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Environment


“The Swamp” explores the history of the Florida Everglades

Source:  American Experience "The Swamp" tells the dramatic story of humanity’s attempts to conquer the Florida Everglades, one of nature’s most mysterious ecosystems. Home to a profusion of plants and animals found nowhere else on the continent, the Everglades in the...

Artists strive to make climate change “visceral”

Source:  Scientific American A new art installation by British artist and filmmaker John Akomfrah that focuses on climate change will open in the Boston Harbor next spring. "Purple" is an immersive six-channel video installation that sheds light on climate change's...

Victor Kossakovsky’s “Aquarela” captures the raw power of water

Source:  Variety In titling “Aquarela,” his latest grandiose, sense-pummelling documentary ride, one has to wonder if iconoclastic Russian director Victor Kossakovsky was the tiniest bit annoyed that a certain awards juggernaut from last year’s Venice Film Festival...

Expedition Antarctica: A father and son’s journey to save the planet

Source:  CBS News Thirty-two years ago, Robert Swan made history as the first person to walk to both poles. Even as a young man, these grueling expeditions took a harsh toll on his body. Passing directly beneath the hole in the ozone layer, Swan's face became badly...