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Climate in Crisis


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A Nature special presented by Michael Buerk. The first full picture of the greatest environmental threat facing the Earth.
With David Attenborough , and studio guests including Sir Shridath Ramphal. the Commonwealth Secretary-General and Jonathon Porritt , Director of Friends of the Earth.
In an exclusive interview HRH the Prince of Wales voices his concerns.
The greenhouse effect - the rise in temperature and sea level around the world caused by global pollution - may already be changing our planet.
An international team of British and Australian reporters has travelled the world investigating the impact of the changing weather on the food we eat, our homes and our businesses.
David Attenborough considers the consequences for wildlife.
From Brussels, John Howard reports on the Global 500 awards, the green Oscars, given to mark United Nations World Environment Day. And in the studio, guests propose ways of averting catastrophe.
Assistant producer ANDREA BROWN Producer JEREMY EVANS
Executive producer PETER SALMON BBC Bristol
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Presented By: Michael Buerk.
Unknown: David Attenborough
Unknown: Sir Shridath Ramphal.
Unknown: Jonathon Porritt
Unknown: David Attenborough
Unknown: John Howard
Producer: Andrea Brown
Producer: Jeremy Evans

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