Geography


Invisible History: Middle Florida's Hidden Roots 55 min.

The Emmy-nominated historical documentary Invisible History: Middle Florida’s Hidden Roots sheds light on the invisible history of plantations and the enslaved in North Florida. With visually compelling imagery, the film explores the history of a people who contributed so much to what the region is today.

Formats: Streaming Copyright Date: 2021

Arctic Drift 54 min.

Join scientists on the most ambitious Arctic research expedition ever. Facing hungry polar bears, perilous sea ice cracks, and brutal cold, the team strives to understand the forces that are changing the region--and the world--forever.

Formats: Streaming Copyright Date: 2021

Borneo: Islands of Wonder 58 min.

A journey from Borneo’s rich coral reefs, through lush jungles to its mountainous heart, reveals it is no paradise, and the struggles for survival are the secret to a greater variety of life than found on almost any other island, from orangutans to sun bears and flying snakes.

Formats: Streaming Copyright Date: 2020

Hawaii: Islands of Wonder 58 min.

Hawaii, the most remote island chain in the world, is a wondrous archipelago that has offered sanctuary for the life that has reached its tropical shores. From humpback whales to waterfall-climbing fish, carnivorous caterpillars and albatross, it’s home to an extraordinary wealth of wildlife.

Formats: Streaming Copyright Date: 2020

Islands of Wonder 180 min.

Journey to three of the most exotic, mysterious and remote islands on Earth: Madagascar, Borneo and Hawaii. These isolated and iconic tropical islands harbor remarkable wildlife and human castaways found nowhere else on Earth. In a rapidly changing world, these fragile islands are a vital gauge for the health of our planet.

Formats: Streaming Copyright Date: 2020

Madagascar: Islands of Wonder 58 min.

Journey across ancient Madagascar, the strangest and oldest island on Earth, famed for its lemurs. Over millennia it has given rise to more unique wildlife than any other island.

Formats: Streaming Copyright Date: 2020

Civilizations 55 min.

Examine a new theory that puts water at the center of how humans first stood upright, investigate how the birth of civilizations are dictated by their relationship to great rivers, learn how today’s “virtual water” has hidden the consequences of excess water use, find out if we can guarantee our water supplies in the future, and more.

Formats: Streaming Copyright Date: 2020

Crisis 55 min.

What is it like to live in a world without access to water? Investigate global changes in giant storms and floods across America, the over-use of aquifers around the world, the “mining” of underground water for profit, New York City’s plan to use nature for water treatment, and how an appreciation for the value of water can profoundly affect our understanding of this precious resource.

Formats: Streaming Copyright Date: 2020

H2O: The Molecule That Made Us 165 min.

Earth is alive because of liquid water and the human story is intimately connected to our relationship with it. But the growth of our civilizations has created a dangerous dependence on a precious resource that may be about to run out.

Formats: Streaming Copyright Date: 2020

Pulse 55 min.

There’s an inseparable bond between water and life–a few raindrops can cause deserts to bloom, water travels through trees in the Amazon to create giant rivers in the air, and migrating animals follow water around the planet. But the world is changing; drought-chasing scientists examine what happens when the pulse falters, showing how the flow of water is driven by its relationship with life.

Formats: Streaming Copyright Date: 2020