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Climate Change: Ade on the Frontline, Episode 2, Bangladesh and Bhutan
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directed by Eric McFarland, fl. 2016; presented by Ade Adepitan, 1973-; produced by Eric McFarland, fl. 2016, in Climate Change: Ade on the Frontline, Episode 2 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2021), 52 mins
Ade travels through the stunning water world of Bangladesh's Ganges delta, before heading into the remote Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan. The Bangladesh delta is stunning and lush - but it's also under threat from the increasingly extreme weather that climate change is causing. The cyclones rolling in from the Indian...
directed by Eric McFarland, fl. 2016; presented by Ade Adepitan, 1973-; produced by Eric McFarland, fl. 2016, in Climate Change: Ade on the Frontline, Episode 2 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2021), 52 mins
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e2, Season 2, Episode 2, Energy for a Developing World
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directed by Tad Fettig, fl. 1995-2016; produced by Midori Willoughby, fl. 2006, kontentreal, in e2, Season 2, Episode 2 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2007), 25 mins
A cleaner energy future depends, in large part, on responsible energy consumption in the developing world. Founded by Nobel Peace Prize-winner Muhammad Yunus, the Grameen Shakti organization in Bangladesh distributes small solar systems and portable bio-gas systems to rural Bangladeshis, empowering women and the p...
directed by Tad Fettig, fl. 1995-2016; produced by Midori Willoughby, fl. 2006, kontentreal, in e2, Season 2, Episode 2 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2007), 25 mins
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Extreme Environments, 6, Flood
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produced by Evan Clark, fl. 2012, in Extreme Environments, 6 (Geelong, Victoria: Switch International, 2010), 24 mins
With average temperatures rising globally, floods are becoming more frequent, and more prolonged, causing devastation to people, houses, agriculture and production. Flood Irrigation Planning and Flood Management Strategies are under review and water born diseases such as cholera are increasing. Reviews the effects...
produced by Evan Clark, fl. 2012, in Extreme Environments, 6 (Geelong, Victoria: Switch International, 2010), 24 mins
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Natural State, Natural State: Episode 3
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produced by Stuart Allan, fl. 2005, in Natural State (Geelong, Victoria: Switch International), 24 mins
Garden Seat That Grows- A British student designer has come up with a novel idea of a garden seat that grows itself. Plant Stroking Machine- English developers have come up with a device that caresses a plant to simulate various breezes. Storm Stopper- Scientists in Florida have come up with a powder that is drop...
produced by Stuart Allan, fl. 2005, in Natural State (Geelong, Victoria: Switch International), 24 mins
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Climate Change
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directed by Kate Conway, fl. 2011; produced by Kate Conway, fl. 2011, Pumpkin TV (Bristol, England: Pumpkin TV, 2014), 37 mins
Use this resource to encourage students to judge whether or not climate change will impact upon people differently around the world. The impacts of climate change can be quite hard to see in the UK, but as our fantastic footage from the Arctic, Greenland, Iceland, Africa, the Alps, Bangladesh, India and China show...
directed by Kate Conway, fl. 2011; produced by Kate Conway, fl. 2011, Pumpkin TV (Bristol, England: Pumpkin TV, 2014), 37 mins
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e2, Season 3, Episode 2, The Village Architect
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directed by Tad Fettig, fl. 1995-2016; produced by Midori Willoughby, fl. 2006, kontentreal, in e2, Season 3, Episode 2 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2008), 25 mins
Architect Brian MacKay-Lyons grew up on the shipyards of Nova Scotia and borrows from that lean, economical building tradition in his architecture. From the Barn Yard in his village to the Canadian Embassy in Bangladesh, this episode presents a lesson in local vernacular — why it works and how it might be the mo...
directed by Tad Fettig, fl. 1995-2016; produced by Midori Willoughby, fl. 2006, kontentreal, in e2, Season 3, Episode 2 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2008), 25 mins
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Indian Ocean with Simon Reeve, Episode 5, Sri Lanka to Bangladesh
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directed by Olly Bootle, fl. 2008; presented by Simon Reeve, 1972-; produced by Olly Bootle, fl. 2008, in Indian Ocean with Simon Reeve, Episode 5 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2012), 59 mins
This stage of Simon Reeve's journey around the spectacular Indian Ocean takes him from Sri Lanka to Bangladesh. The island of Sri Lanka, with its strategic location and tropical spices, was a target for invaders and colonisers for centuries. Now the Chinese are building a huge new port in the south, and Chinese m...
directed by Olly Bootle, fl. 2008; presented by Simon Reeve, 1972-; produced by Olly Bootle, fl. 2008, in Indian Ocean with Simon Reeve, Episode 5 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2012), 59 mins
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Nature Inc., One Sexy Tuber
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directed by Alexandra Posada, fl. 2002; produced by Rob Gould, Dev TV, in Nature Inc. (Quebec (Province): CinéFête, 2009), 21 mins
Industrial farming has discarded genetic diversity in favour of a handful of high-yielding monocultures. But these exhaust the soil and are vulnerable to crop diseases and pests that genetic diversity protects against. Now some agribusinesses and farmers are seeing sustainable profits and productivity in crop dive...
directed by Alexandra Posada, fl. 2002; produced by Rob Gould, Dev TV, in Nature Inc. (Quebec (Province): CinéFête, 2009), 21 mins
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Nature Inc., Union of Green
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directed by Alexandra Posada, fl. 2002; produced by Robert Gould, fl. 1979-1979, in Nature Inc. (Quebec (Province): CinéFête), 21 mins
The ‘triple crunch’ of climate, credit, and energy insecurity, is forcing governments to seriously consider the “green economy” as a way of making a sustainable recovery. NATURE INC. goes to China, India, USA, Spain, Bangladesh and Colombia to examine the claim that green investment equals green jobs.
directed by Alexandra Posada, fl. 2002; produced by Robert Gould, fl. 1979-1979, in Nature Inc. (Quebec (Province): CinéFête), 21 mins
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Easy Like Water
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directed by Glenn Baker, fl. 1988; produced by Stephen Sapienza, 1987-, Potomac Media Works (San Francisco, CA: The Video Project, 2013), 57 mins

Easy Like Water profiles one man's resourceful quest to fight the effects of climate change in the developing world through the power of “design for good” – a growing global movement to encourage design-driven social change as a community-based response to the challenges brought on by the new climate reality.

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directed by Glenn Baker, fl. 1988; produced by Stephen Sapienza, 1987-, Potomac Media Works (San Francisco, CA: The Video Project, 2013), 57 mins
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