Discover why restoring nature might be our best tool to slow global warming. From Borneo to Antarctica, the resilience of the planet is helping us find solutions to cope and even mitigate climate change, providing hope for a more positive future.
Premieres October 14, 10PM
Explore humanity’s relationship with nature and wildlife, as scientists and conservationists from all over the world examine ways we can restore our planet. This documentary series asks whether newfound awareness of nature could bring about a new chapter in the human story.
Full The Age of Nature Episodes
The Age of Nature Extras
S1 Ep3 | 2m 57s
European bison roam the oldest forest in Europe.
S1 Ep3 | 2m 55s
Peter Macreadie discusses blue carbon.
S1 Ep3 | 2m 55s
Bhutanese farmers and herders work to reduce the risk of catastrophic flooding.
S1 Ep3 | 29s
Discover why restoring nature might be our best hope for fighting climate change.
S1 Ep2 | 2m 47s
Alan Featherstone founded "Trees for Life" to help rewild the Scottish Highlands.
S1 Ep2 | 2m 13s
How ranchers are finding ways to live alongside wolves in Montana.
S1 Ep2 | 3m 6s
A small village reintroduced fireflies to the area to act as pest control for its crops.
S1 Ep2 | 29s
Explore how a new understanding of nature is helping us find surprising ways to fix it.
Explore humanity's relationship with nature and wildlife.
S1 Ep1 | 1m 58s
Dr. Stanley Heckadon-Moreno reflects on the building of the Panama Canal.
S1 Ep1 | 2m 36s
Dr. Odd Nakken and Rolf Helge discuss the recovery of Norway's cod stock.
S1 Ep1 | 2m 25s
In 1994, workers took part in the rehabilitation of the Loess Plateau landscape.
Explore humanity’s relationship with nature and wildlife.