolling for illegal charcoal production by Haitians farmers. With shocking revelations, this murder becomes the metaphor for the larger story of increasing tension between Haiti and the Dominican Republic over illicit charcoal exploitation and mass deforestation.
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Havarie

March 23, 2017 7:00 PM

An inflatable dinghy full of people, one of them waving. The camera pans slowly to the right and shows tourists on a cruise ship looking out to sea. The camera moves back, touches upon the boat again and then pans to the left, to the other side of the ship. The refracted sunlight bathes it in color and a vertical ray of light separates the ship from the boat, to which the camera now returns. At times the image blurs; ghostly reflections appear in the water. The following is heard at the same time the rescue crew requesting via radio that one should wait until a helicopter arrives. A woman talking on the phone in France to her husband in Algeria. Later he speaks of a crossing. The Irish tourist holding the camera, ship employees, Russian and Ukrainian cargo workers talking of encounters with this refugee boat (or another). And of their world. During the work on this film, images overtook reality. HAVARIE responds to this by condensing sound and disassociating it from the image to create a space of perception that allows the viewer to experience their own position without ever losing sight of the subject at hand: a cinematic coup of true radicalism.
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OK, I'VE WATCHED THE FILM, NOW WHAT? - Environmental Film Festival in the Nation's Capital

March 23, 2017 7:00 PM

OK, I'VE WATCHED THE FILM, NOW WHAT?
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At The Fork

March 24, 2017 7:00 PM

At the Fork is a new documentary by filmmaker and omnivore John Papola who, together with his vegetarian wife Lisa, offer up a timely and refreshingly unbiased look at how farm animals are raised for our consumption. With unprecedented access to large-scale conventional farms, Papola asks the tough questions behind every hamburger, glass of milk and baby-back rib. What he discovers are not heartless industrialists, but Americas farmers real people who, along with him, are grappling with the moral dimensions of farming animals for food.
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The Age of Consequences

March 24, 2017 7:00 PM

The Hurt Locker meets An Inconvenient Truth, THE AGE OF CONSEQUENCES investigates the impacts of climate change, resource scarcity, migration, and conflict through the lens of US national security and global stability. The film unpacks how water and food shortages, extreme weather, drought, and sea-level rise function as accelerants of instability and catalysts for conflict.
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The Eagle Huntress

March 25, 2017 11:30 AM

Among the isolated Kazakh tribe in the mountains of northwest Mongolia, the long tradition of eagle hunting has only been practiced by men. This documentary follows Aisholpan, a 13-year-old girl, as she trains to become the first female in twelve generations of her family to become an eagle hunter. Her decision causes controversy amongst older members of the community, but Aisholpan embarks on a strict program of training and this inspiring film captures her courage.
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Fix And Release

March 25, 2017 12:00 PM

Fix and Release explores a small turtle trauma centre in Peterborough Ontario Canada as it fights to even the odds for survival that freshwater turtles face in a modern world. This visually beautiful film shows turtles in a way that few have seen before.
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Angry Inuk

March 25, 2017 2:00 PM

Angry Inuk is a 2016 Canadian feature-length documentary film written and directed by Alethea Arnaquq-Baril that defends the Inuit seal hunt, arguing the hunt is a vital means for Inuit peoples to sustain themselves.
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Gertrude Bell: Letters from Baghdad

March 25, 2017 3:00 PM

One of the most powerful figures to emerge in the Middle East before and during the First World War was a British spy, explorer, writer, and dynamo named Gertrude Bellthe female Lawrence of Arabia who in many respects was more influential than her colleague T.E. Lawrence. Bell shaped the destiny of Iraq in ways that still reverberate. Letters from Baghdad gradually reveals this remarkable story through spectacular historical footage of the region, recently unearthed in private archives, while chronicling Bells journey into both an uncharted Arabian dessert and the inner sanctums of British colonial power. Told mainly in Bells wordsTilda Swinton reads from letters, diaries, and other primary documentsthe film makes a profound statement about a woman who not only mastered the Arabic language but also studied and admired Arab cultures. As an outsider, Gertrude Bells respect for the land, the environment, and the people has never been rivaled by any other political figure. (Don't edit)
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The Hudson: A River At Risk

March 25, 2017 4:00 PM

The clean-up of the Hudson River over the past five decades is one of Americas great environmental success stories. One result is that New Yorks Hudson Valley is home to some of the savviest environmentalists in the country. But these times demand vigilance. The Hudson, A River at Risk is a multi-media web series, featuring ten short films, that reports on a handful of serious and growing threats to the river and its environs, particularly the transport of fracked gas and oil by train, barge and pipeline. Meet the people who have committed their lives to preserving Americas First River, and what you can do to make a difference.
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Seasons

March 26, 2017 6:30 PM

After traveling the world alongside migrating birds (Winged Migration) and diving the oceans with whales and manta rays (Oceans), Jacques Perrin and Jacques Cluzaud return to more familiar ground: the lush green forests and megafauna that emerged across Europe following the last Ice Age.
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