Environment

Planet of the Humans

Planet of the Humans is the latest documentary from filmmaker Michael Moore. It was released on the eve of Earth Day, 2020, and takes direct aim at the supposed hypocrisy found within the green movement. Moore states that we are losing the battle to stop climate change here on Earth because we are following political leaders who have chosen to take us down the wrong road. Alleging that they have

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Guardians of the Amazon

It is the frontline of the worlds most dangerous battle, a battle which involves the entire Earth. As the Amazon Rain Forest faces a crucial tipping point amidst the increase of illegal logging activities, deforestation rates have nearly doubled, there are nearly three football fields worth of forestation being cut down every minute.This being said it is the Brazilian indigenous people who are

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Australia: Ravaged by Drought and Fire

Bushfires are nothing new in Australia, but this season’s blazes have taken on a new dimension. Their vast scale is largely down to extreme weather conditions. Last year was the hottest and driest since recordings began in 1910.More than 12 million hectares of land have been ravaged since the outbreak of the Australian bushfires in October 2019, that's an area almost one and a half times the s

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The Nuclear Option

In Japan the bright lights never stop burning, the nation has an insatiable for energy but with virtually no natural resources to generate it. In order to meet demand for their electrical needs here they bet big on nuclear power having figured it was a low risk means to produce the energy they required.However the meltdown witnessed at Fukushima back in March 2011 changed everything. To avo

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Where the River Runs Red

Tasmania is a secluded island located off the south coast of Australia, it is know for it's large, rugged wilderness but towards the west of the island there is an ominous red river which divides the small mining town of Queenstown.This red river is the result of water run-off from a closed mine, the water itself is extremely acidic which dissolves much of what lies in its way, rendering the s

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Into The Inferno

Into The Inferno is filmmaker Werner Herzog's latest documentary and it sees himself and volcanologist Clive Oppenheimer set out on a surreal journey which takes them all around the globe where they explore some of the world's most mythical volcanoes.We see Herzog and Oppenheimer travel to North Korea, Ethiopia, Iceland and the Vanuatu Archipelago. Through speaking

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The Anthropocene: The Age of Mankind

Humans have been trying to control nature for quite some time, and out influence has become more and more dramatic, in fact it is now so strong that following years of research and monitoring an international group of geologists are suggesting we introduce a new geological age, The Age of Mankind or rather "The Anthropocene".What awaits us in this new age? Through interviews with a geologist,

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The World In 2050

It is estimated that come the middle of this century the Earth will likely be home to 9 billion people, that's an additional 2 billion people consuming ever more resources and leading more technologically complex lives. This additional strain on the planet is sure to either make or break us with regards to how we handle this extra demand.How will our cities evolve? How do we feed these extr

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The True Cost of Climate Denial

When President Trump announced his plans to withdraw America from the landmark Paris climate agreement he was faced with condemnation from not only the public but many leading corporate figures such as Elon Musk (founder of Paypal, Tesla and Space X) and Tim Cook (CEO of Apple). This however did not deter him from pulling out.The Paris agreement was one which many hailed as the worlds best cha

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