Happy Earth Day, everyone! Such a different Earth day this year; it’s hard not be able to celebrate by planting trees or protesting climate change, so we should at least be taking the time to educate ourselves for when we’re allowed back into society and can help make some change in this world.
Since we’re all watching TV anyway, why not watch a documentary? I put together a list of (mostly free) documentaries that discuss sustainability, climate change and the planet’s health. I watched An Inconvenient Sequel (2017) last night, and it was very enlightening to say the least. I plan on watching The True Cost tonight.
- The Biggest Little Farm (2018)– on hulu, with subscription
- An Inconvenient Sequel (2017)– free on Crackle
- The True Cost (2015)– free on tubi
- Chasing Coral (2017)– on Netflix, with subscription
- A Plastic Ocean (2016)– on Netflix, with subscription
- Blackfish (2013)– on hulu, with subscription
- Forks Over Knives— on Netflix, with subscription
- Cowspiracy (2014)– on Netflix, with subscription
What are your plans for Earth Day? Have you seen any of the films on my list and would recommend?