Environmental documentaries have the potential to shape public opinion, influence policy decisions, and contribute to broader environmental movements by raising awareness and inspiring action.
Environmental concerns have been prevalent since the Industrial Revolution in the 18th century when the exploitation of natural resources and the devastating impacts of industrialisation sparked environmental movements and a recognition of the critical need for ecological preservation.
In recent times, the urgency to tackle environmental issues has intensified due to the escalating threats of climate change, deforestation, pollution, and biodiversity loss.
Environmental documentaries effectively illuminate these issues by providing a platform to present compelling scientific evidence, personal stories, and striking visual imagery that captures the gravity of the problems.
Environmental documentaries serve as powerful tools for education, advocacy, and mobilisation. They have the potential to shape public opinion, influence policy decisions, and contribute to broader environmental movements by raising awareness and inspiring action. They encourage individuals to adopt sustainable practices, support environmental policies, and engage in collective action for positive change.
|Carbon: The Unauthorised Biography
|Where to watch: Apple TV, DocPlay
|Where to watch: DocPlay, Apple TV, Prime Video
|Where to watch: Google Play, Apple TV
|Voices of the River
|Cry of the Forests
|Where to watch: Facebook, Instagram
|Where to watch: The Education Shop
|Latest info on where to watch: here
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