The Pacific Rim: Americas|
From the glaciers of Alaska to the Andes of Chile, the relentless subterranean forces that formed the eastern Pacific Rim have convulsed our cities and overshadow our future.
Palestine Is Still The Issue
John Pilger returns to the Middle East and questions why there has been no progress towards peace.
Panjy, Amelia, Justin and Vusumzi
Revisits four children in India, Norway, and South Africa, who were born in 1992, the year of the first Rio Earth Summit, and measures the impact of globalization on their lives.
Joost de Haas
Pacific islanders are not benefiting from digital windfall or World Wide Web.
Robert J. Long
Changing our present exploitative relationship with Earth to one of partnership.
A brilliantly innovative telling of the story of Dr. John Rae who discovered the awful truth about the fate of the Franklin Expedition's attempt to find the Northwest Passage.
International patent regulations only protect multinationals.
Patents and Patients
Joost de Haas
India battles HIV/AIDS using generic drugs.
Pavements of Gold
Increase in urban poverty and population, caused by globalization, threatens Peruvians.
Spreading human rights and democracy...or empire?
Paying the Price
Pharmaceutical companies block generic drugs, threatening the lives of millions of Africans with AIDS.
Paying the Price
John Pilger exposes the devastating effect that UN sanctions had on the children of Iraq during the 1990s.
Paying the Price (Short Version)
John Pilger exposes the devastating effect that UN sanctions have had on the children of Iraq.
Moving portrait of legendary environmentalist and Vietnam vet, Doug Peacock.
A hand-operated peanut-sheller makes a difference in the lives of villagers around the world.
The Perfect Famine
Examines the causes of, and solutions to, severe famine conditions in Malawi.
The Perils of Plectropomus
The life and death struggles of fish on a coral reef today.
An unfettered study of the penis's place in history, art, religion, and contemporary life.
The Philadelphia Story
Globalized economy affects American jobs.
The Pied Piper of Eyasi
The Hadza are among Africa's last hunter-gatherers. Should they follow charismatic Baallow into the modern world?
Pilgrims and Tourists
In the Altai Republic of Russia and in Northern California, indigenous shamans resist massive government projects that threaten nature and culture.
Melissa Young and Mark Dworkin
With the "Pivot to Asia" increased activity at the navy base on Whidbey Island, WA is making life unbearable for locals and wildlife - collateral damage in the ever increasing militarization of our society.
Shelley Lee Davies, Or Shlomi
Makes the case for a plant-based diet which is good for our bodies, good for the environment and mitigates climate change.
The latest in energy saving technology and good design.
Planet Neighborhood: Classroom Modules
Middle school science series on energy-efficiency and good design.
A provocative and breathtaking wakeup call - a cross continental cinematic journey that explores our cosmic origins and our future as a species.
Barbara Willis Sweete
A figure skating and modern dance fantasia.
Angela Sun reveals the effects of our rabid plastic consumption as she investigates The Great Pacific Garbage Patch.
Play Again (New Edition)
Tonje Hessen Schei
What are the consequences of a childhood removed from nature? Six screen-addicted teens take their first wilderness adventure.
Poison in the Rockies
Threats to water quality in the Colorado Rockies.
Politicians plunder the Amazon rainforest.
Rap group in Sao Paulo, Brazil, expresses social problems.
Can humans and wildlife co-exist in the suburbs?
Power to Heal
Charles Burnett & Daniel Loewenthal
The untold story of how the twin struggles for racial justice and healthcare intersected: creating Medicare and desegregating thousands of hospitals at the same time.
The President's Dilemma
In the face of rising sea levels due to climate change, Kiribati President Anote Tong must decide the fate of his people. Should he plan for an orderly evacuation of the islands?
A non-partisan look at the consequences of big-money campaign donations and a Capitol overrun by lobbyists.
Television Trust for the Environment
A young Pakistani landowner chooses between trying to implement the MDGs in the village that his family owns, and a quiet life.
Profit and Loss
From Papua New Guinea to the tar sands of Alberta, Canada, native people fight the loss of land, water, and health to mining and oil industries.
Programmed To Be Fat?
Man-made chemicals may be programming us to be fat - before we're even born.
An investigation into how war games, worst-case scenarios, complex systems, and networked media produce the very crises they seek to model, predict and report.
Anna Moot-Levin, Laura Green
Three healthcare providers bring care to a rural American community, showing the transformative power of providers' relationships with marginalized patients.
Psychology and the New Heroism
Philip Zimbardo and Daniel Ellsberg discuss why some people are willing to take courageous nonviolent action in defense of ethical principles.