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Six Degrees Could Change the World

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Discusses why many scientists believe that the Earth's average temperature could rise by as much as six degrees Celsius by 2100. Explores what each rising degree could mean for the future of humanity and our planet. Illustrates how global warming has already affected the reefs of Australia, the ice fields of Greenland, and the Amazonian rain forest. Explains what's real, what's still controversial, and how existing technologies and remedies could help dial back the global thermometer.
DVD
2008
Clemons (Stacks)
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Last Chance to See: Animals on the Verge of Extinction

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British comedian legend Stephen Fry and zoologist Mark Carwardine travel from the Amazon's steamy jungles to New Zealand's icy mountain tops seeking some of the most remarkable and endangered creatures of Earth. Entertaining and informative with a unique insight into the fascinating world that we are in danger of losing.
DVD
2010; 2009
Clemons (Stacks)
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Whale Wars

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Documents the three-month sojourn of the staff and volunteers of the Sea Shepherd and the tactics used to cripple the whaling trade. Viewers are taken on an adventure that spotlights how the group takes action against alleged illegal whaling operations.
DVD
2010
Clemons (Stacks)
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The Incredible Journey of the Butterflies

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Every year monarch butterflies migrate across North America to a remote area of Mexico. This presentation discusses how the butterflies navigate and endure the long journey and takes you to the locations they call home.
DVD
2009
Clemons (Stacks)
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Extreme Ice

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This videodisc focuses on climate change shown through time-lapse cameras set by internationally acclaimed photojournalist James Balog, who has placed equipment in more than two dozen glacial locations around the world in order to assess the impact of global warming.
DVD
2008; 2009
Clemons (Stacks)
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Life After People

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What will the world be like when mankind is extinct? The pyramids may stand forever, but the cities will disappear. Our greatest masterpieces will fade and crumble. As global warming and the depletion of natural resources become ever more pressing issues it is critical to consider how we can reduce our impact on the planet. Journey to locations around the globe already going through the processes of a lack of human intervention. See the changes wrought in just decades in ghostly settlements like Chernobyl, which was abandoned since only 1986, and island towns off the coast of Maine. How long would it take before the last remnants of mankind completely disappeared?
DVD
2008
Clemons (Stacks)
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Open Frame: The Silent World of Partridge Keeping

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An examination of the tradition of rearing partridges in North India, with special attention to the condition of birds in captivity, the cruelty inflicted upon them, their illegal trade, and betting during bird fights. The innefective nature of the laws curbing these issues is also addressed.
DVD
2006
Clemons (Stacks)
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Wilderness Calling

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Documentary on India's wildlife wealth and the need to conserve it. Shot at various wildlife sancturies of India.
DVD
2007
Clemons (Stacks)
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Last of East

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On the importance and history of Namdapha Biosphere Reserve in Arunachal Pradesh, its flora and fauna and interference of man in the ecological balance of the park.
DVD
2007
Clemons (Stacks)
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The White Lions

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The story of two remarkable and extremely rare white lion cubs on their journey to adulthood. Both are female, sisters born as white as snow in May 2009 in South Africa's Kruger Park.
DVD
2012
Clemons (Stacks)
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Madagascar: The Land Where Evolution Ran Wild

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For 65 million years, Madagascar was lost to the world, isolated, undiscovered, and untouched by humans. Left to its own devices it became a hotbed of evolution, resulting in the greatest concentration of unique creatures anywhere on the planet. More than 80% of Madagascar's animals and plants are found nowhere else on Earth. Recognized as one of the world's most important biodiversity hotspots. The primates seen include: the indri (Indri indri), the largest lemur, jumping across the land on its hind legs when it moves between trees; the critically endangered reed lemur (Hapalemur alaotrensis), is shown practicing parenting and feeding behavior, as well as it specially-evolved jumping mechanisms needed to navigate the floating reed beds on which it lives; crowned lemurs (Eulemur coro [...]
DVD
2011
Clemons (Stacks)