Bear Grylls shows Bradley Cooper how to cross a ravine | Running Wild with Bear Grylls
Bear Grylls teaches Bradley Cooper how to cross a ravine. In Running Wild with Bear Grylls, Bear is taking it up a level by teaching his celebrity guests essential survival skills that they'll have to master and then prove they can use in a high stress situation.
The First-Ever Cargo Ship Powered By Green Fuel | Morten Bo Christiansen | TED
The shipping industry is vital to the global economy, but it's also a huge contributor to the climate crisis.
Did you know that one geohazard can domino into another, creating a cascade of chaos?
How Fish Get Away With Being Colourful
Coral reef fish get away with being colourful thanks to a weird quirk of underwater optics.
The Future Of Trees Is Liquid
We love trees, but the main problem is that they aren't exactly travel-sized. However, new technology wants to bring the fresh-air benefits of trees to places that the real deal just can't thrive, like dense urban areas!
Are Life-Saving Medicines Hiding in the World’s Coldest Places?
Could the next wonder drug be somewhere in Canada's snowy north? Take a trip to this beautiful, frigid landscape as chemist Normand Voyer explores the mysterious molecular treasures found in plants thriving in the cold.
Let's Plant A Garden
As the winter turns to spring, Squeaks and Mr. Brown begin planning the garden they’re going to grow this summer!
Do you ever see companies using terms like “sustainable” or “eco-friendly?” It could be a clue that they are doing something called greenwashing.
Microworlds: Unsung Pollinators
When it comes to pollinating flowering plants, bees and butterflies tend to get all the glory, but ants, flies, wasps, beetles, and more are also hard at work.
Watch A Seed Sprout
Squeaks and Mister Brown want to learn all about how the tiny little seeds they'll plant in the ground will grow into vegetables they can eat.
Ice Age Mummies
Discover what scientists have found buried in the Arctic permafrost, and find out the far-reaching effects of its melting.
Let's learn about the different climate types on our planet!
Make A Calendar Of Seeds
Mister Brown and Squeaks have asked their friend Juniper the Earthworm to help them make a seed calendar.
Let's Plant A Garden
As the winter turns to spring, Squeaks and Mr. Brown begin planning the garden they’re going to grow this summer.
Accepting Change Through Colour
A story of change in nature, helping us cope with change in life and acknowledge it as a constant part of our experience.
Studying Forest Biomass From Space
Forestry expert Maurizio Santoro explains how the use of various data can bring a great contribution/benefit to the field of mapping biomass.
Can We Capture Greenhouse Gases?
It’s one thing to say a business is carbon neutral. It’s another to be able to truly account for that carbon at all stages of the production process.
The continents are moving. When will they collide?
Dig into the science of plate tectonics to find out when the next supercontinent will emerge— and how it could affect Earth’s environment.
Black Holes Aren’t Black or Even Holes. What Are They?