In episode two of the series "Years of Living Dangerously", Harrison Ford continues his investigation into the global effects of the palm oil industry and further explores the corruption that has ravaged the Indonesian landscape resulting in the country being one of the world's largest emitters of greenhouse gases through deforestation. Meanwhile, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger joins an elite team of wild-land firefighters-known as the "Hot Shots"-as they battle a new breed of forest fires, one made more deadly by climate change. He also discovers another killer wiping out trees at an even faster rate than forest fires.
Forest Fires (1:38) -- Deforestation (1:19) -- Series Intro & Credits: End of the Woods: Years of Living Dangerously (1:47) -- Schwarzenegger and Global Warming (1:15) -- Increasing Wildfires (2:06) -- Preparing to Fight Fire (2:13) -- Life of Elite Firefighter Orangutan Refuge (2:27) -- Palm Oil Industry (1:30) -- Law Not Enforced Planning Palm Oil Plantations (1:39) -- Confrontation with Industry Leader (2:41) -- Greenpeace Backfire (1:09) -- Studying Forests (3:27) -- Indonesian Forestry Minister (3:47) -- Yarnell Hill (2:21) -- Firefighters' Outlook (3:00) -- Forests in Danger (1:07) -- Media Attention (0:39) -- Interview with President of Indonesia (1:43) -- Bark Beetles (2:56) -- Vicious Cycle (1:37) -- Unilever Sustainability Policy (2:18) -- Enforcing Commitment to Sustainability (2:00) -- Call to Action (1:08) -- Additional Resources & Credits: End of the Woods: Years of Living Dangerously (1:04)
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