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"People must feel that the natural world is important and valuable and beautiful and wonderful and an amazement and a pleasure" - David Attenborough

“The love of living creatures is the most noble attribute of man”

Charles Darwin

“If people were superior to animals they’d take better care of the world”

A.A. Milne
A humpback whale & her calf swims near Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean

A humpback whale & her calf swims near Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean

An excellent documentary I would recommend to you all! 
'The 11th Hour' (2007) is created, produced & narrated by Leonardo DiCaprio, it focuses on the state of our natural environment & the impact humans have had on our failing planet. Contributors include politicians, scientists & environmental activists. Topics addressed in the film include global warming, deforestation, mass species extinction & the reduction in the ocean habitats.
The film concludes with potential solutions to the problems that planet Earth is faced with. It allows us to think about our activity & question what is really important in our ever-changing world.  
It’s a very important documentary that I feel everyone must see, to see how our activities are having an effect on the precious, beautiful planet Earth. It hard to watch the clips that are shown throughout the film without angry & upset about what we have truly done the environment. But climate is something that is happening & is the most important point of concern for the whole planet. Humans caused it, but humans can change it.

"Global warming is not only the number one environmental challenge we face today, but one of the most important issues facing all of humanity. We all have to do our part to raise awareness about global warming and the problems we as a people face in promoting a sustainable environmental future for our planet" - Leonardo DiCaprio

An excellent documentary I would recommend to you all! 

'The 11th Hour' (2007) is created, produced & narrated by Leonardo DiCaprio, it focuses on the state of our natural environment & the impact humans have had on our failing planet. Contributors include politicians, scientists & environmental activists. Topics addressed in the film include global warming, deforestation, mass species extinction & the reduction in the ocean habitats.

The film concludes with potential solutions to the problems that planet Earth is faced with. It allows us to think about our activity & question what is really important in our ever-changing world.  

It’s a very important documentary that I feel everyone must see, to see how our activities are having an effect on the precious, beautiful planet Earth. It hard to watch the clips that are shown throughout the film without angry & upset about what we have truly done the environment. But climate is something that is happening & is the most important point of concern for the whole planet. Humans caused it, but humans can change it.

"Global warming is not only the number one environmental challenge we face today, but one of the most important issues facing all of humanity. We all have to do our part to raise awareness about global warming and the problems we as a people face in promoting a sustainable environmental future for our planet" - Leonardo DiCaprio

15 baby flying foxes (bats) at the Australia bat clinic near the Gold Coast in Queensland. Thousands of bats near Brisbane & the Gold Coast have, due the extreme temperatures, been falling out of trees & dying in heatwaves

15 baby flying foxes (bats) at the Australia bat clinic near the Gold Coast in Queensland. Thousands of bats near Brisbane & the Gold Coast have, due the extreme temperatures, been falling out of trees & dying in heatwaves

A west African lion cub in Nigeria Yankari game reserve. The west African lion population is close to extinction, only 400 remain in 17 countries

A west African lion cub in Nigeria Yankari game reserve. The west African lion population is close to extinction, only 400 remain in 17 countries

The rare albino bottlenose dolphin swims close to its mum before it is collected for captivity. A pod of around 250 dolphins were herded into the cove in Taiji Japan, 52 were selected for aquariums & 40 were killed.

The rare albino bottlenose dolphin swims close to its mum before it is collected for captivity. A pod of around 250 dolphins were herded into the cove in Taiji Japan, 52 were selected for aquariums & 40 were killed.

Kate

Kate

Ant pushing a water droplet

Ant pushing a water droplet

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