The destruction of rainforest is undeniably one of the most pressing challenges facing our world today. Zoonotic diseases like Covid-19 continue to emerge from illegal wildlife trade and rainforest degradation, and rising emissions from deforestation are already affecting those most vulnerable to the effects of extreme weather.
If we are to successfully tackle climate breakdown and protect Earth’s environment, we must promote and protect the rights of the world’s indigenous populations, and support them to keep their carbon-rich forest standing strong.
We’re proud to partner with Dogwoof for the cinematic release of I Am Greta. Documenting a year in the life of Greta Thunberg, this film is a call to arms. We can make a difference together.
The story of teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg is told through compelling, never-before-seen footage in this documentary from Swedish director Nathan Grossman.
From her lone strike outside the Swedish Parliament just over two years ago to global school strikes and speeches at key summits, the film explores not only Greta’s galvanising influence on but highlights the power of commitment and collective voices for the planet’s future.