Your First Mistake Will Be Your Last

Your First Mistake Will Be Your Last

Hassan Sesay is a cleaner in one of Sierra Leone’s Ebola isolation wards. It is a dangerous…

I Survived Ebola

I Survived Ebola

So far more than 1.300 people have died in west Africa from the Ebola outbreak. With no…

UNICEF – End Violence PSA

UNICEF – End Violence PSA

Children in Sierra Leone demand the implementation of their right to be protected from any form of…

Ringbalin Trailer

Ringbalin Trailer

Ringbalin In 2010 Australia was facing the worst drought on history, but the death of the Murray…

A snapshot of Sierra Leone

A snapshot of Sierra Leone

Footage and time lapse video captured around Freetown and Sierra Leone during 2012. We hope you enjoy,…

“If A Bin No” Official Fight Drugs With Music video

“If A Bin No” Official Fight Drugs With Music video

“If A Bin No” written by SLIM, with The Unbeatable Dance Troop and Sana Bin Bin. Featuring…

Rohingya: No Place In The World 2

Rohingya: No Place In The World 2

Our reporters travel to the Burma/Bangladesh border region to investigate the ongoing human rights abuses against the…

2009 Trailer

2009 Trailer

10 countries, over 100,000 kilometres, 45 critical water stories, 100 days. Expedition Blue Planet. Alexandra Cousteau’s Expedition…

Tonle Sap: Interview David Emmett, Conservation International

Tonle Sap: Interview David Emmett, Conservation International

Alexandra Cousteau interviews Conservation International’s David Emmett on the Tonle Sap, Cambodia.   © Blue Legacy International

WASH Consortium Sierra Leone

WASH Consortium Sierra Leone

Video produced for the WASH (Water, Sanitation & Hygiene) Consortium of in Sierra Leone. The consortium consists…

An Extraordinary Journey

An Extraordinary Journey

Three lucky city dwellers were chosen through a call for video auditions put out via Chinese social…

Sightsavers Sierra Leone

Sightsavers Sierra Leone

Video for iNGO SightSavers in Sierra Leone. Produced with Charly Cox Communications.

Mekong River: Interview Carl Middleton, International Rivers

Mekong River: Interview Carl Middleton, International Rivers

Alexandra Cousteau interviews Carl Middleton from International Rivers on the Mekong River as it flows through Phnom…

Arava Institute: Interview with Osama Suliman

Arava Institute: Interview with Osama Suliman

To quote Osama:  “In Arabic we have a saying, “The sword has two blades: either you can…

Tonle Sap: Pulse of the River

Tonle Sap: Pulse of the River

The Tonle Sap, the largest inland lake in South East Asia is geographically and culturally the centre…

Tab Benoit: Voice of the Wetlands

Tab Benoit: Voice of the Wetlands

Alexandra Cousteau speaks with Louisiana native Tab Benoit, President of Voice of the Wetalnds. Benoit has watched the…

Mississippi River: Upstream America

Mississippi River: Upstream America

St. Louis marks a dividing line in the Mississippi River. To the north, in Minnesota, it is…

Anacostia River: Rodney Scott Raptors & Rivers

Anacostia River: Rodney Scott Raptors & Rivers

Anacostia, in southeast Washington, D.C., has one of the highest murder rates in the world. And its…

Anacostia River: Interview Patric Frazier, Earth Conservation Corps

Anacostia River: Interview Patric Frazier, Earth Conservation Corps

Anacostia, in southeast Washington, D.C., has one of the highest murder rates in the world. And its…

Louisiana: Life on the Edge

Louisiana: Life on the Edge

Alexandra and the team spend their final days on the Mississippi River visiting again with the Cajun…

Mississippi River: Farmers & Fishermen

Mississippi River: Farmers & Fishermen

The longest river in the USA and third largest in the world, the Mississippi drains 40 percent…

Mississippi River: Downstream Lousiana Dead Zone

Mississippi River: Downstream Lousiana Dead Zone

The longest river in the USA and third largest in the world, the Mississippi drains 40 percent…

Anacostia River: Interview Bob Nixon

Anacostia River: Interview Bob Nixon

Anacostia, in southeast Washington, D.C., has one of the highest murder rates in the world. And its…

Anacostia River: In the Shadow of the Capitol

Anacostia River: In the Shadow of the Capitol

Washington DC casts a long shadow. Just a few miles from the Mall – famous for the…

