There Is No Planet B

The film "There Is No Planet B" is a good introduction to the problem of climate change. It shows the effects of global warming on the environment. Melting glaciers, floods, sea level rise, droughts, forest fires and many other circumstances are causing people to lose their homes.

The film also shows the problem of social inequality, because often it is the already disadvantaged people in the population who are more affected by the effects. In Seattle, various students have gathered to go on strike and demand that politicians take action. For example, they demand more investment in renewable energy.

Director(s): Stephen Stanley
Script: Stephen Stanley
Production: Stephen Stanley, Dos Dingos Production
Year: 2020
Duration: 45 min
Our age recommendation: 13
Language (audio): English
Country of origin: United States
Shooting Locations: Australia, United States


Main topic(s): Climate
Secondary topics: renewables globalisation climate migration regeneration activism
Mentions: climate change global warming sea level glaciers forest fires drought migration greenhouse gases emissions Fridays For Future social inequality sink solutions ocean soil carbon renewable resources solar system wind systems climate strike
Topic Page(s): Climate

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