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Arctic Sea Ice Is Second-Lowest on Record
But the amount of ice found throughout most of the Arctic was even lower than in recent years, except for the region around Japan.
Life on Earth Is Under Assault—But There’s Still Hope loading...
Life on Earth Is Under Assault—But There’s Still Hope
A major international report on biodiversity warns of serious threats to all living things, but many solutions are available.
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World's Iconic Buildings Go Dark For Earth Hour
Iconic buildings go dark to raise awareness around energy consumption and climate change.
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More Sharks Ditching Annual Migration As Ocean Warms
Blacktip sharks usually travel in the tens of thousands from North Carolina to Florida. But thanks to climate change, more are staying put.
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Deep Bore Into Antarctica Finds Freezing Ice, Not Melting As Expected
Scientists will leave sensors in the hole to better understand the long-term changes in the ice, which may have big implications for global sea level.
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How Colour Changing Animals Are Rebelling Against Climate Change
A new study finds hot spots where animals that turn white for the winter could thrive in a less snowy world.
About the Show

As newly appointed United Nations Messenger of Peace on Climate Change, Leonardo DiCaprio embarks on the role of a lifetime. Journeying from the remote wastes of Greenland to the burning forests of Sumatra to the halls of the Vatican, DiCaprio explores climate change’s devastating impact on the planet. He uses his unprecedented access to speak with activists, scientists, and world leaders including Barack Obama, Elon Musk, and Pope Francis; Delving deep into the causes of the crisis and uncovering potential solutions to it.

Before The Flood premieres 30th October on National Geographic Channel and online here.

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