A hope infused narrative to course correct our planet from imminent ruin

The data driven argument David Attenborough makes about our planet’s future, using his own lifetime as the scale of measure, in the recently released film on Netflix “A life on our planet”, is hard to ignore, despite the fatigue that may have desensitized us to this topic by the relentless barrage of largely “doom and gloom” predictions of our planet all around us…

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