A Canadian-produced look at Remembrance Day – its history, its stories, its meaning and its symbols. Using both archival and modern-day footage, this program provides young students with a...[Lire la suite]
The oceans cover three quarters of the surface of our planet. Yet 90% of the seabed has never been exploited. In this episode, discover infinite beaches, high volcanoes and deep canyons lying under...[Lire la suite]
The surface of the Earth may seem immobile, even static, but it is only an impression. Every day, there are at least 50 major earthquakes and a dozen volcanic eruptions. The Earth is therefore...[Lire la suite]
De la série : « Demain / Tomorrow »
This program shows us, by multiple examples, that by uniting and working together now, we can make tomorrow better. Examples of successful ideas, values, and projects are out there – in...[Lire la suite]
De la série : « Demain / Tomorrow »
Finland, often cited as a model of how to go about educating youth the right way, is an important stop on the filmmakers' itinerary. Viewers see Cyril Dion sum up the pedagogy espoused by the...[Lire la suite]
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"Our social and political structures," observes Cyril Dion, "are not adapted to the scale of the crises (afflicting countries today). Citizens no longer expect politicians to live up...[Lire la suite]
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You have no doubt heard of bitcoin; but what about David Bowie currency? It exists, and can be used in the British city of Brixton. Mind you, this example of a community currency has no value...[Lire la suite]
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Energy has been a fundamental component of our lives since we mastered fire in prehistoric times; but as the climate change crisis precipitated by carbon pollution demonstrates, energy use must be...[Lire la suite]
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Detroit, part of the American industrial heartland now labelled the rustbelt, experienced a decline in population from 1,850,000 in 1950 to 713,000 in 2010, with those remaining behind tending to...[Lire la suite]
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In 2012, in the prestigious science journal Nature, Anthony Barnosky, Elizabeth Hadly and 20 other scientists announced that the human population was set for catastrophic decline before 2100...[Lire la suite]

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