Nature Documentaries
Enjoy entertaining and insightful documentaries about wildlife, the beauty of nature, climate change, sustainability, and more.
Banking Nature
Cat People
Code Red
Conscience Point
Deadliest Earthquakes: Christchurch
Deepwater Horizon: Dispatches from the Gulf
Earth in 1000 Years
Gambling On Extinction
Going Green: Brazil's Super Berry
Going Green: Costa Rica How Coffee is Helping the Climate
Going Green: Fair palm oil from Sierra Leone
Going Green: Philippines the future of the tuna fish
Going Green: Senegal mangroves for the future
Going Green: South African climate killer cold transport
Going Green: Sri Lanka's green hotel
Going Green: Tunisia New Technology for A Green Future
Going Green: Uganda learning about sustainability
Going Green: Vietnam reforestation to counter climate change
Going Wild: Bosnia and Hercegovina Sharks
Going Wild: Brazil River Dolphin
Going Wild: Butterflies in Costa Rica – Caterpillar Cultivation for the World’s Gardens
Going Wild: Central African Republic Ranger
Going Wild: Crocodiles in Belize – Reptiles in Peril
Going Wild: Indonesia Orang Utan
Going Wild: Mauretania Diawling National Park
Going Wild: Montenegro Dalmation Pelicans
Going Wild: Mozambique Ark
Going Wild: Peru Manta Rays
Going Wild: Peru River Turtles
Going Wild: Sea Turtles in the South Pacific – Breeding Grounds Under Threat
Going Wild: Suriname Sloths
Going Wild: Tanzania Serengeti National Park
Green Cops
Green Warriors
iwonderWho - Christopher Quinn (Eating Animals)
Lords Of Water
Loved To Death: Destinations Under Threat
Man's First Friend
Masked Monkey
Mission Earth
My Calling: Guardian of the Holy Ice
Now You Know: Combating Bacteria?
Now You Know: Do Trees Sleep?
Now You Know: How Does the Moon Influence the Weather?
Now You Know: How much groundwater are there in the world?
Now You Know: Where does the sand on the beach come from?
Now You Know: Where does the water on the earth come from?
Now You Know: Why do fish swim against the current?
Now You Know: Why do flowers have different colours?
Now You Know: Why do plants have thorns?
Now You Know: Why is the earth's soil brown?
On The Wild Side
Planet Re:Think
Punda The Zebra
Rescuing Rex
Secret China
Seeds Of Profit
Smoke and Fumes: The Climate Change Cover-Up
The Bright Side: The Ozone is Alright
The Carnivore's Dilemma
The Disappearing Delta
The Eco Show
The Empire Of Red Gold
The People Vs Agent Orange
The Song Catcher
The Walrus and The Whistleblower
The Wonderful World Of Goats
The World of Economics Explained: Five Ideas to Promote Climate Protection
The World of Economics Explained: Forest Facts
The World of Economics Explained: Globalization - What Now?
The World of Economics Explained: The Ways We Waste Water
The World of Economics Explained: XXL - Why So Many Big Things Out There?
Uprooted: The Olympic Tribe
USA: Climate Wars
The balance between man and the environment
The relationship between man and the environment has been established since the beginning of time. Human beings live in nature and constantly interact with it. The air we breathe, the food we eat, the water we drink, and even the gold and oil that we mine are all drawn from the sources of nature in one way or another. Therefore, it is important that we acknowledge our effects on the environment. Over the last 100 years, our technological advances have far exceeded the forces of nature and created problems such as global warming, changes in sea-levels, environmental pollution, reduction in biodiversity, and ecological balance, which endanger human survival. On the other hand, the environment affects us with natural disasters such as flooding, rainstorms, earthquakes, volcanoes and more.

Whether one lives in the city or country, the impact of nature and our entire ecosystem affects each and every one of us.

Explore nature and our environment through the world of documentaries
Documentaries about nature and our environment cover a wide range of topics, ranging from the serious to the light-hearted. Some nature documentaries make us reflect on how we are affecting the environment and what others are doing or we can do to fight climate change, while some others offer peeks into the secret lives of animals.

For heavy-hitting documentaries, check out A Plastic Whale, Climate Challenge, or Deadliest Earthquakes: Christchurch. A Plastic Whale is a documentary about a whale, rarely seen in the North Atlantic, that died in a quiet cove. When scientists attempted to salvage its skeleton for the local museum, they discovered something shocking. The whale’s stomach was filled with 30 pieces of plastic, such as shopping bags, crisp packets, and ice cream wrappers. This documentary questions how the gentle giant could have swallowed so much plastic out at sea and a mile below the waves, wondering what lead it to confuse household rubbish for natural food, and what this says about the state of our oceans.

Climate Change is an environmental documentary series where Professor Siwan Davies, an expert in ancient climates, investigates how climate change is affecting lives and landscapes all over the world. Each episode juxtaposes two places against each other, set against the backdrop of a shared environmental issue, from causes and effects of rising sea levels in Greenland and the Maldives, to deforestation in Uganda and California, to working towards becoming world leaders in sustainability in Costa Rica and Norway.

On the other hand, there are more upbeat nature documentaries, such as Kalahari Meerkats and The Wonder of Marsupials. In Kalahari Meerkats, we follow the lives of a the Gosa gang of meerkats as they roam, squabble, forage for food, struggle to avoid predators, and battle it out with rival gangs in the Tsuwalu Game Reserve in the Kalahari desert. The Wonder of Marsupials transports us to stunning Australian landscapes, where we meet unique marsupials and observe how they came to be and how they adapt to life in Australia.

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