Six Degrees could Change the World
Six Degrees could Change the World is a National Geographic documentary hosted by Alec Baldwin, exploring the potential impacts of global warming on the world. Six Degrees is an extraordinary journey into our planet's future, to explore the potential impacts of global warming degree-by-degree through six degrees Celsius over the next 100 years. As the mercury rises, what could the next century of climate change really look and feel like? Super-realistic computer graphics, stunning high definition imagery and the world's most remote and spectacular locations provide an unprecedented preview into a potentially catastrophic future.
Filmed on five continents, Six Degrees tracks the world's top climate researchers and follows ranchers, photographers and everyday people to uncover the signs of climate trends affecting the planet today. Each potential degree of temperature rise might jeopardise life as we know it on Earth. From Greenland's ice sheet to tropical coral reefs, from Himalayan glaciers to the Amazon rainforest come chilling first hand accounts of climate change already underway and evidence of more to come as global warming impacts the lives of ordinary people.
|Six Degrees could Change the World|
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|Global Warming: What You Need to Know
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