'Earth, A New Wild' Explores Interdependence of Humans, Wildlife

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In an age of climate change and other environmental threats, the relationship between humans and the natural world seems more fragile than ever. Shot in 29 countries, the upcoming PBS series "Earth, A New Wild" shines a spotlight on the close and complex links between people and wildlife. We'll talk to the host of the program, conservation scientist M. Sanjayan.



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M. Sanjayan, host of PBS's "Earth, A New Wild" and executive vice president and senior scientist at Conservation International