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A 12,500-km pan-European pathway cuts deeply into military history, embattled biodiversity and the push for rejuvenation along the Iron Curtain.
In episode nine, Carl Safina heads to Zanzibar to profile efforts to instill a conservation ethic in the residents and religious leaders of Pemba Island's fishing villages.
Carl Safina meets with marine historians to find out what happened to northwest Atlantic cod and whether or not the damage can be reversed.
Can we love reefs–and fish–without loving them to death? In episode four of "Saving the Ocean," Carl Safina takes viewers to Belize to see the damage shark hunting is having on the coral reefs.
In episodes two and three of his PBS series "Saving the Ocean," Carl Safina travels to Georges Bank to give viewers an inside look into the industry of swordfish hunting.
In the first instalment of his PBS series "Saving the Ocean," Carl Safina goes whale-watching in Baja California where Gray Whales were once a target for commercial hunting.
The role of Canada’s boreal forest in global food security, and efforts to protect the priceless natural resource.
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