What Will Happen If the Rivers Disappear? | Short Film Showcase

What would happen if our rivers stopped flowing? Conservation groups in Texas are rallying together to ensure the future of fresh water for the economy, wildlife, and human enjoyment.
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National Wildlife Federation’s Myron Hess lays out the need for this type of coalition as he canoes down one of the state’s scenic rivers. With each oar stroke, Hess makes the case for the importance of preserving healthy ecosystems through clean water and the support of the Texas Living Waters Project (http://texaslivingwaters.org/).

Credit: Ben Masters – http://www.benmasters.com/

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Saving One of the Most Pristine Wetlands on Earth | National Geographic

The Okavango Delta is one of the most vibrant wetlands in the world, but it’s under threat.
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Located in the Kalahari Desert of northern Botswana, the oasis is fed by Angola’s Cuito and Cubango Rivers. The delta is a wildlife paradise and home to many exotic animals like elephants, hippos, sitatungas, and African fish eagles. But the delta is in danger as Angola seeks to develop the upper reaches of the Cuito and Cubango. Increasingly, forests along the banks are being burned down for river access, hunting, and subsistence crops. With these growing pressures, the future of the delta is at stake. The Okavango Wilderness Project is rooted in this cause. National Geographic Society sponsored an intrepid expedition team to research and survey the headwaters and document the need to protect the ecosystem. This animated video will reveal some the team’s wildlife discoveries and the environmental concerns the delta faces—as well as the tricky business of conservation across political borders.

Read the entire story in the November 2017 issue of National Geographic: https://www.nationalgeographic.com/magazine/2017/11/africa-expedition-conservation-okavango-delta-cuito/

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Dian’s Active Conservation | Dian Fossey: Secrets in the Mist

Dian Fossey was determined to study gorillas, despite the many challenges she faced.
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Dian Fossey: Secrets in the Mist is a three hour series for National Geographic Channel. The series tells the story of the life, work, murder and legacy of gorilla researcher Dian Fossey. The series will weave together three story strands. The first is the story of Dian’s life and work – her childhood, her early days researching in Congo and her arrival in Rwanda for the 18 years she studied Mountain Gorillas. The second strand covers Dian’s murder in Rwanda and the trial of her American co-worker Wayne McGuire, who was found guilty of her murder. Wayne fled Rwanda before the trial began but was convicted in absentia. He has always maintained his innocence. We intend to reopen the case by reviewing the evidence (if it can be located) and speaking with people who knew and worked with Dian and were involved in investigating the murder. Finally, we will tell the story of Dian’s legacy by filming the Pablo troop of gorillas, which includes the silverback Cantsbee, the most successful gorilla ever known. The series will use archive footage and still images, interviews with people who knew and worked with Dian, specially shot footage and reconstruction to tell the life story of Dian Fossey and the aftermath of her murder.

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Adorable Lemurs Roam Free on This Ancient Island | Short Film Showcase

In Madagascar, a small piece of rainforest holds an inspiring conservation story. See how a group of local people have banded together to protect the island’s much-loved ring-tailed lemur in this short film by Robin Hoskyns.
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Since the year 2000, ring-tailed lemur populations on the island have dropped more than 95 percent. Rapid habitat loss, hunting, and the illegal pet trade have all contributed to the species’ dramatic decline. Looking to turn things around, a group of local people have banded together to protect their much-loved maki. Due to their hard work, the Anja Community Reserve now boasts the highest density of ring-tailed lemurs in the whole of the island. See the animals at play in their island oasis in this inspiring short film by Robin Hoskyns.

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Exclusive: Colombian President Strives to Make His Country Greener | National Geographic

Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos, 66, won the 2016 Nobel Peace Prize for negotiating an end to his nation’s 52-year civil war. He was honored recently by National Geographic for greatly increasing protected land and marine areas in Colombia, one of the world’s most biologically diverse countries.
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Read the full January 2017 article “The Healing of Colombia.”
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Going Underwater For a World Worth Protecting | Perpetual Planet: Baja

National Geographic and National Geographic Correspondent, Alexandra Roca, travel across Baja California, Mexico to explore why wildlife tourism is evolving in this bio-diverse region.
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Rolex and National Geographic have formed an enhanced new partnership to promote exploration and conservation. The organizations with more than 200 years of combined experience supporting expeditions, are again joining forces to support pioneering explorers and nurture their successors in efforts to safeguard the Earth’s oceans, poles and mountains for the benefit of future generations. #partneredcontent

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What’s Driving Tigers Toward Extinction? | National Geographic

With fewer than 4,000 of these iconic animals in the wild today, tiger populations have been in a rapid decline over the past century. These already endangered big cats are being driven towards extinction, as demand for tiger products continue. Learn how traditional Chinese medicine, tiger bone wine, and even selfies are complicit in this destruction.
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Journeying With Bats Across Mexico | Perpetual Planet: Mexico

National Geographic, Rolex and Nat Geo Correspondent Alexandra Roca, travel across Mexico to explore how one of the country’s most misunderstood wildlife creatures is spearheading sustainability and transforming tequila production.
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