Our Top 10 eco-documentaries you MUST WATCH

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Here eco-nnect’s vetted list of documentaries to watch

  1. Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret

    2014 by Kip Anderson. An eye-opening documentary unveiling the truth about emissions: our meat consumption.

  2. Biggest Little Farm

    2019 by John Chester. A couple from LA move to a farm in the countryside. Adamant about traditional and permaculture ways of farming their experience is turbulent but amazing. This doc will make you want to drop everything and immerse yourself in nature.

  3. Our Planet

    2019 David Attenborough. He does it again. Showcasing the natural beauty that is disappearing right before our eyes. With tips on how to protect it.

  4. This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs the Climate

    2015 by Naomi Klein. Klein looks into whether our economic model is at war with life on Earth and how climate change is our best chance to build a better world overall.

  5. Chasing Coral

    2017 by Jeff Orlowski. Coral reefs around the world are vanishing at an unprecedented rate. Divers, photographers and scientists set out on an ocean adventure to reveal the underwater mystery to the world.

  6. River Blue

    2016 by David Mcllvride. Dirty denim and the toxic truth behind the fashion industry’s addiction to indigo.

  7. A Plastic Ocean

    2016 by Craig Leeson. A jarring depiction of the true state of our oceans.

  8. Racing Extinction

    2015 by Louis Psihoyos. A dangerous undercover doc into China’s horrific illegal wildlife trade and the mass Extinction the Anthropocene era is causing.

  9. The Age of Stupid

    2009 by Franny Armstrong. It’s the year 2055 and the world has been devastated by climate change. An archivist examines why nothing was done to prevent the destruction in time.

  10. Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness

    2020 by Eric Goode. An exploration of big cat breeding and its bizarre underworld, populated by eccentric characters.

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