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An Awful Lie would be a better title. The BS spewed out by Al Gore has been debunked numerous of times. His campaign was a "I lost the campaign for presidency so now I have to find some way of getting people to notice me". News flash: You lost the presidency because your politics sucks and so does you green preaching!
This documentary about Gore and his presentation are as relevant now as when this was shot. We continue to pump CO2 into our atmosphere even as a majority of Americans have come around on the facts of global warming. Gore takes the optimistic position in "An Inconvenient Truth," but today we see that it is not "political will" that holds us back but the will of a few powerful, monied interests. In America science must bow to money, even when the future of our wellbeing is on the line. I think the average billionaire would rather be rich than healthy, rather make money than have a gorgeous Earth to live on. The second lesson, ten years later, is that elections matter. George W. Bush and Donald Trump, the great presidential mistakes of the 21st Century, have dropped a ball that Al Gore and Hillary Clinton would have caught handily. Imagine where we would be with consistent, pro-environmental leadership for the last 20 years. "An Inconvenient Truth" isn't just a lesson in climate change. It shows the importance of our election in American later this year.
Fast on his feet with a fat mustache, short stature, and investigative gaze. For a couple of days in the mountain, in his native land, we approach a man, strange and loud but nevertheless genuine and sensitive, a hunter. In his own way, Mr. Sotiris shines light on our bond with nature, history and man.
Travel the America to explore four of the world's most beautiful National Parks. Cruise the icy waters of Alaska's glittering Glacier Bay and see whales breaching, eagles soaring, glaciers thundering into the sea! Wander through lush green Corcoavdo, Costa Rica's enchanting rainforest, amid gorgeous scarlet macaws and spider monkeys. Journey to Canada's majestic Banff National Park to enjoy brilliant turquoise Lake Louise nestled beneath the soaring Rockies. Behold Arizona's awe-inspiring Grand Canyon - so magnificent it's been called "an amphitheater fit for the gods!"
This landmark series explores a vast ocean that stretches nearly 10,000 miles, from Arctic to Antarctic and from sun-drenched tropical reefs to crushing abyssal depths. Over three programmes it reveals the amazing, surprising and resilient inhabitants of the Atlantic, both animals and people, as they pit themselves against the world’s wildest ocean.
Politically Exposed Persons (PEPs) are people who hold a public function and as a result, present higher risks of being involved in bribery or corruption. Offshore leaks have revealed repeatedly that PEPs use British finance and British offshore jurisdictions to launder their wealth, hide their wealth and re-invest it into the global financial system. London is the place where they buy property, where they take legal action against their critics and where they live when they fall from grace. But what happens when a developing country fights back and attempts to get Britain to return the money that it claims has been stolen? Watch Behind Closed Doors and find out.
A notorious political satirist conceals his identity and poses as a political candidate.
Documentary showing the Czechoslovakian political landscape in March 1968, when president Antonin Novotny, a hardline Stalinist, stepped down and moderate communist Ludvik Svoboda was elected. Five months later, in August 68, the Prague Spring would end with the military intervention of the Warsaw Pact.
Ocean Voyagers explores the familiar themes of motherhood and parenting in a world as unfamiliar as it is breathtaking. Featuring a precocious newborn humpback calf and his enormous 40 ton mother, we are taken on a journey of discovery into their world.
Beauty on the Wing: Life Story of the Monarch Butterfly is a 56-minute narrated film that unfolds along the shores of Cape Ann and in the heart of Mexico’s forested volcanic mountains. Every stage of the butterfly’s life cycle is experienced in vibrant close-up, from mating to egg to caterpillar to adult, and set against the backdrop of sea and forest, sun and wind.
How our societies can be transformed into an ultra-low carbon way of living fit for our children’s future?
Many geneticists and archaeologists have long surmised that human life began in Africa. Dr. Spencer Wells, one of a group of scientists studying the origin of human life, offers evidence and theories to support such a thesis in this PBS special. He claims that Africa was populated by only a few thousand people that some deserted their homeland in a conquest that has resulted in global domination.