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I Have Seen the Earth Change 2010

  • Ended
  • BBC One
  • 2010-02-04T00:00:00+00:00
  • 55 mins
  • 18 hours, 20 mins

Climate change affects the lives of farmers, livestock breeders, fishermen, foresters, hunters, and others. These are the people on the front line who are in daily contact with nature and who depend on it for their living. They face a formidable fight, but mankind’s capacity for adaptation shows there is still hope. These documentaries take the audience on an exceptional voyage to around the world, to many different countries, all places of breathtaking beauty which must be preserved at all costs.

Traveling to all corners of the world, this series aims at showing locally through the people who experience it the concrete impact of climate change. Beyond the figures and graphics who are the people affected today in their daily activities by these change? How do they cope, what choices are they facing and what solutions have they found to maintain a sustainable activity on the land of their ancestors?

These testimonies and human-stories will tackle the global changes from a local and multicultural perspective. This series was shot in HD in Japan, Canada, Spain, Egypt, Bolivia, The United States, Mali, Vietnam, Australia, The Netherlands, Norway, Mongolia, Oman, Namibia, Greece, France, Jordan, Germany, Nepal, and Brazil.

2 seasons

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