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Embark on this epic three-year journey, spanning all seven continents, and meet the extraordinary people and animals on the front line of climate change. Explore how science, nature, and tradition can prepare us for a fast-changing future.

Antarctic fur seals need ice-free ground in order to breed. Why are they disappearing?
For the Blackfeet Tribe, bringing back buffalo will revitalize the landscape.
The ground is made up of both ice and frozen soil called permafrost.
Episodes
Ice
Explore how science, nature, and tradition prepare us for the future as ice melts across the poles.
Extras
Seals are tagged to create a record of the increasing seawater temperature.
Mountain guides venture into a glacier high in the mountains to examine how fast it is melting.
Amid the world’s ecosystems in chaos, can science, nature, and tradition prepare us for the future?
As our oceans change, can science, nature and tradition prepare us for a fast-changing future?
Examine how science, nature, and tradition can prepare us for the future as the planet heats up.
Explore how science, nature, and tradition prepare us for the future as ice melts across the poles.
Embark on this epic journey to witness how science, nature, and tradition define our future.
Coral Reefs make up less than 1% of the ocean, but support a quarter of all marine life.
The Comcáac Turtle Guardians are doing all they can to protect sea turtles.
Shannon Diener receives a call informing her that someone has been chased by an elephant.