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Cool BBC Documentary on Climate Change

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I saw this playlist on YouTube and thought you all might be interested in watching it. It is a documentary series by BBC called: "I Have Seen the World Change"

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Hey thanks for posting this Dave,

Gave me infotaiment last night and this morning.

Thus fair I think the one on Greece and the one on Mongolia are head and shoulders above the others. Especially since I'm a sucker for history and historic hubs. The faces on the people in these films... So much diversity. It is very telling

Anyway, The one on Greece focuses on Drought, Wild Fire, Bees, and Olive Grafting. Pretty damn cool. In one of the oldest continuously habituated landscapes around.

The Mongolia one shows just how dire the situation is becoming in much of central Asia. These people had life figured out. Real permie living. And some of the most beautiful vigorous and hardy livestock in the world. It seems like that could be a great asset for them.

These two are brilliant!
So it takes a day for light to pass through this glass? So this was yesterday's tiny ad?
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