This is the trailer for Eternal Harvest. The film is based on the book Eternal Harvest: The Legacy of American Bombs in Laos.
A glimpse into the stories and images captured by Jerry Redfern and Karen Coates while making stories as Redcoates Studios. Scenes from Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Timor Leste.
Mark Aldenderfer (Distinguished Professor, John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Chair at UC Merced) and Dr. Christina Warinner (Max Planck Institute and the University of Oklahoma) discus their work studying the genetic adaptations of people living atop the Tibetan Plateau.
US forced dropped at least 26 million bombs - mostly cluster submunitions - on Cambodia in an offshoot of the Vietnam War. Millions didn't explode on impact and remain in the ground as deadly unexploded ordnance. For the ethnic Jarai people of eastern Cambodia, those bombs make farming a life-threatening occupation. Full story at the Christian Science Monitor: http://bit.ly/2wPOJbf
Joseph P. Hupy, a professor of geography at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, has developed a new field of geographic study based on a possible new marker of the Anthropocene: strategic bombing. This video was made for Undark.org - http://undark.org/article/bombscapes-of-war-and-soil/