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Global Warning (Manufactured Landscapes/A Crude Awakening/The Refugees of the Blue Planet) (3-DVD Box Set)


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This astounding box-set features three hard-hitting, award-winning documentaries about today's most pressing environmental issues.

The packaging is made from 100% post-consumer recycled material, and is printed using vegetable based inks. The film used to wrap the package is manufactured from 100% biodegradable natural resource ingredients.

All films are available with either French dub or subtitles, including A Crude Awakening, not previously available in French.

Manufactured Landscapes is a stunning documentary which follows photographer Edward Burtynsky to China, as he captures the effects of the country's massive industrial revolution.

A Crude Awakening focuses on the world's peaking oil supplies as the crisis of global shortage looms. We are running out of oil, the film stresses, and we don't have a plan.

The Refugees of the Blue Planet unveils the way widespread destruction from more frequently-occurring natural disasters has caused the number of environmental refugees (25 million) to outnumber - for the first time in history - those fleeing from war or political persecution (23 million).


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