New Streaming Service Aims to Inspire Eco-Saving Actions
WaterBear Network is a brand new streaming service that is dedicated to telling stories about the natural world and showing it off with truly inspirational images.
The idea behind it is to give people an idea of not only what amazing things of nature we need to save but also how current planet-saving activities are already paying dividends.
The woman behind the idea is Ellen Windemuth, who produced the Netflix documentary My Octopus Teacher, which showed off how truly powerful the effect of nature is on humans.
EcoWatch has highlighted the most innovative part of this new service.
“While sneaking a peak into the world's wildest and most endangered landscapes, viewers are connected on the interactive platform to over 90 NGO partners and organizations, from smaller grassroots organizations to global mainstays like Greenpeace, Conservation International and Amazon Watch. Then, they're provided with numerous ways to get involved with these groups.”
And it seems so obvious. How many times have you watched a nature documentary and wondered what you can do to help make improvements?
By having that immediate link to take action when a movie has inspired you the most is a true game changer. Especially when you consider the service is free.
Chris is one of GreenCitizen’s writers who has been a long-time advocate of individual responsibility when it comes to the environment. He shares GreenCitizen’s passion for making the world a better place every day of the year.