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Its split into two parts, as the first half of The Truth About Climate Change examines some of the high profile natural disasters of the past few years, and questions how much of a part humans had to play in them. Attenborough also discusses various other lower profile environmental changes too, and what kind of impact theyre having. Its intelligently done, without, crucially, coming across as preachy.
The rest of The Truth About Climate Change is then taken up by looking ahead, to what the long-term impact on the planet is likely to be, and things we can do to make sure those worse case scenarios simply dont come true. Given the strengths of the arguments made before the documentary arrives at this segment, its not something youll want to ignore.
The Truth About Climate Change is no Saturday night watch, but it is a thoughtful documentary that certainly offers an unsettling amount of food for thought. Fortunately, it does remember, through Attenborough, to spend enough time working through the actions after its outlined the damage thats being done. And that makes it a rounded, interesting piece of work.--Jon Foster
Nicely shot alarmist material with pretty much no challenging science nor scrutiny on some basic levels. The planet is in a warming phase. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Johan RF
I have always had high regard for David Attenborough as a wildlife presenter, but the same unfortunately can't be said for his work on climate change which seems to have been... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Mr. Jack Gray
Another good turn from the Open University and Sir David Attenborough. Not as global as some other documentaries but the choice to keep things closer to home works well here.Published 17 months ago by eck4355
This is an enthralling DVD - though would you expect any less from David Attenborough? My son who is hoping to study geography at university loved this.Published 22 months ago by KerryC
Since this was done awhile back it is a little outdated but still a very worthwhile show. Love David Attenborough.Published on 19 Feb. 2013 by M. Kenny