After a first season hailed as "the most important television series ever," the Emmy award-winning documentary series, Years of Living Dangerously, returns with a second season to the National Geographic Channel, for an even deeper look at some of the most urgent climate change problems threatening the planet, and at some very real solutions. From India and China, to Africa and the United States, Years tells important and compelling human stories about individuals, communities and governments facing critical choices that will impact the lives of millions for generations to come. This season's team of celebrity correspondents includes David Letterman in his first post-Late Show assignment, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sigourney Weaver, Gisele Bündchen Jack Black, Ty Burell, Cecily Strong, Ian Somerhalder, America Ferrera, Nikki Reed and Aasif Mandi.
Years Of Living Dangerously: Gathering Storm
Years Of Living Dangerously: Fueling The Fire
Years Of Living Dangerously: A Race Against Time
Years Of Living Dangerously: Gathering Strom
Gathering Storm: Jack Black is in Miami to find out if and how the city and other low-lying areas can survive rising seas.
Years Of Living Dangerously: Fuelling Fire
Fuelling The Fire: Arnold Schwarzenegger and Gisele Bündchen travel to the Middle East and the largest rainforest in the world to investigate climate issues.
Years Of Living Dangerously: Uprooted
The Uprooted: Recognising the climate change crisis is an international security issue. Don Cheadle and Tom Friedman investigate a drought in California killing all crops.
Years Of Living Dangerously: Safe Passage
Safe Passage: Bradley Whitford examines the grass-roots efforts to build consensus on Capitol Hill that global warming is a critical issue.
Years Of Living Dangerously: Collapse Of The Oceans
Collapse of the Oceans: Joshua Jackson travels to the Great Barrier Reef to see first-hand the effects of climate change on the world's oceans.
Years Of Living Dangerously: Priceless
Priceless: As climate change is increasingly linked to disappearing animal species, Nikki Reed asks if putting a price on carbon could reverse the trend.
Years Of Living Dangerously: Uprising
Uprising: Sigourney Weaver travels to China - plagued by air pollution largely caused by the burning of coal. China is attempting to break its coal habit and reduce emissions.