The Nature of ThingsShattered GroundJun 13, 2013 | 44:44Fracking, while a bonanza for gas and oil production, is caught in a backlash of suspicion and alarm. What's happening underground it seems can shatter more than just rock.
The Nature of ThingsThe Buffalo WolvesApr 18, 2013 | 45:12The predator-prey relationship between the buffalo and the wolf still exists in Wood Buffalo National Park, the only location left on the planet. Canadian wildlife filmmaker Jeff Turner who once followed the wolves returns once again to see if he can get closer to these ancient warriors.
The Nature of ThingsThe Beetles Are ComingApr 4, 2013 | 44:45Global warming is wreaking havoc across the landscape in surprising ways. A beetle apocalypse has been unleashed across the forests of Western Canada.
The Nature of ThingsBillion Dollar CaribouMar 21, 2013 | 44:50Through its beautiful and elusive Canadian icon - the woodland caribou - and their passionate advocates Billion Dollar Caribou will reveal that even in the 21st century the conservation of natural spaces and the species that live there is much contested territory; mired in controversy, drama and debate.
The Nature of ThingsTipping Point: The Age of the Oil SandsMar 7, 2013 | 44:33The Alberta oil sands- huge and controversial. We follow groundbreaking scientific research into water pollution and the environmental impact of the large-scale oil projects.