A new web-based video channel called Big Picture TV gives viewers the (wait for it) big picture on the environment offering hundreds of free, thought-provoking clips of global experts in sustainability – with startling warnings, commentary and practical ideas and solutions.
Most startling of all is an exclusive video message from a haggard-looking Annie Lennox who launched the site last week. No more I love yous indeed.
Other contributors include Nobel Laureates Nelson Mandela and Wangari Maathai, Dame Jane Goodall, HRH Prince of Wales, Michael Meacher MP, soil association director Patrick Holden and eco-activist Vandana Shiva.
Big Picture TV offers a growing archive of over 340 video clips, which give viewers instant access to leading authorities on climate change, energy security, future economic and cultural trends and a whole bunch more.
Founder Marcus Morrell told D+CFilm: “In the face of an unprecedented environmental crisis, Big Picture TV will help people see the world today in a broader and more positive context.
“Problems such as climate chaos, rising sea levels and species extinction are all too familiar but they are only half the story. The big picture is about pragmatic solutions, recognising that the crises we face bring with them opportunities to rethink, innovate and progress.”
Just be glad the site doesn’t feature a ‘big picture’ of Annie Lennox,
right viewers?! Heh heh! (in a Beano voice).
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