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NARRATOR: There have been
few natural history films like it.

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Planet Earth.

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What a world we live in.

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And what an experience
it must have been to film it.

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So why have the production team
come away with mixed emotions?

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Filming Planet Earth
has been a wonderful experience

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because we've been able to visit
an extraordinary range of our planet, really,

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and it's been something of
a bittersweet experience

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because, yes, we have seen
some very threatened animals, you know,

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and that's always sad to see,

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but at the same time we've met some wonderful
impassioned individuals

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who are doing a great deal on the ground

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to improve the situation
for those particular species.

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And also, you realise that there is
an enormous amount of wilderness still out there.

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NARRATOR: But for how long?

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Will those impassioned individuals
that Alastair met be enough to save

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what remains of the world's threatened
wildernesses and their animals and plants?

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How much will it matter to us if they are lost?

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What can we really do to save them?

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And in this new millennium,
are we still going about it the right way?

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In this series,
we'll put such questions to the decision-makers

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and conservationists on the ground.

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We'll demonstrate
that the environmental debate today

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has never been more important.

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We have to make hard judgements

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about what investments will yield
the biggest returns for conservation.

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And that means we make choices about
what species to invest in,

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and about what strategies
make the most difference.

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NARRATOR: Is it right that those strategies
are usually drawn up by Westerners with money?

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I don't think that the conservation organisations,
the giants of conservation,

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know better than the people
who, historically, have been staying with wildlife.

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NARRATOR: We'll use footage from Planet Earth

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to look at some of
the world's most important wild places

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and what's been happening to them.

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The situation in the Asian region in particular
is extremely serious.

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Nearly all of the natural rainforest has gone
from several countries now,

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