David Attenborough eye opening documentary – A life On Our Planet
In his 93 years, David Attenborough has visited every continent on the globe, exploring the wild places of our planet and documenting the living world in all its variety and wonder.
Now, for the first time in a must-see documentary he reflects upon both the defining moments of his lifetime as a naturalist. David’s eye-opening documentary shows the devastation humans are inflicting on the planet, and it’s effect on all the species including our own!
In a powerful non-Bias documentary, which David Attenborough is calling his witness statement he shows that the way in which us humans are currently living on earth is not sustainable and shows us a first-hand account of humanity’s impact on nature. The documentary cleverly shows the viewer through harrowing statistic the damage already done by growing human population, carbon levels and the decline of wilderness in the past few decades.
“The natural world is failing. The evidence is all around. It is happened in my lifetime, I’ve seen it with my own eyes.” – David Attenborough .
However, it is not all doom and gloom. The second part of the 80-minute documentary shows us that if we take responsibility and act right now some of the damage done to our beautiful planet, ocean and wildlife is reversible. If we work towards a more sustainable lifestyle, and work alongside nature we can put man’s greatest mistake ‘Climate Change’ right. Nature can over come this obstacle, like it has done many times in the past the human race may not.
“Our planet is heading for disaster. We need to learn how to work with nature rather than against it.” – David Attenborough.
David Attenborough’s ‘A life on our planet’ can be viewed in cinemas from the 28th of September and is available to stream on Netflix from the 4th of October 2020. Please watch it and suggest it to a friend, you will not regret it!