Spring is coming to you LIVE on PBS. See how we celebrate the season of rebirth. Premieres April 29 at 8/7c.
Like us, you may be a little bit tired of constantly hearing "Winter is coming" when, in fact, Spring has already arrived. As the temperatures rise and the sunlight lasts longer into the evening, we begin the season of rebirth. Spring is an annual reminder of the beauty and magnificence of the Earth, but each April we take time to remind ourselves how fragile our planet is.
As Earth Day approaches on April 22, we have compiled some important takeaways from some of the incredible science, nature and public affairs programs that have aired on PBS.
The rhetoric around climate change can be confusing, but we are seeing real changes to our climate.
The divided politics around environmental legislation continue to be a challenge.
We've solved a big atmospheric problem in the past and that success can provide a roadmap to tackle climate change.
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The festival showcases some of the best in short film film across animated, scripted, and documentary genres
Take a look back at the life and political legacy of the Texas billionaire.
Dive deeper into some of the interesting stories about the Apollo missions.
Celebrate the 50th anniversary of the moon landing with a special lineup of new shows.
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