The warming of the planet is accelerating, and may be near a point of no return
Every day we are exposed to hundreds of untested chemicals, many of which have been found to cause cancer, birth defects and other illnesses.
The oceans, once thought limitless, are dying under the stress of pollution and over-extinction
We have triggered a wave of wildlife and plant extinctions on a scale not seen since the dinosaurs disappeared millions of years ago.
The average American household has the TV on nearly 60 hours per week.
A special on the migration of monarch butterflies and the threats to their survival
A close look on the international politics of climate change
An expose on the chemical industry’s suppression of evidence of Bisphenol A
A special on how overfishing is straining our marine ecosystems.
Downton Abbey: Behind the Scenes
Go on a Polar Bear Safari in Manitoba, Canada
Dive or snorkel on Australia’s Great Barrier Reef with a marine biologist
Go on an African wildlife safari with an elephant
Visit mountain lakes in the Rockies with an ecologist to assess the effects of toxic pollution on frogs and other amphibians
A week in a beach cottage with a good book and close family & friends
A sea turtle frolicking above a coral reef
A mountain lion drinking at a beautiful alpine stream
A gorgeous shot of children playing together outside
A polar bear and cubs
A family picture during a camping trip