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Down to Earth
In Mali and Burkina Faso farmers are working to regreen the desert and turn it back to fertile land.
How Mozambique is finding ways to cope with flooding in the huge Zambezi delta.
Dead Mums Don't Cry
Assesses progress on achieving the MDG of cutting maternal mortality by 75% by 2015, visiting Chad and Honduras. (2005)
Discipline With Dignity
An investigation of the growing campaign against violent corporal punishment in Nepalese schools. (1999)
Drawing The Line
Features the people who ensure the system of delineation and protection for the Amazon rainforest.
Disasters are predicted to increase dramatically in number and severity over the coming years. Earth Report explores how education can make the difference between life and death.
In preparation for the New York Commission on Sustainable Development, ministers and experts from the world over descended on Dakar, the capital of Senegal, with a commitment to making ours a cleaner world.
Death On The Nile
Investigation into water-borne disease in the Nile basin, by Dr Nadia El-Awady
Darfur- Earth Wind And Fire
Filmed inside Sudan to investigate the environmental roots of Darfur's humanitarian crisis.
Development With Destruction
Reports on the struggle to prevent the construction of another US military base on Okinawa.
Desounen - Dialogue With Death
This film takes the form of a journey across the Caribbean island of Haiti encountering a population battered but unbowed by years of crushing poverty, political repression and environmental destitution. (1994)
The Saemangeum project on South Korea's Yellow Sea coast will destroy one of Asia's most valuable wetland sites - can it be stopped?
Dam Dam Dam
On the eve of the World Water Forum Earth Report presents the case for and against big dams.
Deleting the Dirty Dozen
Earth Report travels the world to document the long-term harm and explores the long-term hope heralded by this treaty.
Drinking the Sky
Dutch filmmaker, Joost de Haas, travels to first the wettest and then the driest place on earth to take a look at water management where it really matters.
Do it Herself
Annie Lennox is the guest introducing five 'Hands On' stories about women gaining new economic and social status through inspiring entrepeneurship. (1998)
Danger - Children at Work!
Life (series 3)
Looks at the dangerous and unrewarding firecracker cottage industry, which employs children as young as six, and projects which aim to encourage alternative livelihoods
Doing the Right Thing
How the Participatory Budget Scheme of direct democracy has turned around the fortunes of Porto Alegre in Brazil.