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The Ghost Rainforest
Told from the perspective of indigenous activist Narubia Werreria, ‘The Ghost Rainforest’ follows a group of five indigenous leaders and activists from the Amazon, making an emotionally charged and once in a lifetime journey to a little known and desperately rare temperate rainforest habitat in Scotland.
Aguilucho: Dance of the Harpy Eagle
When a rare Harpy Eagle nest is discovered near the Emberá tribe of Playa Muerto, the tribe finds an unlikely ally.
Living With Lions
Growing up in Kenya, the only images of conservationists Resson Kantai Duff ever saw were of those she calls “the pale and the male.” She never saw anyone who looked like herself.
The Lost Salmon
'The Lost Salmon' chronicles the plight and potential recovery of the iconic Spring-run Chinook Salmon of the Pacific Northwest.
The Letter: A Message for Our Earth
The Letter: A Message for our Earth, tells the story about the Pope’s call to care for our planet.
Seagrass For Sea Change
The shallow waters off Australia’s shores once supported vast meadows of seagrasses that can be as critical to biodiversity as any coral reef or rainforest, but have been dangerously degraded by centuries of industrialization.
Saving the Florida Wildlife Corridor
Through the voices of farmers, fishermen, ranchers and conservationists, Saving the Florida Wildlife Corridor offers a glimpse into one of America's most unique and complex conservation opportunities, and highlights the need to collaborate to ensure its survival.
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National Geographic Society Impact Story Lab in association with the Florida Wildlife Corridor Organization


Through the voices of farmers, fishermen, ranchers and conservationists, Saving the Florida Wildlife Corridor offers a glimpse into one of America's most unique and complex conservation opportunities, and highlights the need to collaborate to ensure its survival.

  • Year
    2022
  • Runtime
    28 minutes
  • Language
    English
  • Country
    United States