Must See documentaries about plastic, environment, animals, climate change...

Must-See Environmental documentaries

It can be difficult to comprehend all of the world's current environmental issues. Thankfully, some of the world's most accomplished documentary filmmakers have made it their duty to educate, inform, and raise awareness about these critical concerns.

We have prepared a list of our favorite documentaries for you.

This award-winning film investigates the impact humans have on the environment. Our growing numbers are having an influence on our oceans, land, rivers, and air, as well as hastening climate change. Director Victor Velle and Producer Terry Spahr employ magnificent cinematography and surprising emotion to transport the viewer into the lives of farmers, fishermen, and others as they observe a worldwide disaster unfold.

Seaspiracy is a shocking documentary on the extent to which humans have depleted marine life in the waters. Most of us are aware that commercial fishing is depleting fish stocks to the point where they can no longer recover, and the documentary emphasizes this point with dramatic scenes from disease-ridden fish farms, former slaves in the industry sharing stories of abuse and murder, and heartbreaking footage of whaling in the Faroe Islands. Seaspiracy advocates for the abolition of fish eating while promoting the development of plant-based seafood and protein substitutes.

My Octopus Teacher Follows the Story of the Year Craig Foster Spent With a Wild Octopus. You will discover an incredible friendship there.

We need a new goal, objective, a new dream right now! Tomorrow is a documentary that explores new and innovative perspectives on agriculture, economy, energy, and education. It proposes practical ways to act on a local level in order to make a difference on a global scale. So far, no other documentary has taken such a hopeful path...
TOMORROW is more than a film; it is the start of a global campaign to persuade local communities to change their lifestyles for the benefit of our planet.

Chasing Coral documented the most extreme bleaching event in recorded history between 2014 and 2017. 75% of corals suffered or perished as a result of heat stress brought on by climate change over these years.

A Plastic Ocean documents the global effects of plastic pollution and highlights workable technologies and innovative solutions that everyone - from governments to individuals - can do, to create a cleaner and greener ocean.