Sir David Attenborough’s Personal Witness Statement and Vision on Climate Change – A Life on Our Planet

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One of the most known and respected men in the World, naturalist and film maker Sir David Attenborough is releasing his latest full feature film on 28 September 2020 on Netflix and in Cinemas around the World.

Already the trailer has the world and world leaders buzzing.

Trailer publicly sharable by Youtube: https://youtu.be/r-91umZ7cQE

In this recent BBC interview Sir Attenborough explains why he produced “A Life on Our Planet” and that climate change is the biggest problem humanity has faced but that there is hope.

Video publicly sharable by Yotube: https://youtu.be/2PRJL07-WK0

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