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7 Movies To Watch On Deteriorating Condition Of Environment
Let us all sit back and watch the greatest works of directors and get to know our ‘Mother Earth’ a little better. Here’s a list of Netflix’s best environmental TV shows and Documentaries.
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The environment is at high stakes. Pollution, global warming, acidic rains, glacier melting, deforestation are the hot topics of our day to day life. As a consequence world is dealing with natural calamities every now and then. One can observe the changes taking place in the environment more frequently now a day. Recently the whole world recently witnesses human-made disaster- The Amazon Forest Fire. The lungs of the world very affected to a large extent.
There are people who are arduous to protect and preserve the environment. Every individual is trying to contribute their utmost in some way or the other. The directors have come up with movies, documentaries and series to enhance the knowledge about the need to save the environment. The artistic work of directors has worked as an eye-opener for everybody.
Let us all sit back and watch the greatest works of directors and get to know our ‘MOTHER EARTH’ a little better. Here’s a list of Netflix’s best environmental TV shows and Documentaries.
An award-winning documentary narrated by David Attenborough and produced by Silverback Films. It showcases the planet’s natural beauty and helps the individual to examine how climatic change are impacting living creatures.
This documentary showcases the disappearance of coral reefs. The scientists, divers and photographers around the world mount an epic underwater campaign.
A plastic Ocean
The journalist Craig Leeson discovers that the world’s oceans are brimming with plastic waste, he investigates the impact it can have on the environment.
This documentary gives one insight into how factory farming is decimating planets natural resources. The major environmental groups have also ignored this crisis.
There's Something in the Water
This documentary spotlights the struggle of the minority communities in Nova Scotia as they fight officials over the lethal effects of industrial waste.
Environmental photographer James Balog deploys time-lapse cameras to capture a multiyear record of the world’s changing glaciers.
This documentary follows oceanographer Slvis Earle’s campaign to save the world’s oceans from threats such as overfishing and toxic waste.
All these documentaries will give an insight to human beings about the decorating condition of the environment. Thus, it may help the human beings around the world to understand the significance of the environment.
The pictures of each movie has been attached in the folder below.
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