This Earth Month, Netflix has prepared special content about our planet and its heroes, ranging from cooking shows to dramas, stand upfamily titles, nature documentaries and climate fiction.
The streaming giant has curated more than 170 of these stories into a new Netflix collection, called One world, countless wonders.
The collection debuts today, April 13, with art by Californian illustrator Leonardo Santamaria, celebrating the beauty of our natural world. Leonardo was inspired by the people affected by climate change, as he experienced it firsthand in the Philippines.
The collection includes series, movies and specials that honor nature, such as Our Planet, Animal, David Attenborough: A Life on Our Planetand a new five-part series premiering today: Our great national parks.
Narrated by former US President Barack Obamathis series explores the world’s most impressive national parks through the eyes of their wildest residents, and shows how we can preserve these wildernesses for future generations.
The collection goes beyond documentaries.
The Oscar-nominated film: don’t look up it shows how broad, and entertaining, stories about the environment can be.
You can also learn about the science of climate change (Breaking the Limits: The Science of Our Planet, Bill Nye: Science Guy) or how to live more sustainably (Minimalism: Less is more, Zac Efron: Down to Earth, Hands on Leftovers!).
In gripping dramas like Ragnarok, Green Frontier Y okwe witness how people from all corners of the Earth use their unique gifts for good. The boy who tamed the wind Y youth vs. government they put real-life heroes at the center of the story.
While feel-good titles like Love in the works, Waffles and Mochiand the new science fiction adventure Captain Nova.
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