2 documentaries to watch on rainforest conservation

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The voices of the forest are often brutally silenced.

It’s time we learnt how our consumption habits are driving deforestation abroad. Our system is killing millenium-old ecosystems, and are driving indigenous practices to extinction—practices we should be learning from.


documentaries to watch on rainforest conservation

1. Virunga

Virunga National Park—a wonderful basin of wildlife and majestic rainforest— where gorillas, elephants, and buffalos coexist. Enter the threat of a UK petrol company, ready to destroy it all.


documentaries to watch on rainforest conservation

2. I am Chut Wutty

This documentary was banned by the Cambodian government. Chut Wutty is the story of a martyr fighting to protect the last remaining pristine forests in Cambodia: Prey Lang. With the goverrnment, the army, and corporations against him, Wutty doesn’t back down—a heart wrenching real account of the people risking everything to protect our natural world.

During lockdown deforestation in the Amazon rose by 0

 

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