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The Roads Melted in Victoria
Literally on the road to nowhere
Climate Change Is Suffocating Large Parts of the Ocean loading...
Climate Change Is Suffocating Large Parts of the Ocean
A new study says warming has reduced the oxygen levels in large swaths of the deep ocean, threatening marine life around the world.
Here’s Where The Arctic’s Wildlife Will Make Its Last Stand loading...
Here’s Where The Arctic’s Wildlife Will Make Its Last Stand
Forecasters say the region’s sea ice will dwindle to a strip above Greenland and Canada. There, polar bears and others will fight to survive.
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East Antarctic Ice Has A Wild Past. It May Be A Harbinger
The East Antarctic ice sheet has fluctuated wildly in the past, a study finds—adding to concerns of a dramatic meltback in the future.
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Starving Polar Bear Photographer Explains Why She Couldn’t Help
Cristina Mittermeier describes the helplessness she felt while photographing the polar bear and implores readers to take climate change seriously.
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Heart-Wrenching Video Shows Starving Polar Bear On Iceless Land
Lack of sea ice is making it more difficult for polar bears to find food.
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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