ECOSENSE FOR LIVING

NOLA Code:
ECOF 0600 H1
Number of Episodes/Length:
4 / 30
Collections:
Rights End:
4/1/2025
Producer
Picture Window Productions, LLC
Presenter
The Kentucky Network (KET)
TV-G
CC
sIX
Stereo
SAP:
Year Produced:
2021
Version:
Base
Creative grassroots solutions to climate change

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#601 Marine Life Impacts
Our oceans are under a lot of pressure, but because so much happens beneath the surface, we might not notice until its most fascinating inhabitants need our attention. That’s the case with North Atlantic Right Whales fighting extinction, Florida manatees facing starvation, and a variety of shark species being hunted for their fins. Marine experts weigh in on solutions now that will shape their futures.

#602 The Future of Fire
From east to west, in nearly every corner of America, wildfires are fiercer and more frequent. Climate change coupled with our past misguided management has inspired some creative innovations like high tech Minecraft-style fire management software. The urgent need to control fire is becoming a fast-growing and diverse field for scientists, ecologists, and trailblazers of all kinds.

#603 Okefenokee Destiny/Everglades
Tucked away in southeast Georgia on the Florida border, the Okefenokee is the largest intact Blackwater wetland in north America. Its unique ecology makes it a candidate for a UNESCO World Heritage site. Its unspoiled wildlife-rich habitat makes it an ideal research destination. And its mineral-filled geology makes it attractive to the mining industry. The Everglades could teach us much about the wisdom of preservation over the pain of restoration.

#604 Bats & Blooms
Zoo Miami is known for international wildlife conservation, but they’re also managing patches of Pine Rocklands for rare Florida Bonneted Bats who just need safe homes and decent food. There are some blooms you want, (like native plants that nurture birds, bees, and butterflies) and some you don’t (like Red Tide and HABs - Harmful Algae Blooms). Find out the common cause of algae overgrowth in fresh and salt water, from Florida to the Great Lakes.

Program Rights

Broadcast Rights:
Unlimited
Rights Dates:
4/2/2022 - 4/1/2025
School Rights:
Concurrent with broadcast rights via Media Manager
V.O.D. Rights:
Yes
V.O.D. Rights Type:
Concurrent w/broadcast rights
Linear Live Streaming:
Yes
Non-Commercial Cable Rights:
Yes

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Suzan Satterfield
United States