Amazon Rainforest, South America
With 20 per cent of the Earth's oxygen originating from the Amazon, it's no wonder some call it the lungs of our planet. The Amazon's 1.4 billion acres of dense forest is a buffet of biodiversity and one of the world's greatest natural resources. Despite the critical role it plays in sustaining the planet, the South American rainforest is being destroyed at an alarming rate. Land is being cleared for cattle ranches, logging, soybean farming and mining. According to the World Wildlife Fund, 55 per cent of the Amazon's rainforest could be gone by 2030 if current deforestation rates continue.
Brothers Aarne and Lasse Aatsinki are the cowboys of the Arctic. Their family leads a collective of traditional reindeer herders that manages the last ... More Brothers Aarne and Lasse Aatsinki are the cowboys of the Arctic. Their family leads a collective of traditional reindeer herders that manages the last group of wild reindeer in all of Finland. "Aatsinki: The Story of Arctic Cowboys" is a documentary film that follows a year in the life of the Aatsinki family. Learn more at http://arcticcowboys.com/. See more footage in the interactive experience at http://www.aatsinkiseason.com/.
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