Go green this April with Earth Day programming

Start off this year’s Earth Day activities early by tuning in to Arizona PBS! For the entire month of April, learn about diverse ecosystems, dynamic climates, intricate support systems and the people working to make a difference in them. Special Earth Day episodes and series will be available on-air and in the PBS Video App.

Greta Thunberg: A Year to Change the World

Wednesdays at 7 p.m.
Travel with the world’s best-known climate activist as she takes her fight to a global stage. With unique access, the series follows Greta Thunberg over an extraordinary year as she embarks on a mission to ensure world leaders work to limit global warming.

Nature “Sharks of Hawaii”

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Learn surprising facts about the sharks that call the warm waters near Hawaii’s islands their home. Meet the Whitetip reef shark, Whale shark, Tiger shark and more.

Nova “Reef Rescue”

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Coral reefs are not just beautiful, they are also home to over a quarter of all marine life and are crucial to human societies around the globe. But as the climate changes and oceanic heat waves become commonplace, corals are bleaching and reefs are dying off.

Carbon Nation

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Examine how solutions to climate change also address other social, economic and national security issues, meeting a host of entertaining and endearing characters along the way.

Earth Focus “The New West and the Politics of the Environment”

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Earth Focus tells the story of Harry Reid, a politician who grew up in an Old West mining town, saw the possibility of a New West emerging in Nevada, and rode that change to power. Reid used power in new ways to settle water wars with respect for Native Americans, protect endangered species and wilderness, and usher in a just transition to renewable energy.

Extinction: The Facts

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Featuring some of the world’s leading scientists, Extinction: The Facts is an up-to-the-minute report on what extinction and biodiversity loss mean, not just for the planet, but for us as a species. Presented by Sir David Attenborough, the program reveals how this crisis has grave consequences for us all.

Nova “Mystery Beneath the Ice”

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Tiny, transparent, and threatened, krill are crucial to the Antarctic ecosystem. But the population of krill is crashing for reasons that continue to baffle the experts.

American Experience “The Swamp”

Watch on the PBS Video app with Passport access.
The history of the Everglades is a dramatic yet little known story of humanity’s attempt to conquer nature.

Earth’s Natural Wonders

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Earth’s natural wonders are parts of the natural world that nature has carved on such a scale that they defy belief. For human beings, survival within these extraordinary places can pose great challenges. Yet human ingenuity makes this possible.

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