How to Save Our Planet

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It’s simple. Sir David Attenborough explains how humans can take charge of our future and save our planet.

What is Our Planet?

A Netflix original documentary series and groundbreaking collaboration between WWF, Netflix and Silverback Films, Our Planet showcases the world’s natural wonders, iconic species and wildlife spectacles that still remain. We’re all a part of this amazing planet, but we’re changing it like never before. Discover the story of the one place we all call home.

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  1. Fewer than a million… Less than? Does anyone else find that jarring? The real problem is that people see themselves as not belonging to nature. It's us and them. Hunter-gatherers did not feel this way. We have de-natured ourselves since our so-called Enlightenment. That's why we're all so f***ed up.

  2. Why do we clear forests?! Why do we destroy nature?!? Why do we build dams to change the natural course of water ways?! For the ever growing human population! Everything humans do is for our own selfish greed which is never satisfied! Less humans less destruction, if you ask me! Also education of how the natural world works for the younger generations. Make it a priority in every school , establishment. This should be ONE RELIGION, that should be “global” NOT CRT!

  3. Instead we spend bilions to colonize Mars and nothing to save our planet. Sadly people with power and money care only about their survival.

  4. Humans in all their arrogance think it's all about them. Our planet? Nothing belongs to humans. Our collective belief that we own the planet is a human construct born from greed, which is driving nature's destruction. The earth, which is our host temporarily, will be fine long after humans are gone. The earth is about 4.5 billion years old. Modern humans first appeared 200 thousand years ago. To show this on an understandable scale, imagine the distance from New York to L.A. which is 2789 miles. If L.A. represents the creation of earth and New York the present day, humans appeared only 655 feet from the Statue of Liberty. Dinosaurs appeared 243 million years ago or only 150 miles from the Statue of Liberty and went extinct just 40 miles away. That leaves 2639 miles of life in the oceans, and before, no life at all. Over 90% of all species that have ever existed went extinct. Our fate is no different. There are many more species to come after humans are gone. Global warming will doom us? Most probably nuclear winter.

  5. Money rules the world it's been made to be more important than the planet, the people and nature.
    No one seems to care about the damage we are causing to our planet. The human race will care when the whole planet is a dead zone. It's happening at an alarming rate faster then anyone knows.
    We are making our planet sick and in turn it will make us sick too. Is this why people are trying to leave the planet and move elsewhere ie:space exploration ?
    They know what's in store, that we are now past the point of no return for saving our beautiful earth.

  6. How about greening Australia? There's plenty of money in this Country. We have the technology. Government just isn't interested.

  7. The scary thing is this video feels like a trailer for a movie or video game, then you realize we’re living it.

  8. “We’re not just saving our planet, We’re saving ourselves”
    -*David Attenborough”
    If you wanna know where I found this
    Watch “David Attenborough: A life on our planet” on Netflix

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