In "Fire Line," Arnold Schwarzenegger joins an elite team of wildland firefighters as they battle a new breed of forest fire, one made more deadly by climate change. In "Last Stand," Harrison Ford travels to Indonesia to investigate palm oil and deforestation.
When Superstorm Sandy killed 24 people on Staten Island, Congressman Michael Grimm worked night and day to help constituents who lost loved ones and were left homeless by the storm. In Sandy’s wake, Grimm, a conservative Republican, didn't believe humans have much to do with global warming. Correspondent Chris Hayes follows Grimm for a year to see what he can do for the residents of Staten Island – and what he might learn about climate change.
In "Last Stand," YEARS correspondent Harrison Ford travels to Indonesia to investigate deforestation caused by the palm oil industry. In "Pray for Rain," Don Cheadle visits Plainview and finds that most people blame the drought on the will of God or say it’s part of a natural cycle. In "Preacher's Daughter" Ian Somerhalder travels to North Carolina to listen in on both sides of the evangelical community’s debate over climate change.