Planet in Peril

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A program that deliberately and aggressively slices through widespread conservative attempts to dismiss global warming, ozone depletion and other environmental hazards, the three-hour documentary Planet in Peril finds a trio of broadcast journalists - Dr. Sanjay Gupta and Anderson Cooper of CNN, and wildlife biologist Jeff Corwin of Animal Planet - trekking around the world to thirteen different countries. In each locale, the men witness the firsthand impacts of environmental deterioration on plant, animal and ...
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Overview

A program that deliberately and aggressively slices through widespread conservative attempts to dismiss global warming, ozone depletion and other environmental hazards, the three-hour documentary Planet in Peril finds a trio of broadcast journalists - Dr. Sanjay Gupta and Anderson Cooper of CNN, and wildlife biologist Jeff Corwin of Animal Planet - trekking around the world to thirteen different countries. In each locale, the men witness the firsthand impacts of environmental deterioration on plant, animal and human life, and speculate on the dire future of the Earth if such catastrophes continue to grow.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/8/2008
  • UPC: 883929014040
  • Original Release: 2007
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  • Source: Warner Home Video
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 2:54:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 62,412

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Anderson Cooper Participant
Jeff Corwin Participant
Dr. Sanjay Gupta Participant
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Planet in Peril
1. Introduction [2:03]
2. Preparing for the Raid [5:53]
3. Raiding JJ Market [6:04]
4. Searching for the Black Sifaka [9:49]
5. Discovering a New Species [7:30]
6. Lessons of the Gray Wolf [8:47]
7. Hunting for Snares [6:21]
8. Victimes of the Black Market [6:36]
9. China the Consumption Machine [12:32]
10. The Cancer Village [5:38]
11. Demanding Answers [6:35]
12. Anderson's Body Burden [8:10]
1. Introduction [1:50]
2. Greenland is Melting [8:29]
3. Discovering Islands [6:10]
4. Polar Bears at Risk [10:09]
5. The Carteret Islands are Sinking [10:17]
6. Lake Chad is Disappearing [9:55]
7. Global Warming - Crisis or Hype? [7:22]
8. The Amazon's Protection Force [9:22]
9. Killing Sister Dorothy Stang [4:14]
10. Journey to Kraho Indians [4:19]
11. Environmental Racism [9:25]
12. Anderson's Reporter's Notebook [4:13]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Planet in Peril
   Episode 1: Play
   Episode 1: Chapters
   Trailer
   Episode 2: Play
   Episode 2: Chapters
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