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Doubleflag This film is in English, but it is also available in French.
Ce film est en anglais, mais il est également disponible en version française.

Paradise on our doorstep (52 mn)

Expedition Gravel Pit

This film tells the story of redressing a problem. People in Europe have been straightening rivers for hundreds of years, drying floodplains and destroying the landscape near rivers.
This has resulted in a drastic decline in the variety of species near and in rivers. But there is hope on the horizon from an unexpected source: of all things, as a result of human intervention, which played a part in destroying the natural surroundings: gravel pits.
This film takes viewers into a world, which they could hardly imagine was possible. This world is so close and yet so unfamiliar; it has been artificially created, but is full of natural beauty.

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