Before Qatar’s skyrocket ascent to wealth after oil discovery, the tiny country relied on the sea. Join two vastly different generations as they dive deep into Qatar’s ancient pearling industry and are brought together by the past.
Travel to the rainforest in Malaysia to see how the indigenous Orang Asli people are coping with deforestation caused to make way for oil palm trees, which produce the most used vegetable oil in the world.
Experience the aftermath of Boko Haram’s ten year insurgency in Nigeria, as over 1.8 million displaced Nigerians, many living in Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) Camps, struggle to find a single meal in one of the worst food crises of our time.
Journey to the frontlines between a Moroccan oasis and the encroaching Sahara to explore the effects of desertification that threaten the livelihood of more than two million people living in the oases of Morocco.
Follow Lessi Phillips through her village in Nigeria, to the farm and into the creeks and classrooms as she shows us both the environmental devastation caused by the 2008 Shell oil spill and the youth who provide her community with a sense of hope.