New Zealand - Arte - TV Show

New Zealand – Arte – TV Show

Nature + travel, nature + environment

New Zealand

New Zealand is isolated in the floods of the South Pacific and has long escaped human intervention. In search of authenticity, the viewer gets to know the entire island country, as it passes through the marrow of New Zealand: from Fiordland, home of the hobbits, where lakes and fjords meander through green mountainous landscapes, to Cape Renga, the northern tip, where wild horses live along lonely sandy beaches. High-quality aerial footage, controlled by Alfie Speight, who became a legend with The Lord of the Rings, makes the film a landscape scene. So close to the peaks of the New Zealand Alps, over the rooftops of the capital Wellington, through the hissing volcanoes in Tongariro National Park to the treetops of primeval forests – each stop offers insight into the country’s history and about unique animals, for example with Flightless kakapos, parrots that You smell honey during courtship. But the beauty of nature is threatened. Also in New Zealand, climate change is causing giant glaciers to melt, and animal husbandry and monocultures have left entire swaths of land abandoned. New Zealand faces significant challenges and is responding to radical environmental policies.

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