Environment

How Many People Can Live on Planet Earth?
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How Many People Can Live on Planet Earth?

David Attenborough looks at the issue of human sustainability and whether the planet is on a course towards a population crisis. The Earth’s population is growing exponentially, having grown from just 2.5 billion people...
Tapped
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Tapped

Tapped uncovers the long-term social and ecological impact of the bottled water industry, showing how large companies such as PepsiCo and Nestlé Waters are major contributors to the tonnes of plastics that end up littering th...
Addicted to Plastic
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Addicted to Plastic

Addicted To Plastic embarks on a global journey spanning three years and five continents in search of solutions to plastic pollution. It chronicles the material’s rise over the past century, its toxic impact on our ecos...
Meat the Truth
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Meat the Truth

Although many films have alerted the public to the issue of climate change, most have ignored one of its most important causes: rapid livestock production. Presented by Dutch MP Marianne Thieme, the leader of the Party for th...
The World According to Monsanto
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The World According to Monsanto

The World According to Monsanto is the fruit of French director Marie-Monique Robin’s extensive investigation into Monsanto, one of the world’s most powerful corporations. It is also one of the world’s most controversial corp...
The 11th Hour
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The 11th Hour

Narrated and produced by actor Leonardo DiCaprio, The 11th Hour seeks to raise awareness of the depleted state of the earth’s natural environment. It explores how we have arrived at this state by looking at the way we live, o...
Who Killed the Electric Car?
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Who Killed the Electric Car?

Who Killed the Electric Car shows how an innovation aimed at eliminating the need for gasoline to fuel cars in the 1990s was squelched by the automotive industry. General Motors unveiled its EV-1 in 1997 as a car that provide...
Earthlings
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Earthlings

Earthlings, narrated by Joaquin Phoenix, details the human use of animals in five specific areas: for food, clothing, entertainment, science, and as pets. Director Shaun Monson uses hidden cameras to unveil the practices of p...
Global Dimming
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Global Dimming

Global dimming is a scientific phenomenon referring to the decline in the amount of sunlight that is reaching Earth. The peak of this dimming occurred in the 1970s and may have caused the horrific droughts of the 1970s and 19...
One Night in Bhopal
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One Night in Bhopal

The Bhopal gas tragedy in 1984 was one of the world’s most devastating industrial disasters and remains a cautionary tale about the importance of safety regulations. It occurred when methyl isocyanate gas leaked from a...
Darwin’s Nightmare
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Darwin’s Nightmare

Darwin’s Nightmare takes a look at the social and environmental consequences of the fishing industry around Lake Victoria in Tanzania. After the Nile Perch species was introduced to the lake for exporting to lucrative Europea...