Arnold Schwarzenegger joins an elite team of wildland firefighters as they battle a new breed of forest fire, one made more deadly by climate change.
Michael C. Hall journeys to the low-lying deltaic country of Bangladesh, where the future is now. Rising seas are expected to submerge 17% of this nation, the worlds’ most vulnerable to climate change.
Matt Damon investigates the impact of extreme heat and heat waves on human health and mortality. Rising temperatures are a silent killer of thousands, tens of thousands and perhaps even hundreds of thousands of people around the globe.
Jessica Alba meets three members of Climate Corps, an innovative program where MBA students help major corporations save money, and help climate change, through energy efficiency programs.
Correspondent Mark Bittman conducts a yearlong investigation to see whether natural gas is an ideal energy source, and a way towards a cleaner, greener future.
Chris Hayes visits the residents of Far Rockaway, a poor neighborhood on the margins of New York City. In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, some found themselves pushed over the edge.
Correspondent Lesley Stahl goes to Greenland to investigate the effects of global warming in the Artic and what happens to the planet if oil companies get their way and extract the Arctic’s riches.
YEARS correspondent Thomas L. Friedman explores how climate change has pushed a volatile political situation over the edge in Egypt, Syria and Yemen.
M. Sanjayan travels to the ends of the earth to question some of the top climate scientists as they unlock the past and future of our planet’s changing climate.
Correspondent Chris Hayes follows Congressman Michael Grimm to see what he can do for the residents of Staten Island after Sandy– and what he might learn about climate change.
Correspondent Olivia Munn profiles the nation’s most climate-conscious governor, Jay Inslee, and reports on what he’ll do about the coal export depots.
Correspondent America Ferrera profiles prominent climate skeptic James Taylor as he crusades against clean energy, and investigates the battle over the future of renewable energy.
New York Times columnist Mark Bittman wants to know why Chris Christie isn’t acknowledging climate change as he rebuilds New Jersey after Superstorm Sandy.
Last year, Cargill, the largest privately-held company in the U.S., closed down its huge meat-packing plant in Plainview, TX. Don Cheadle visits Plainview and finds that most people blame the drought on the will of God or say it’s part of a natural cycle.
In Last Stand, Harrison Ford travels to Indonesia to investigate the palm oil industry and its impacts on greenhouse gases through deforestation.
In Preacher’s Daughter, Correspondent Ian Somerhalder listens in on both sides of the evangelical community’s debate over climate change.