David Attenborough: A Life On Our Planet
| Netflix Premiere | Nature Documentary |
October 9th, Written By Madeline Crandall
David Attenborough: A Life On Our Planet was recently named ‘The Most Important Documentary of the Year” by Forbes and the Ecoversity Team couldn’t agree more.
David Attenborough has dedicated his life to nature documentaries and showing planet earth to humanity. He has dedicated his life’s work to be centered around the health of our planet, the good life of the human race, and the future world of our biodiversity.
The following quote from David Attenborough summarizes the idealism of the new Netflix documentary, ““A Life on Our Planet is my witness statement, and my vision for the future. It is the story of how we came to make this, our greatest mistake - and how, if we act now, we can yet put it right.” - David Attenborough
Many people know of David Attenborough’s voice as being the soothing source of our nature documentaries for the last six decades, like Planet Earth, Our Planet, Blue Planet, Seven Worlds: One Planet, Life on Earth, Frozen Planet, Natural World and so many more. However, Life On Our Planet goes through Attenborough's life exploration since his twenties and describes the dwindling amount of biodiversity he has witnessed first hand. Attenborough does a phenomenal job at humanizing the current climate crisis and providing solutions for continual issues of deforestation, limited carbon sequestration, organic farming and soil degradation.
This newest netflix documentary is focused on explaining the large-scale picture of environmental issues such as global warming, climate change, carbon cycles, regenerative farming and soil erosion. In climate change news, it shows the warming trends relationship to human activity since the 20th century. Our actions are catching up to us in different forms of climate devastation including heat waves, earthquakes, floods and tornadoes around the globe.
At what is hopefully the dawn of the rising of our environmental consciousness, David Attenborough lives on at 94 years old. Through exploring the wild places of our planet and reflecting upon his defining moments, he uses this new netflix movie to explain the devastational and irreversible changes he has seen through being a lifetime naturalist. This first hand account of humanity’s impact on the globe is awe-striking and the imperative need for humankind to take action.
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Is a Life On Our Planet on Netflix? Where to Watch? 👇🏽
Life On Our Planet Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=64R2MYUt394
Attenborough Film: https://www.attenboroughfilm.com/
Best Nature Documentaries on Netflix: https://www.netflix.com/browse/genre/48768
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How would you describe David Attenborough? 👇🏽
David Attenborough Biography:
During his lifetime of achievement, Attenborough has received myriad honors. He was knighted in 1985, received the Order of Merit from Queen Elizabeth II in 2002 and holds at least 31 honorary degrees from British universities, including Oxford and Cambridge. He published his biography, Life on Air, in 2002, and in 2012, was the subject of the BBC documentary Attenborough: 60 Years in the Wild. In 2014, a poll revealed that he was considered to be the most trustworthy public figure in Britain. Attenborough is also the most traveled person in recorded human history and is the oldest person to have ever visited the North Pole. But in perhaps the most fitting tribute of all, several species of plants, insects and birds have been graced with Attenborough’s name, ensuring that it will live alongside the many creatures that he has spent his life celebrating and protecting.
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