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  • Biomes: Arctic Changes
    MONDAY 21 OF AUGUST
    BIOMES: ARCTIC CHANGES
    Join the group of biologists in their five-month research trip to the Arctic trying to find the answers to several threatening questions.
    The segments of the video show:
    - The serious changes that are occurring in the ecosystem of the Arctic due to global warming.
    - The diffculties that threaten scientists as they navigate the icy waters of the Arctic.
    - How people and animals are adapting to the new circumstances that climate change has brought to the region.
  • Biomes: Extreme Climate
    TUESDAY 22 OF AUGUST
    BIOMES: EXTREME CLIMATE
    Join the environmentalists as they analyze the effect of climate changes on the natural cycles of the Arctic ecosystem.
    The segments will show the extreme climates in many parts of the world, their short and long term effects, and various suggestions to stop them.
  • Biomes: Inuit Territory
    WEDNESDAY 23 OF AUGUST
    BIOMES: INUIT TERRITORY
    Nothing happens without energy. It powers every machine on Earth and is essential for virtually every activity. Civilization would be impossible without it. Join Bill Nye in Greatest Inventions With Bill Nye: Energy, on an electrifying journey to know:
    - the sources of energy and the technology that enables us to use it and distribute it around the world.
    - the sources of renewable energy including wind energy, solar and hydrogen fuel cells to move automobiles.
  • The Threat of the Sea
    THURSDAY 24 OF AUGUST
    THE THREAT OF THE SEA
    Due to globalization and acceleration of environmental changes, it is imperative that we investigate and understand what these might mean for the future life of man on Earth.
    The video discusses:
    The work that world organizations and scientists are doing to stop global warming.
  • Biomes: Wild Arctic
    FRIDAY 25 OF AUGUST
    BIOMES: WILD ARCTIC
    Explore the close relationship that creatures in the Arctic have with their fragile ecosystem.
    - Students can take an in-depth look at how climate changes are threatening the whales, seals, birds, and bears of the region. They'll also see how these animals may be sounding an early warning of things to come for the entire global environment.
  • Female Pharaohs
    MONDAY 28 OF AUGUST
    FEMALE PHARAOHS
    The skills of these women enabled them to execise power. They left very deep marks in history. Cleopatra and Hatshepsut were true rulers of Egypt
  • Civilizations: The Fall of Power
    TUESDAY 29 OF AUGUST
    CIVILIZATIONS: THE FALL OF POWER
    Despite its decline, Rome has endured over time for its legacy in the arts, culture, politics and medicine. Explore the history of the Great Wall of China as well as the dynasty and fall of Quin Shi Huangdi.
  • The Feudal System: Castles at War
    WEDNESDAY 30 OF AUGUST
    THE FEUDAL SYSTEM: CASTLES AT WAR
    After the fall of Rome, the Christian church and European kings filled that huge power vacuum, fought in the Crusades and faced the black plague. The development of the arts, science and philosophy in Italy gave rise to the great cultural revival in Europe.
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