Must Watch Documentaries

Must watch documentaries that help us understand the world

My collection of documentaries from that help us understand the challenges in the world. In my opinion, these are documentaries that everyone should watch even if you do not agree wit the message. 

The Secrets Behind Coca Cola’s Plastic Waste

Java Films, December 2019

Is Coca-Cola truly working towards a 'World Without Waste'? Every second, another ten tons of plastic is produced. 10% of all plastic produced ends up in the oceans, leading to predictions that, by 2050, there will be more plastic than fish in the sea. Faced with this global scourge, more and more businesses are promising to recycle, including the Coca-Cola Company, a group that sells 4000 plastic bottles around the world every second. Can we depend on the promises made by these multinationals? And is recycling the solution?

We investigated the company’s pledges and discovered that their promises are as sugar-filled as their products.

What The Health

A.U.M. Films and Media, 2019

What the Health is a 2017 documentary film which critiques the health impact of meat and dairy products consumption, and questions the practices of the leading health and pharmaceutical organizations. Its primary purpose is to advocate for a plant-based diet. Filmmaker Kip Andersen uncovers the secret to preventing and even reversing chronic diseases, and he investigates why the nation's leading health organizations doesn't want people to know about it.

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The Plastic Problem - A PBS NewsHour Documentary

PBS NewsHour Documentary November 28, 2019

By 2050 there will be more plastic than fish in the oceans. It’s an environmental crisis that’s been in the making for nearly 70 years. Plastic pollution is now considered one of the largest environmental threats facing humans and animals globally. In “The Plastic Problem: PBS NewsHour Presents”, Amna Nawaz and her PBS NewsHour colleagues look at this now ubiquitous material and how it’s impacting the world, why it’s become so prevalent, what’s being done to mitigate its use, and what potential alternatives or solutions are out there. This hour-long program travels from Boston to Seattle, Costa Rica to Easter Island to bring the global scale of the problem to light.

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