Family Health International – Pregnancy and HIV

Family Health International – Pregnancy and HIV

As part of Family Health International’s ‘Bomnong’ programme five short videos were produced to be shown in…

Family Health International – Bomnong

Family Health International – Bomnong

As part of Family Health International’s ‘Bomnong ‘ programme five short videos were produced to be shown…

TED: Mission Blue

TED: Mission Blue

Mission Blue Promo for TED. In 2009, Dr. Sylvia Earle’s TED wish; to ignite public support for…

One Forest One Future

One Forest One Future

Prey Lang is the largest primary lowland dry evergreen forest remaining in both Cambodia and the Indochinese Peninsula. With…

Som Hope Bai

Som Hope Bai

A first person story of trafficking illustrated through a survivors drawings. An advocacy film produced for World…

OXFAM – Extractive Industry Conference

OXFAM – Extractive Industry Conference

In 2010 OXFAM America held a conference in Phnom Penh, Cambodia on the governance of extractive industries…

Burma: The Ice Triangle

Burma: The Ice Triangle

Officially, the military regime fights drug production in Shan State, Burma, but our reporters meet with local…

Cambodia: Water Festival

Cambodia: Water Festival

Cambodians gather in their nation’s capital, Phnom Penh, to witness the traditional boat races and nightly fireworks.

Cambodia: Tonle Sap

Cambodia: Tonle Sap

The dramatic annual rise and fall of the Mekong’s waters create a pulse for the Tonle Sap,…

Laos: The People’s River

Laos: The People’s River

On the banks of the Mekong in the capital of Laos in Vientiane, people lives are intimately…

Trafficking Beyond Borders

Trafficking Beyond Borders

Very little is known about what happens to the men and boys that end up working on…

Mothers of North Korea

Mothers of North Korea

‘I wanted to feed them warm rice,’ says a North Korean woman who though she was going…

Imagine My City

Imagine My City

From an urban slum in Phnom Penh, a teenage girl describes the sort of city she wants…

Tibet: The Sacred Plateau

Tibet: The Sacred Plateau

Nomads describe the ancient practices of water burial and sky burial, threatened by Chinese policies inside Tibet….

Grandma Hai

Grandma Hai

A poor rice farmer in Ubon Tatchathani province, Thailand, wins a 32-year battle over a dam that…

China: The Rubber Kingdom

China: The Rubber Kingdom

In Southern Yunnan  the Mekong (or Lancang as it is known in China) flows through Jinghong.  Here…

Cambodia: Dolphins on the Brink

Cambodia: Dolphins on the Brink

Overfishing, pollution, and development of the Mekong River in Cambodia could kill off a rare species: the…

Laos: A Fall in the River

Laos: A Fall in the River

Planned dam infrastructure threatens the Khone Falls, the only major drop in elevation along the Mekong River…

Thailand: Damming Lessons

Thailand: Damming Lessons

In Ubon Tatchathani province, construction of the Pak Mun dam was so disastrous for the local economy…

Laos: Battery of Southeast Asia

Laos: Battery of Southeast Asia

Laos has one goal – to become the hydroelectric battery of Asia, a fast developing and extremely…

Burma: Behind The Bamboo Curtain

Burma: Behind The Bamboo Curtain

In northeastern Burma’s Shan State, our team met with Lahu villagers to speak about being forced into…

Thailand: Mekong Lovers

Thailand: Mekong Lovers

A fishing community in Chiang Khong talks about changes in the ecology of the river that make…

Thailand: Golden Triangle

Thailand: Golden Triangle

China stakes a claim in Chiang Rai province, Thailand, with its news casinos. This is part of…

China: Altitude Sickness

China: Altitude Sickness

Experts say two-thirds of Himalayan glaciers could melt over the next 40 years. The Mekong team treks…

China’s Trade in Babies

China’s Trade in Babies

Between a strong demand from overseas adoptive parents and the willingness of Chinese families to abandon their…

Black Factories of China

Black Factories of China

Goodmorningbeautiful joins Chinese parents looking for their abducted children. The parents try to recruit the help of…

Cambodia: After The Flood

Cambodia: After The Flood

Ratanankiri, North East Cambodia, and in 2010 the sudden release of excess rain waters from overburdened dams…

Tibet: Source of The Mekong

Tibet: Source of The Mekong

Dzachu, Tibet for Mekong, is sacred to the Nomads living on the Plateau. This film is the…

Water In A Thirsty Land

Water In A Thirsty Land

A drought in the West Bank is exacerbating the situation in the already conflict-riddled region. As Israelis…

