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Green Warriors (2019-21)
6 x 52m | English | Martin Boudot
A series of scientific investigations into environmental scandals facing the planet. Investigative journalist Martin Boudot tracks down the big environmental scandals around the world: contaminated rivers, air pollution, toxic waste, illegal exploitation of resources, poaching of endangered species…
Armed with his drone, Martin gets around obstacles and outsmarts bans to reveal what some people are trying to hide — a factory that discharges its polluted water into a river, a toxic mining waste site located next to a residential area, poisoned villages next to soybean plantations…
This series is unavailable in France & The French Territories, Andorra, Germany, Indonesia, Monaco, Paraguay and South Africa
Indonesia, The World's Most Polluted River
Martin Boudot teams up with international scientists to investigate the causes and consequences of the world's most polluted river.
South Africa's Toxic Townships
In Johannesburg, the most uranium-contaminated city in the world, waste dumps from abandoned mines pump pollution into homes, water and the soil.
Paraguay's Poisoned Fields
In Paraguay, children are dying after being exposed to pesticides on the soybean fields. Working with scientists, the Green Warriors team investigate.
Coal in The Lungs
Every year, 500,000 Europeans die prematurely due to air pollution. One of the main causes of this pollution is coal, still used in many countries. And this air pollution has no borders. It contaminates the entire continent.
Over the last 50 years, our use of phosphate based fertilizers has quadrupled. These are essential to modern agriculture, used especially for growing potatoes.
In this episode, we follow the uranium path from Niger to Europe to reveal the extent of the radioactive pollution created.
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