Roshini Thinakaran, a National Geographic Emerging Explorer and TED Fellow, has lived and worked in some of the most fascinating places on Earth including Iraq, Afghanistan, Liberia, Lebanon, Sri Lanka, and Dubai. She was selected as a National Geographic Emerging Explorer and TED Global Fellow for her work examining the impact of war on women for Women at the Forefront, a multimedia project she began in 2006.
Zak Wenning is the Cinematographer and Editor for Journey OnEarth. Prior to this project, Zak worked with the National Geographic Society as a video producer and has over ten years of experience working and learning in his field.
There aren't many places left in America as isolated as the Otero Mesa; does this rugged landscape also hold the minerals we need to build the technology of the future?
Below the Sand Hills of NE runs one of the world’s largest water reservoir - the Ogallala aquifer. Overuse has put it at risk, but now a proposed oil pipeline, the Keystone XL, might present an even greater threat.
After The Gas Rush is a unique look at the grassroots movement opposing the expansion of the Marcellus Shale industry in Pennsylvania
In Part 2 of After the Gas Rush, viewers get a rare behind the scenes look at industry efforts to reuse millions of gallons of toxic waste water used to frack gas wells in Pennsylvania’s Marcellus Shale region
Four years after Marcellus Shale arrived on the doorstep of Wetzel County, life has changed dramatically
In the second episode for Journey OnEarth, we take a closer look at Louisiana's marshes and examine what losing it means for us