'David Attenborough: too much alarmism on environment a turn-off'

'Ahead of the launch of Dynasties, a new five-part BBC documentary series, the presenter of Blue Planet II and Planet Earth II said the impact of habitat loss, climate change and pollution were evident everywhere, but sounding the alarm

'David Attenborough: too much alarmism on environment a turn-off'

'Ahead of the launch of Dynasties, a new five-part BBC documentary series, the presenter of Blue Planet II and Planet Earth II said the impact of habitat loss, climate change and pollution were evident everywhere, but sounding the alarm too often could be counterproductive.'

Best Answer:

Jimmy C: That man does a fantastic job and deserves all the praise that he gets, for devoting his entire life to teaching the rest of us about the wonders of the planet. He is in his nineties and still going strong.

I would have to hear the rest of whatever he said to understand the context, but it is alarming to thos who care, and we all should, that species are being wiped out so rapidly. We are destroying our own planet. People need to take responsibility for their own part, because the whole ecosystem depends on all the parts. If bees disappear due to chemicals, the flowers do not get pollenated, the crops do not grow and we do not have food. Then eventually we become extinct too.

Other answer:

Jimmy C:
Support zoos.
Long Distance:
We've messed up.
Gerald:
nature is cruel its evolution as sure as we will destroy ourselves we could stretch it but there maybe trouble ahead but while there is music and wine lets dance as they say
Stylem:
Stop using natural resources – starting with your computer.

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