Calendar

Hey you! How great that you are opening up your mind to learn about the environment and what is actually going on. By following this calendar we ask you to watch a documentary or video clip every 2 days of the month December. By doing this we are trying to show you what is happening with the world. We want to ask you top help us raise awareness whilst using your own social media platforms. For every day an optional clip is added. Go watch it. Send the website link to your friends and family if you learned something and if you want to help. There are posting suggestions you can put up on Instagram stories or other social media platforms you use. You just need to download them below and it is ready to be posted. We hope you learn something and that we encouraged you to help us fighting climate change. If you have questions you can always contact us.

One last statement we want to make is: Watch everything with dignity and know that we want to challenge the viewers to really think about what the future is holding for us and how our key actions today will shape the future of tomorrow. Not everything you will see is a 100% true keep that in mind that there are a lot of sides and opinions to every story.

  1. December
  • We want to start with the magnificent words and images that David Attenborough made for us. This is his wake up call, his legacy.
  • Watch his new documentary, A life on our planet. The movie is up on Netflix.
  • The documentary lasts 1 hour and 23 minutes.
  1. December
  • Watch David Attenborough his documentary, if you haven’t done that yet.
  • Did you already watch it? Then check out his Instagram and watch David Attenborough his extra follow up stories. There is also a clip with people asking him interesting questions.
  1. December
  1. December
  • The documentary: Before the flood, made by National Geographic in collaboration with Leonardo DiCaprio shows a lot of aspects of great leaders denying climate change.
  • Go watch it and share it to show everyone we cannot deny climate change at all.
  1. December
  •  Watch the documentary Before the flood.
  • Think about how we can reach out to the government and share to show as much people as possible.
  1. December
  • What is actually going on below our earth’s surface? Have a look and see for yourself.
  • Watch the documentary Chasing Coral it is available on Netflix.
  • The documentary lasts 1 hour and 29 minutes.
  1. December
  • Did you watch chasing coral? Then you can watch a movie from the same videographers called: Chasing Ice, it is already a bit more outdated, but still a nerve wrecking view of what is going on with the ice caps of our planet.
  • Below are some clear flyer’s to show what is going on, share it online to raise awareness.
  • The creators of the movie are keen to show awareness, the same way as we want to, they made a take action plan and site, see the link below.
  • https://www.chasingcoral.com/take-action/
  1. December
  • Watch the documentary: Cowspiracy. It is available on Netflix. It lasts for 1 hour and 30 minutes.
  • A lot of different environmental institutions are questioned and the food industry is put in a transparent light.
  • Join the thirty day vegan challenge, follow the link below.
  • https://www.cowspiracy.com/take-action
  1. December
  • Watch Cowspiracy, and overthink how much your own diet is leaving and ecological footprint on the earth.
  • Would you kill an animal to eat it? if NO? Why would you let someone else do it for you?
  1. December
  • Go watch an episode of the series: Rotten, it is a Netflix series.
  • Choose an episode about a subject that you find interesting.
  • I recommend you to watch an episode about avocado’s or honeybee’s.
  1. December
  • This documentary: Kiss the ground is on Netflix.
  • It is very US-centered, but it really shows the problems that are occurring with the soil in where crops are grown to feed the world.
  1. December
  • Watch the documentary: Kiss the ground.
  • Try to share this documentary, soil education is important to create sustainable farming.
  • The documentary is also going into more depth about nitrogen, water and carbon cycles that our human race is disturbing with the way we live right now.
  1. December
  • Watch: The biggest little farm, you can find it on youtube.
  • This is about how a camera man and his wife a cook created a farm in harmony with our planet. They show us what is, in my opinion, the future of farming and living sustainably.
  1. December
  • Watch the biggest little farm.
  • If you like the way they work and if you want to see more, go find them on social media: Apricot lane farms.
  1. December
  • Are you doubting your health when you would fully go vegan? No worries, watch this movie: Game changers.
  • The movie is on Netflix.
  1. December
  • Watch this movie with your family: Game changers. A friend of mine showed this to her granddad and even he while he is a stubborn guy saw that eating so many meat is worth nothing.
  1. December
  • Greta Thunberg is one of the youngest environmentalists I have heard about. She made a very powerful movie, go check it out.
  • I am Greta.
  1. December
  • Follow Greta Thunberg and join her and us by striking for the climate online.
  • Join us in an Online Climate Strike.
  • Send in a picture of you and powerful quote or poster you made, we will make one big picture with all of us striking.
  1. December
  • Show where we are right now and show what you watched of this calendar.
  • Tell us what documentary you found inspiring.
  1. December
  • Go watch an episode of the series: Down to earth, it is a Netflix series.
  • Choose an episode about a subject that you find interesting.
  • Zac Efron and Darin Olien a food guru as they call him are showing very different sides of the climate change story all over the world.
  • I recommend you to watch an episode about Porto Rico or Iceland.
  1. December
  • Down to earth the series is not only shining light on hard subjects but it is also giving us a positive picture about food and helping each other out. It gives me some hope to see that there are really good things inside of humans and we just need them to show it to the whole world.
  • Watch an episode about London or France.
  1. December
  • The documentary: Mission Blue, is on Netflix.
  • This documentary is following oceanographer Sylvia Earle’s campaign to save the ocean’s that this world has.
  1. December
  • Mission Blue is showing us with the threats are our waters are facing, for example overfishing and toxic waste releasing.
  • Follow mission blue here:
  • https://mission-blue.org
  1. December
  • It is the 24th of December so I want to wish you a merry christmas.
  • Tell your family what is happening, this will probably online because of Covid restriction.
  • Go and play some games with the family and share the love.
  • Try not to eat meat.
  • Watch Wall-E with your family! It is a very nice movie but really shows a sad perspective of our future.
  1. December
  • Keep telling your family and friends, start a change.
  • Watch Wall-E.
  1. December
  • Love biodiversity
  • Go and have a walk outside, go look to nature and make a picture of something that you admire.
  1. December
  • More things to watch:
  • La belle verte (1969)
  • Inconvenient truth
  • Inconvenient truth a sequel
  • How to change the world (about Greenpeace)
  • Chasing Ice
  • Demain, also known as tomorrow
  1. December
  • Come up with solutions, check out our tips and tricks.
  • Share the solutions!
  1. December
  • Start the revolution.
  1. December
  • Start the revolution.
  1. December
  • Happy new year, we are going to make a change.
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