The Treasure of the Caribbean

Discover the Wonders of Nature and NOVA this Earth Month on PBS

Get ready for an exciting lineup of new nature programming this April, as we celebrate Earth Month!

Nature “The Treasure of the Caribbean”

Wednesday, April 26 at 7 p.m.

A story of hope in troubling times: the discovery of a coral reef in Belize and Guatemala, larger than the size of Manhattan, marks a new chapter in understanding corals and fish that depend on each other and in saving coral reefs worldwide.

NOVA “Chasing Carbon Zero”

Wednesday, April 26 at 8 p.m.

The U.S. recently set an ambitious climate change goal: zero carbon emissions by 2050. And to achieve that, slash emissions in half by 2030. Is it possible? And what kind of technology would it take? Meet scientists and engineers who are convinced we can achieve carbon zero in time to avoid the biggest impacts of climate change.

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