NATIVO - Episode 1

In the first episode of the NATIVO Documentary we reach the Guna Yala - San Blas - archipelago in Panama.

Guna Yala is a peaceful community where agriculture, fishing and tourism coexist. The inhabited island where the Guna live are being impacted by serious issues that are undermining their way of living.

The Guna have been witnessing the increase in the sea level and have been trying to contrast the phenomenon with the resources at their disposal, with catastrophic effects.

NATIVO - Episode 2

In the second episode of the NATIVO Documentary we learn about education in the Guna Yala - San Blas - archipelago, Panama, where the Guna are resiliently standing against mono-culturalism and homogeneity.

The Guna schools are trying to preserve a strong and yet fragile cultural and linguistic heritage.

NATIVO - Episode 3

In the third episode of the NATIVO Documentary we visit 3 of the communities in the comarca Ngäbe-Buglé affected by mining and damming: Llano Tugrí, Valle del Rey and Norteño.

These communities have been or will soon be impacted by intensive mining and damming for the development of energy plants, causing displacement of the population and violation of human rights.

 

Can modern zoos save wildlife from extinction?

It is calculated that more than 8 million animal species live on our planet, and it has been predicted that as many as 3 million could disappear by the end of this century.

Loss of habitat, climate change and illegal trade are the most common causes of extinction.

Zoos could soon become our last chance to preserve the remaining animals from extinction, however at the moment they play host to a limited selection of the species present on our planet.

Amantani. Ancient culture and modern struggles.

Amantani is the largest island on the Peruvian side of lake Titicaca, in Southern Peru.

Lack of jobs and scarcity of ground and water resources on Lake Titicaca are suffocating a kind and proud population that stays true to its tradition.

The Tsukiji Fish Market

The Tsukiji fish market has become over the years more than just a market - seafoods have long played a starring role throughout Japan's meals.

It has become an iconic, cultural landmark. The iconic fish market in Tokyo is about to move to a new location, but not everything will get lost on the way.