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Environmental documentaries WILD THINGS and EARTH EMERGENCY premiere on SBS Viceland

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SBS Viceland will tonight put the focus on the environment with two documentary specials airing back-to-back.

Wild Things

Against a backdrop of drought, fire and floods, Wild Things explores a new generation of environmental activists. Following School Strike 4 Climate, Stop Adani and Save The Tarkine campaigns – interwoven with a look at past landmark environmental campaigns – the film shows that every action counts and individuals can make a difference.

Directed and produced by Sally Ingleton, this Australian documentary was four years in the making. Enabling viewers to understand why ordinary people are taking extraordinary action to save their futures was Ingleton’s main aim.

Earth Emergency (image - SBS)
Earth Emergency (image – SBS)

Earth Emergency

Everyone has heard about global warming, but few understand how environmental feedback loops amplify the warming even further.

With captivating illustrations and interviews with leading climate scientists, this educational film explores how human activity is setting off dangerous warming loops that are pushing the climate to a point of no return – and what we need to do to stop them.

Wild Things premieres Tuesday, 20 July at 8.30pm on SBS VICELAND and On Demand

Earth Emergency premieres Tuesday, 20 July at 9.35pm on SBS VICELAND and On Demand

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