In his surprise appearance at Pyramid Stage of Glastonbury Festival, David Attenborough appreciated the festival for going plastic free. The event also witnessed the introduction of his latest BBC documentary’s extended trailer which is named as ‘One Planet, Seven Worlds’.
While promoting the trailer, David Attenborough described it as a landmark and an ambitious series. It will help the viewers to explore the lives of animals in seven continents around the world.
The television presenter, as well as an active environmentalist, received an extremely warm welcome from the festival audience.
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The new BBC show-‘One Planet, Seven Worlds’
The BBC show will be aired for a duration of an hour. The one-hour episode’s mission will be to make the viewers virtually travel one entire continent. BBC revealed that the show will let the viewers witness remarkable landscapes and vast wildlife of one of the chosen continents via a beautiful virtual journey.
Whether its Australasia, North America or even South America, the show will let you witness them all.
Glastonbury Festival: Plastic-Free Initiative
David Attenborough in the second season of his series Blue Planet has very boldly promoted the ban of plastic and has highlighted its hazardous impacts. He repeatedly conveyed how grateful he was, for the “plastic free” initiative of the festival.
There were no plastic water bottles sold. Thereby none of the guests disposed of any. Eliminating this very common plastic usage is a huge step ahead.
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