21 April 2019    

“Man made disaster on a global scale” – Sir David Attenborough

Climate Change – The Facts is a 2019 British documentary presented by David Attenborough that discusses the science of climate change and possible solutions to counteract it. The one-hour programme made its debut on BBC One in the United Kingdom at 9pm on 18 April 2019.[ The film won general praise from critics for highlighting the dangers that could be presented by not doing enough to tackle climate change. The Guardian called it a “rousing call to arms”, while The Telegraph described the title as “robust” and praised the use of Attenborough as presenter: “At a time when public debate seems to be getting ever more hysterical,” it said, “it’s good to be presented with something you can trust. And we all trust Attenborough.

“Louisiana, USA, is losing land at one of the highest rates in the world. About a football field every 45 minutes” – Colette Pichon Battle, Executive Director, Gulf Coast centre for law and policy.

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