National Geographic: Collapse Trailer

National Geographic: Collapse Trailer (2010)

"Collapse: Based on the Book by Jared Diamond" 18 September 2010 Factual

How could a civilization that mastered the planet suddenly Collapse? Inspired by the New York Times best-selling book "Collapse: How Societies Choose to Fail or Succeed", NGC time travels 200 years into the future to see what the world would look like after civilization as we know it collapsed. Guided by author Jared Diamond, we'll piece together the remarkable story of what on earth triggered our decline.

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