Sir David Attenborough warns that humans `have overrun the world'

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It said the programmes will explore all aspects of the environment "at a local and global level" with Sir David Attenborough among those getting involved.

The moment of crisis has come in the efforts to tackle climate change, warned ren-owned climate campaigner David Attenborough, who described worldwide negotiations as "grindingly slow".

Renowned British broadcaster and naturalist David Attenborough has warned that the "planet is headed for disaster" and that "humans have overrun the world" a new trailer for his upcoming film.

As shots of a young (and may we say DAPPER) David pan the screen - playing with Gorillas in the wild and climbing a bridge in a rainforest - he says: "I've had the most extraordinary life". "Our planet is heading for disaster".

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"The living world is a unique and spectacular marvel, yet the way we humans live on earth is sending it into a decline".

'Human beings have overrun the world. Now, at the age of 93 and in one of his most personal projects to date, he reveals his own witness statement and vision for the future.

The feature-length documentary, produced by Silverback Films and environmental organization WWF, will be released globally on Netflix in Spring this year.

"And besides, we know how to do it - the paradox is that we refuse to take steps that we know need to be taken, and each year that goes by makes it increasingly hard to take those steps to reach".

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"We need to learn how to work with nature rather than against it, and I'm going to tell you how", he added.

David Attenborough's latest film David Attenborough: A Life On Our Planet hits cinemas around the world on April 16 2020 before making a Netflix debut for your streaming pleasure.

The 93-year-old filmmaker has teamed with the World Wildlife Fund to make the film, which finds him reflecting on his own life, but also the devastating changes he's seen in decades of studying the natural world.

The film will first get released in a bunch of countries, including the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Denmark, Finland, Australia and New Zealand, before being chucked onto Netflix for everyone to see.

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'This film coincides with a monumental year for environmental action as world leaders make critical decisions on nature and climate.

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