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They do not follow the fashionable rules of posh, ego-driven star-chefdom. Instead, they are committed to Earth-friendly cuisine. Around the world, for the first time in history, chefs and restaurateurs are seeking concrete solutions to help shape the future
RUSSIA – Slava Cheltuev, Telengit community leader and shaman from Russian Altai’s high altitude Kosh Agach Raion traverses the Altai’s sacred lands. He reflects on our 21st century world and stresses the importance of reviving vital traditional knowledge –
Directed, produced, written and edited by Kim MacQuarrie. “Kamchatka: Siberia’s Forbidden Wilderness” is an Emmy-winning natural history film that follows the lives of a family of Grizzly Bears (a mother and three spring cubs) as they make a living on
Kawagebo (6740m), the highest mountain in Yunnan, lies in the Hengduan range. This episode profiles the rich biodiversity of south-western Yunnan province. Forming the eastern boundary of the Himalaya, the Hengduan Mountains have buckled into a series of parallel ridges running north-south.
Madagascar, the world’s oldest island, broke off from Africa and India and has been on its own for more than 70 million years. In splendid isolation, it has evolved its very own wildlife – more than 80 per cent of it is found nowhere else. And that wildlife is quite extraordinary. In this episode, we reveal the island’s most bizarre and dramatic places, and the unique wildlife that has made its home in each, thanks to the geology and isolation of this Alice-in-Wonderland world.
First part of the BBC series Wild China. This episode centers around southern China’s amazing natural scenery and weather conditions. It takes viewers to amazing natural places such the Longji Rice Terraces and the limestone karsts of Yangshuo and Guilin.