When Donald Trump enters America’s highest elected office in late January, he will become the world’s only national leader to deny climate change (which is slightly alarming considering it’s one of the greatest threats facing humanity today). In response, thought provoking documentary In This Climate connects some of the greatest thinkers of our time to share their personal insights about the environment.
I think we have got a lot of trouble ahead. It’s perfectly clear that the world is warming up. It is perfectly clear that the human race in numbers is increasing at an alarming rate. In the short time that I have been making television programs, the population of the world has tripled. And they all need places to live and food to eat. Where does all that come from? It comes from the natural world. But there is less and less space to go through and there are more and more people.
A full release program throughout 2017 will see the documentary screened at cinemas, schools, universities and festivals globally to educate and inspire people to come together and help combat climate change.
In This Climate is set for release before the World Economic Forum in January 2017.