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Source:  Forbes

Environmental documentaries are on the rise.

From David Attenborough’s “Our Planet” to Leonardo di Caprio’s “Ice on Fire,” our screens are brimming with new films and series that urge humanity to take care of the Earth and slow down climate change, in the hope we’re still on time to avoid some of the most nefarious effects of the climate crisis.

Many of these documentaries make their case compellingly and are must-sees for anyone who wants to understand what’s going on with our planet at the moment.

Nevertheless, despite plenty of newer and more updated films and TV series, one of the most visually powerful documentaries on climate change is still “Koyaanisqatsi,” a 1982 experimental film directed by Godfrey Reggio.

“Koyaanisqatsi” is available on Amazon Prime Video and iTunes.

Read the story at Forbes.

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