In this fast paced world, have you ever wondered that nature has its own speed? And once destroyed it takes decades and decades to heal.
In the past fifty years, the world has seen severe changes that are irreversible and are costing wildlife as well as humans. Though the activists are out there, pitching their voices everyday to take our focus to the worsening climatic condition, nothing substantial is formulating and the exploitation continues.
Hence, this weekend try understanding the life-giving environment which is in stark need of our attention, that too for our survival.
Watch these documentaries to understand various issues around the world and how people are fighting for it:
To transform and tackle the pressing water issues, this over an hour long documentary traces the life of six young girls living along the prominent river bodies of the world; Amazon, Nile, Mississippi, Danube, Ganges, and Yangtze and how they learn about water and sustainability. Using their newfound knowledge they educate their communities and try to keep the basic yet precious need of nature, Water, clean and worth consuming.
2. David Attenborough: A Life On Our Planet:
In this documentary, the renowned naturalist David Attenborough shows the steep changes that humankind has brought on the environment. Starting from the man-made disaster of Chernobyl, David shows how the landscape has changed in just a few decades and our selfishness is adding more to it, resulting in the extinction of wilderness. In his documentary, Attenborough also talks about how it still can be managed only if we pause now and elope towards sustainability.
Promoting the importance of minimalistic living, the documentary ‘Minimalism’ traces the lives of several minimalists across the globe. Focusing on their life structure and how they with their small shedding help in creating an environment which can sustain and doesn’t fall prey to the compulsive consuming nature of human beings.