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Our Earth the Oceans
We know more about the outer planets in our solar system than we do of our oceans. Are Oceans take up 70% of the earths are and at their deepest point the Marina Trench they are a staggering 36,000ft deap. Join us as we explore our oceans and find out just why they are in trouble. Find out the devastating extremes our oceans are being put through mainly because of Climate Change and Global Warming. Remember both corals and Islands will simply dissapear by the end of the centry. We must not allow this to happen, but for now just sit back and enjoy both the beauty and the powere of our mighty Oceans
The March of the Deserts
Deserts already take up one-third of the Earth's surface and they are becoming both hotter and larger. Come and see the deserts as you have never seen them before, witness the famine caused by both mankind and Mother Nature. Many people are dying because of this massive desert expansion once again caused by mans polluttion and appetite for War.
The Dimming of Planet Earth
See our earth and Universe as never before. Look through the haze of manmade polution & smog our adjacent stars and universe, then look back to earth from above the haze. See for yourselves the effect of manmade and mother nature through volcanic action. A trip we hope will show just how much we are missing when living in the confines of an industral city. Enjoy
The Rain Forest and its Animals
Rainforests are responsible for 28% of the world's oxygen, without them our breathing would be much harder. Rainforests are rapidly disappearing due to deforestation, thus resulting in habitat loss and pollution of the atmosphere. Tropical rainforests have been called the "jewels of the Earth" and the "world's largest pharmacy", because over one quarter of natural medicines have been discovered there, they are also home to many of earths animals and if deforestration continues at the rate it is today these animals would just simply die. Join us as we explore the rainforests and vist some of the animals who live there.
Beneath the Waves the Corals
Often called the rainforests of the sea, coral reefs form some of Earth's most diverse ecosystems. They provide a home for at least 25% of all marine species, including fish, mollusks, worms, crustaceans, echinoderms, sponges, tunicates. Coral reefs flourish in ocean waters that provide few nutrients. They are most commonly found at shallow depths in tropical waters, but deep water and cold water coral reefs exist on smaller scales in other areas. All are at risk from both manmade air polution and Mother Nature herself due to increased volcanic action
The Blue Planets Battle with Plastic
Some researchers suggest that by 2050 there could be more plastic than fish in the oceans. Plastic pollution can afflict land, waterways and oceans. It is estimated that 1.1 to 8.8 million metric tons of plastic waste enters the ocean from costal communities each year As of 2018, about 380 million tons of plastic is produced worldwide each year In the UK alone, more than 5 million tonnes of plastic are consumed each year, of which only an estimated one-quarter is recycled. Join us as we explore the terrible world of plastic polution
9 Best Travel Destinations for your next Vacation
Travel with us to nine of the most beautiful travel destinations on are planet. These tropical paradises have enthralled people since time can be remembered. Places like Bali, the Maldives, Maui just to mention a few. We are sure you will agree with us that there are still paradises to be found throughout our Blue Planet Created with Movie Studio Platinum
The world ocean is the principal component of Earth's hydrosphere, it is integral to all life, forms part of the carbon cycle, and influences climate and weather patterns. Even a slight difference in Global temperatures will have a devestaing impact on all life not only in the oceans but on land as well, but for now lets explore the spectacular Oceans on this Blue Planet we cal our home
The Crimean Caves a Journey through Time
Join us as we take a journey through time as we explore the Crimean Caves, aplace of mystery, a plce where our ancestors once lived, long before there was any industry on our planet. It will be a journy of discovery, magic and vivid coulor a journey not to be missed
Deserts and Climate Change
Our Deserts are getting larger due to desertification and Climate Change. The #Sahara #Desert, the worlds largest desert, already the same size as the United States, is growing at a frightening rate and will continue to do so unless #mankind can act to prevent #global-warming and #climate- change now Join us as we walk over the worlds largest desert
Rain Forests Fight Against Climate Change and Global Warming
Rain forests cover just 6% of the #Earth’s surfac, incredibly though, half of the #Earth’s animals and plants choose to live under their canopy's which are scattered around the globe. However, due to immense #deforestation and #human encroachment, this land of plenty is beginning to shut down, the earth’s lungs are gasping, and if we do not act now, the rain forests living guests, will no longer have anywhere to go, they will simply just die, thus changing our earth for ever.
Climate Change & Global Warming
Sea levels are rising at higher than average rates, especially within, the Eastern Seaboard of the United States and the Gulf of Mexico. Furthermore, it is projected that sea levels will continue to rise as our climate warms. Some low-lying areas will just simply dissapear act now against global warming and climate change