There is a new film from Yann Arthus-Bertrand (previously most famous for Earth from the Air) called Home. The film is made up of stunning visuals of the Earth from the air. The film focuses on Earth as our home and the impact humans are having on it. Although the film is very sobering, covering deforestation, the decimation of fishing stocks, global warming and climate refugees, it ends with a very positive and optimistic 10 minutes. It also has a very good balance of social and environmental messages and links the two very well.
This is the Earth. This is Home for all of us, human, animal and plant. It's the only home we have.
Home is free to watch on the internet at www.youtube.com/homeproject and is also available on DVD. It is showing in a few cinemas.
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