Rising seas, glacial melt, and the spread of invasive species are just a few of the serious environmental challenges threatening communities around the world today. With scientist and National Geographic Explorer Alizé Carrère as our guide, ADAPTATION presents us with examples of the brilliant and surprising ways that communities are adapting to change.
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About the Show
As climate change imposes a disturbing new normal on our global landscapes, scientist and National Geographic Explorer Alizé Carrère goes around the world where remarkable examples of adaptation have become the bedrock of survival and growth. Carrère’s investigation reveals the truly inspiring work being done by people who are forced to confront environmental crises. These displays of creative innovations offer hope and inspiration as we imagine and transform our shared future on this planet.
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