Water Knows No Borders

Water Knows No Borders

A drought in the West Bank is exacerbating the situation in the already conflict-riddled region. As Israelis…

West Bank Interview: Muna

West Bank Interview: Muna

A drought in the West Bank is exacerbating the situation in the already conflict-riddled region. As Israelis…

Azraq: End of an Oasis

Azraq: End of an Oasis

A drought in the West Bank is exacerbating the situation in the already conflict-riddled region. As Israelis…

Ganges: The River Goddess

Ganges: The River Goddess

Expedition: Blue Planet’s first stop in India is Varanasi, the most ancient and most holy place in…

Ganges: Endangered Source

Ganges: Endangered Source

At 1,560 miles (2510 km) long with a river basin between 200 and 400 miles wide, the…

Kanpur: Ganges Under Threat

Kanpur: Ganges Under Threat

Kanpur is a city characterized by the countless tanning factories that line the sacred Ganges, pouring millions…

Mekong: Mother River

Mekong: Mother River

The Mekong River, a mother for millions in South East Asia now under threat by dams, development…

Angkor: Lessons for the modern world

Angkor: Lessons for the modern world

Four flights and just over 34 hours of travel marked the beginning of the second phase of…

Okavango: Miracle of Water

Okavango: Miracle of Water

In Botswana, a country the size of France with a population of just 1.6 million, one might…

Okavango: Cradle of Life

Okavango: Cradle of Life

The miracle of the Okavango is water, an oasis in a country that is 85 percent covered…

Prey Lang: Before the Axe Falls

Prey Lang: Before the Axe Falls

Once, evergreen forests stretched across Southeast Asia. Now the largest forest of this kind lies next to…

Expedition Blue Planet 2010 Promo

Expedition Blue Planet 2010 Promo

Expedition Blue Planet 2009 chronicled the interconnectivity of water. A key aspect of the project was its…

Age Of Limits

Age Of Limits

Hoover Dam is the heart of the American west’s water supply, a powerhouse for irrigation and farming…

Crew Video: East to West

Crew Video: East to West

In this behind-the-scenes video for Alexandra Cousteau’s Expedition Blue Planet, the team continue their cross-North America trek…

The Headwaters

The Headwaters

In July, Expedition Blue Planet explored the headwaters of the Colorado River to investigate how this mighty…

Indicator Species

Indicator Species

Alabama is home to the greatest wealth of freshwater and marine biodiversity in North America. As the…

Meet The Crew

Meet The Crew

A behind the scenes video introducing the 2010 Expedition Blue Planet crew.

An Ocean Of Doubt

An Ocean Of Doubt

Four months after the Deepwater Horizon disaster Alexandra Cousteau visits the Gulf States to find friends, communities…

John Wesley Powell

John Wesley Powell

As Expedition Blue Planet explored the Colorado River’s headwaters, John Wesley Powell’s name came up again and…

Vietnam’s Floating World

Vietnam’s Floating World

The Mekong Delta has traditionally served as a nexus of commerce to the people of South Vietnam,…

Vietnam’s End Of The River

Vietnam’s End Of The River

At the mouth of the river, climate change is affecting of the lives of both those who…

Vietnam’s Rice Bowl

Vietnam’s Rice Bowl

Seasonal rice harvests in the Mekong River Delta are threatened by the rise of sea tides due…

Camps to Trafficking

Camps to Trafficking

New Roads To Trafficking

New Roads To Trafficking

The Child Soldiers of Burma

The Child Soldiers of Burma

Goodmorningbeautiful speak to young survivors of forced and brutal military service inside Burma. For these lucky few…

Restless Development – BDS Video

Restless Development – BDS Video

This video showcases two graduates from Restless Development’s Business Development Services project in Sierra Leone. The BDS…

Death of a River

Death of a River

In August 2010, Alexandra Cousteau’s Expedition Blue Planet crossed over the Arizona/Mexican border to follow the Colorado’s…

Rohingya: No Place In The World 1

Rohingya: No Place In The World 1

In the first of a two-part series, our reporters explore the root cause of human trafficking through…

Snacking on Spiders

Snacking on Spiders

In Cambodia, giant venomous spiders aren’t terrifying, they’re a tasty treat! If you are travelling to Cambodia…

Thailand: Damming Lessons

Thailand: Damming Lessons

In Ubon Tatchathani province, construction of the Pak Mun dam was so disastrous for the local economy…