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Plants help absorb our carbon, but for how much longer? loading...
Plants help absorb our carbon, but for how much longer?
Since the industrial era, plants have been binging on carbon, but scientists worry they might soon have their fill.
Shipwrecks may help tropical fish adapt to climate change loading...
Shipwrecks may help tropical fish adapt to climate change
As warming waters destroy reef habitats, sunken remains can provide refuge for marine life.
Sea turtles are being born mostly female due to warming—will they survive? loading...
Sea turtles are being born mostly female due to warming—will they survive?
Climate change is causing a crisis in sea turtle sex ratios. But there are signs of hope.
Mysterious ocean 'blob' may have led to fewer baby whales loading...
Mysterious ocean 'blob' may have led to fewer baby whales
A persistent mass of warm water in the Arctic provided a preview of how climate change may impact humpback whales.
Regional nuclear war could trigger global cooling and famine loading...
Regional nuclear war could trigger global cooling and famine
Even a limited nuclear conflict could spark "unprecedented climate change," US government scientists warn.
The last five years were the hottest ever, NASA and NOAA declare loading...
The last five years were the hottest ever, NASA and NOAA declare
The planet is warming up, and there’s no sign of stopping.
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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