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An experiment in narrative blending, the film is a murder mystery within a suspense film.
Chances are, your television was assembled in a poverty-stricken town along the U.S.-Mexico border.
A jaded bureaucrat becomes the unwitting test subject for an experiment to curb global warming.
Energy production on native lands is polluting the reservation and leaving poverty in its dirty shadow.
"It was obviously the dirtiest coal-fired plant in the West."
The Black Mesa and Kayenta mines became the largest coal strip-mining complex in the world.
"Water has the power to take life and to give life. If you don't respect it, you might find yourself in a serious situation."
Explore the largely untold story of industrialized hard rock mining in Butte, Montana.
When the mines closed, a poisonous silence settled over Butte.
The Granite Mountain mine fire killed 168 miners, sparking a strike.
"Every night I prayed that I’d get killed instead of gettin' crippled."
Filmmaker Pamela Roberts offers a behind-the-scenes look at the making of Butte, America.
Discover one Bulgarian town's identity crisis involving war, nuclear power, and giant mosquitoes.
The Rat brothers need just one caviar-laden sturgeon to strike it rich.
“The city is flooded with filthy water, while clean-water taps run dry.”
“Let not the water our shame reflect.”
“It is important to use agricultural techniques that save water.”
Meet the few scientific teams who have braved the beautiful and silent landscape of Antarctica.
Dirt is the living skin of the Earth. So why do we treat it like, well ... dirt?
“Our wealth is imaginary. It comes from soil.”
“The first thing I do is I put my hand in the ground and I eat it.”
“God made dirt, dirt don’t hurt, put it in your mouth and let it work.”
A look at industrial gold-mining in two remote locations, Borneo and Guinea.
A New Orleans Vietnamese community fights a toxic post-Katrina landfill near their homes.
“We were never invited to the table. We have a right to be part of the community-driven process.”
“Why did you put this ... where people don’t speak the language, so you think they can’t protest?”
“Go get all of ... the food and we will cook it together and eat as a community.”
Meet Cairo's Zaballeen, who recycle 80 percent of the trash they collect.
“We are the garbage collectors. Always blessed.”
“Egypt must be famous for recycling. Here, we recycle 80 percent of what we collect.”
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