This week's viewer's question comes from Alfonso Milena from Bogota in Colombia.
There are a lot of fish on the Kamchatka Peninsula in the Russian Far East. But the same rules for catching them do not apply to everyone. Juri Rescheto reports from Kamchatka.
The oceans are a dark mystery. They surround us, and yet they are largely unknown. We once thought they were flat and boring. We now know they are anything but. And there's so much more to discover.
The Rhine River once curled and turned, flooding and receding to support a rich mosaic of forests, meadows and marshes. Straightening the river out has been disastrous for its wetlands.
The Republic of Maldives, a tiny nation made up of more than a thousand islands, sits a mere meter above water. With the sea-level rises expected by the end of this century, its inhabitants are facing displacement.
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