The Age of Nature

Explore humanity’s relationship with nature and wildlife, as scientists and conservationists from all over the world examine ways we can restore our planet. This documentary series asks whether newfound awareness of nature could bring about a new chapter in the human story.

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The Glaciers of Bhutan


Bhutanese farmers and herders work to reduce the risk of catastrophic flooding.

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Blue Carbon Ecosystems


Peter Macreadie discusses blue carbon.

European Bison Roam Poland's Bialowieza Forest


European bison roam the oldest forest in Europe.

The Important Role of Fireflies as Pest Control


A small village reintroduced fireflies to the area to act as pest control for its crops.

The Threat of Wolves in Montana


How ranchers are finding ways to live alongside wolves in Montana.

The Creation of 'Trees for Life' to Rewild Scotland


Alan Featherstone founded "Trees for Life" to help rewild the Scottish Highlands.

The Impact of the Loess Plateau Rehabilitation Project


In 1994, workers took part in the rehabilitation of the Loess Plateau landscape.