The well respected and renowned Sir David Attenborough will, as a matter of urgency present a new documentary about #climatechange for BBC One this spring.
Speaking to other natural science professors and media the broadcaster said "conditions have changed far faster" than he had expected when he first started talking about the environment 20 years ago.
The new epic documentary will focus on the damaged mother earth had suffered already, due to #globalwarming.
Sir David speaking at the opening ceremony of the United Nations climate change conference, referred to climate change, as "humanity's greatest threat in thousands of years." Furthermore, he also intimated that it could lead to the collapse of civilisations and the extinction of "much of the natural world".
Featuring other climatologists and meteorologists the new documentary will also attempt to explain the science behind the rash of recent extreme weather conditions, especially the California wildfires in November 2018.
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