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Only One Earth


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A series of films to mark the publication of the Brundtland Report on the future of the world's environment. The Road to Ruin
Presented by Sue Cook This week, three documentaries that look at why the world of humans and the world of nature are out of balance.
All around us the natural world is being destroyed by the spread of man's activities, and the pace of destruction is accelerating. But it's not just nature that's on the run: by destroying the environment we are also undermining our own future. Why do we do it? To answer this question, Sue Cook talks to the nomads of the Sahara Desert, the Mayan Indians of the Mexican rain forest and the fishermen of the North Sea.
Film editor PETER cox
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Presented By: Sue Cook
Talks: Sue Cook
Producer: Richard Keefe

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