GAI 2022 | Sustainable in the US
Global Action Initiative 2022 - Documentaries • 55m
From the now stripped and once coal mined mountains of Appalachia, to the farms, natural reserves and even the cities that dot the United States’ landscape, a newfound awareness for sustainable living and practice is starting to take hold of the nation.
Part of CGTN America’s Global Action Initiative 2022, ‘Sustainable in the US’, takes viewers to the forefront local efforts to sequester carbon, revitalize barren or overused lands, restore wildlife populations, and electrify our cities in a socially responsible way.
Follow along as forests are replanted in Kentucky and West Virginia, bringing new work opportunities to a struggling region. Join zoologists as they work to repopulate America’s endangered wolf species. Accompany farmers on both urban and agricultural plots as they work to educate the public on sustainable farming practise while offering them better alternatives for nutrition. Witness how an entire city has left fossil fuels behind today in pursuit of a more ecological tomorrow.
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