Years of Living Dangerously, Season 2HDClosed Captioning
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In this groundbreaking event series, celebrity correspondents bring us stories on those affected by, and seeking solutions to, climate change - from locations shockingly close to home. Covering issues like severe hurricanes, droughts, and the increasing extinction rate of wildlife, it’s a gritty look at not only how we have impacted our planet, but also how we can save it for future generations.
|1||HDClosed CaptioningVideoA Race Against Time||In the season opener, David Letterman travels to India, one of the most populous nations on earth, whose government has committed to one of the most ambitious renewable energy plans on the planet. Back in the U.S., Cecily Strong travels to Florida and Nevada, two sunny states where the future of solar energy is being decided by obscure public utilities commissions.||50:10||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|2||HDClosed CaptioningVideoGathering Storm||Miami could be underwater by the end of the century if nothing is done to curb emissions. Jack Black investigates whether the city can survive the rising seas, while Ian Somerhalder takes an ocean voyage in search of clues from the past to understand hurricanes of the future. Diving into “blue holes,” he shows how we’re heating the oceans up. And this could mean giant storms for places like Miami.||50:09||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|3||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe Uprooted||New York Times columnist Tom Friedman investigates the increasing population of climate refugees and actor Don Cheadle is on the ground in California, where the worst drought in 1,200 years is having devastating effects.||50:10||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|4||HDClosed CaptioningVideoFueling the Fire||Executive producer Arnold Schwarzenegger sets out to explore the military’s relationship with a changing climate and supermodel and activist Gisele Bündchen travels to her home country of Brazil to explore the devastating decline of the country’s forests, much of which is caused by cattle ranching.||50:11||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|5||HDClosed CaptioningVideoCollapse of the Oceans||Joshua Jackson travels to the Philippines and Australia’s Great Barrier Reef to investigate the impacts of climate change on our world’s oceans and the millions of people who rely on their ecosystems for their livelihood.||50:12||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|6||HDClosed CaptioningVideoPriceless||Actress and activist Nikki Reed explores what some believe to be the ultimate solution for climate change: putting a price on carbon. Former “Daily Show” correspondent Aasif Mandvi sets off on a quest to understand just how much of a threat climate change poses to endangered species. He travels to Kenya’s wildlife preserves to meet the people on the front lines of conservation efforts.||50:10||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|7||HDClosed CaptioningVideoSafe Passage||Actor Ty Burrell takes to the road to see the environmental revolutions being made in electric and automated vehicles. Bradley Whitford travels to Capitol Hill to explore the growing movement to get Republicans to admit that climate change is real and commit to doing something about it.||50:10||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|8||HDClosed CaptioningVideoUprising||America Ferrera journeys to Illinois to shed light on the U.S.’ controversial dependence on coal plants that emit climate-altering carbon dioxide but still remain a major source of energy. Sigourney Weaver explores China’s explosive economic growth and the impact it is having on the environment, not just locally but on a massive global scale.||50:10||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|101||HDClosed CaptioningVideoYears of Living Dangerously - Trailer||Celebrity correspondents cover stories of climate change, in a gritty look at how we have impacted our planet and how we can save it for future generations.||1:34||Free||View in iTunes|
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This is one of those shows that should be required viewing for all generations, political perspectives, and nationalities. The simple message is that we are at a crossroads in terms of climate change - If we do nothing, we have no one to blame but ourselves. While the message is simple the science is not. This show does a wonderful job breaking down climate change and demonstrating the global nature of its impact. I definitely recommend it.
It is shocking that Apple has not even linked season one of the show with season two in its related column. Both seasons are recommended.