Visit the Maasai savannah of Kenya, Africa's largest slum and its newest hydroelectric dam. Journey into the coal mines and power plants of growing Vietnam. Cross Nepal with an environmental health scientist, studying people's transition from the most dangerous cooking fuel, killing millions a year, to the safest. And bring solar electricity, for the first time ever, to the Arhuaco people of Northern Colombia. Watch this 7-part series, based on and expanded from the celebrated global energy documentary Switch On– a spectacular, unexpected journey to know and understand the issues driving energy development around the world.
With optimism and determination, the voices of farmers and AlVelAl entrepreneurs show us practical and realistic solutions to combat desertification and the loss of life that affects so many rural areas around the world. It is the story of entrepreneurs for the environmental, economic and social regeneration of their territory, the Altiplano Estepario of Almeria, Granada and Murcia. More information at https://www.headheartandhands.site
Detroit Hives follows Tim Paule and Nicole Lindsey, a young couple from East Detroit, who are working hard to bring diversity to the field of beekeeping and create opportunities for young Detroit natives to overcome adversity. It is estimated that Detroit has well over 90,000 empty housing lots to date. In an effort to address this issue, Tim and Nicole have been purchasing vacant lots and converting them into bee farms. Detroit Hives explores the importance of bringing diversity to beekeeping and rebuilding inner-city communities one hive at a time.