Sir David Attenborough in the Sonoran Desert in the US state of Arizona in an episode of the BBC’s The Green Planet, which tackles climate change from the perspective of plants. Photo: BBC Studios/Paul Williams
Sir David Attenborough in the Sonoran Desert in the US state of Arizona in an episode of the BBC’s The Green Planet, which tackles climate change from the perspective of plants. Photo: BBC Studios/Paul Williams

BBC’s The Green Planet with Sir David Attenborough tackles climate change from the perspective of plants

  • A follow-up to The Blue Planet, five-part series fronted by Sir David Attenborough tells the climate change story by focusing on the lives of plants and trees
  • From deserts to rainforests it documents them using robotic cameras and time-lapse imagery to provide ‘a whole new understanding of the natural world’

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Sir David Attenborough in the Sonoran Desert in the US state of Arizona in an episode of the BBC’s The Green Planet, which tackles climate change from the perspective of plants. Photo: BBC Studios/Paul Williams
Sir David Attenborough in the Sonoran Desert in the US state of Arizona in an episode of the BBC’s The Green Planet, which tackles climate change from the perspective of plants. Photo: BBC Studios/Paul Williams
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