What parents need to know before their kids see The 11th Hour.
An interview with Nobel Laureate Wangari Maathai, who works to empower women, improve the environment and end corruption in Africa.
Professor Wangari Maathai, founder of the Green Belt Movement, says that international recognition protects her. And she is convinces that foreign recognition helps campaigners confront sometimes ruthless interest in their home countries.
In this web exclusive video, learn why the Indian women of the Chipko Movement became known as tree huggers and what their defensive tactics were. The Kenyan environmental and political activist Wangari Maathai (1940 - 2011) founded the Green Belt Movement in 1977 and was the first African women to receive a Nobel Peace Prize. Watch 'A Fierce Green Fire' on April 22, 2014, at 9 pm on PBS.
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A family drama set in Addis Ababa, revolves around a father struggling to save his only daughter from a heart problem that can not be treated locally.
The 11th Hour is the last moment when change is possible. Actor Leonardo DiCaprio produces and narrates this urgent and transformational look at where we’ve been, where we’re going and – most important – how we can change. Featuring ongoing dialogues of experts from all over the world, including Mikhail Gorbachev, renowned scientist Stephen Hawking, sustainable design experts William McDonough and Bruce Mau and over 50 leading scientists, The 11th Hour reveals the most critical issues facing our planet today. Astonishing images of floods, fires, hurricanes, collapsing ice cliffs and mountains of waste juxtaposed with images of a sustainable future urge us to take action.
The last moment when change is possible. Actor Leonardo DiCaprio produces and narrates this urgent and transformational look at where we've been, where we're going and most important, how we can change.
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