Wherever we are, whoever we're with, we'd much rather be at home watching Netflix.
Put your addiction to positive use, with these sustainability-focused films and shows.
This work of fiction tells the story of Mija and her genetically modified super-pig, Ojka. The film is a futuristic take on real life global problems: population growth and the impact of meat farming to keep people fed. Also check out sustainability advocate Tilda Swinton as the dystopian world conqueror.
Cowspiracy filmmaker Kip Andersen is on a mission to wake us up to the impact of our animal product-heavy diet on our wellbeing, with this ride through the American medical establishment and meat and dairy industries. One note: the film has been criticised by some for a lack of balance, pertaining to the experts used and studies quoted.
Follow the discoveries of divers, ocean experts and photographers as they record the increasingly endangered coral reefs all over the world, and why it is that they are vanishing from our oceans.
Executive produced by Leonardo DiCaprio, this documentary highlights the dangers that elephants face due to the dealing of ivory tusks, and the likelihood of their extinction if nothing changes.
An older one, but an instant classic. If you haven't already, check out this harrowing account of the link between animal agriculture and both deforestation and pollution. It has changed so many people's outlook, and you can join the fight from the comfort of your own bed.
6. Mission Blue
National Geographic explorer Sylvia Earle explores the impact of human activity on the state of the ocean over the last 60 years. Filmmaker James Cameron joins her in this experience, also attempting to break her solo diving record (as you do).