With change comes action. And the actions of people on the planet speaks volumes when it relates to climate change. According to a 2013 study on consensus, the majority of scientists now know that humans are the cause of global warming. The frequency of catastrophic weather events like droughts and floods are evident that we cannot continue to consume natural resources at the rate we have been.
In the month celebrating Earth Day, WORLD Channel puts the spotlight on two stories of conservation: Follow the ELEPHANT PATH of the last wild herd of forest elephants, protected by three guardians but threatened by a civil war and poaching (Doc World); and explore the pursuit of healing both nature and ourselves through the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians' tribal waterways in THE SEVEN GENERATION RIVER (Local, USA).
What action can you make today to make postive change for your community and the planet? Join the conversation using the hashtag #WORLDxEarthDay.