Earth day is only a few days away and takes place on the 22nd of April worldwide. This globally celebrated holiday was established as an effort to create awareness about the protection of our environment and encourage more eco-friendly practices, so future generations can enjoy a cleaner and less-polluted planet.

Netflix has come out with a new collection in honour of Earth Day called “One World Infinite Wonder,” which features over 170 stories around sustainability. But Netflix did not simply stop there. The streaming service also came out with another collection on the same day called Our Great National Parks, which is a five-part series relating to the best national parks in the world and how as a community we can preserve them by being more environmentally conscious. The best part? The film is narrated by former U.S. President Barack Obama.

In case you still want more films to binge-watch, this Earth Day collection also includes other documentaries like Our Planet, Animal, and David Attenborough: A life on Our Planet.

Not only are there documentaries within this newly launched collection, but there are also movies like the highly-awaited Don’t Look Up, which portrays an alternative side to the destruction of our planet and includes a line-up of actors like no other, including Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, Timothée Chalamet, and Ariana Grande, just to name a few.

 

If you are more interested in learning about ways to contribute to the betterment of our planet by educating yourself on the topic, Netflix also has films like Breaking Boundaries, Bill Nye The Science Guy, The Minimalists: Less is Now, Down to Earth with Zac Efron, and Best Leftovers Ever. 

For those drama film lovers, Ragnarok, Green Frontier and Okja, show how people use their talents to help save the planet. If you want to see real-life heroes in action, The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind and Youth v Gov (out April 29) are the must-watch films for you.

Netflix subscribers all over the world can find these selections of films by looking up “One World Infinite Wonder” or “Earth Stories” on the Netflix search bar, or through netflix.com/earthstories and netflix.com/earthmonth. You can also find additional collections by searching “Going Green,” “Environment” and “Nature.”

 

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