Consider the methods and focus of the conservation movement in today's society and evaluate the implications of sustainable development on economic and cultural growth. Leading naturalists, economists, and scientists debate strategies for preserving the environment while maintaining economic expansion in emerging countries, including ecotourism and responsible farming. From big game hunting in Africa to the destruction of rain forests in Borneo, the program addresses the ethical dilemmas surrounding sustainable development and emphasizes the progress already made in the struggle to preserve planet Earth’s most vital ecosystems. Running time: 50 minutes. Available to U.S. Customers Only.