In January 1969, an oil well blew up off the coast of Santa Barbara, spilling an estimated 11 million litres of black goo into the ocean. Now in 2015, they're dealing with yet another oil spill, once again off the coast of Santa Barbara.
Biorocks might be the prettiest forms of environmental remediation you’ll ever see. Part art, part science, these artificial, electrified structures are slowly helping coral recover from environmental devastation.
While increasingly advanced electronic telemetry tags can tell us a lot about animal behaviour, there’s just no substitute for seeing it on video. Here's an example, from when researchers strapped a camera to a shark. Read More >>
The film takes place in a parched, near-future Australia, where the control of water is the greatest power. As it happens, over the past 20 years Australia has weathered one of the most devastating droughts on the planet.