Climate change is real and it's happening at a super fast rate and these documentaries will give you a glimpse into the same. Watch them now!
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Hands down one of the best climate change documentaries ever to be made, Chasing Ice will move you and give you goosebumps. National Geographic photographer James Balog and his team travel across the Arctic deploying time-lapse cameras to shoot a multi-year record of Earth's rapidly melting glaciers. The visuals of mountains of ice disappearing at alarming rates will haunt you. It's, without a doubt, one of the most heroic attempts at gathering evidence to give the world a reality check on climate change.
Another documentary that we'd definitely recommend you to watch is Chasing Coral. A team of divers, photographers and scientists go on a thrilling adventure into the oceans to explore why coral reefs have been disappearing at such unprecedented rates.
This one explores the beauty and diversity of our wonderful planet while trying to find out how global warming and climate change impact all kinds of living creatures on Earth. From the wilderness of the Arctic and jungles of South America to the oceans and African landscapes, this documentary covers it all.
Before The Flood
This one has Leonardo DiCaprio interacting with scientists, activists and world leaders about the dangers of climate change and possible solutions. He travels to five continents and the Arctic as a United Nations Messenger of Peace to explore the reality of climate change and also comes across a campaign designed to spread wrong information about the crisis to confuse the public.
Merchants Of Doubt
Inspired by a 2010 book written by American historians of science Naomi Oreskes and Erik M. Conway, Merchants of Doubt is a comedic satire that has filmmaker Robert Kenner hire a group of charismatic pundits who pose as scientific authorities on threats like climate change, pharmaceuticals and toxic chemicals with the aim to spread confusion about the same.
A Plastic Ocean
We all know that plastic is one of the major pollutants of the world's oceans and this documentary by journalist Craig Leeson tells you just how much. there is and the impact it has on the environment. With a team comprising scientists, researchers and diver Tanya Streeter, Craig travels to about 20 places across the world to know the truth behind plastic pollution and figure out working solutions that can be implemented immediately.