Item #: 189207
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Item #: 189209
Item #: 189210
This series documents indigenous people and grassroots organizations from various countries including Madagascar, Mozambique, Ecuador and Indonesia as they attempt to stabilize rainforests in peril. These efforts include turning forest remnants into a park to create economic opportunities for villagers; a community learning to live in harmony with their elephant population; and starting an organic cacao cooperative in the middle of a South American jungle. We also learn about efforts to protect the largest orangutan sanctuary in the world amid the rampant deforestation occurring on Indonesian Borneo.
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Length: 107 minutes
Copyright date: ©2017
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