David Attenborough: A life on our Planet
Updated: Dec 6, 2020
Sometimes, I just need a little motivation from someone like David Attenborough. After working so diligently on the Seneca Treehouse Project, and the completion of 71 Solutions, I was feeling ready for some recharge.
Chelsea and I took a little birthday getaway camping on Edisto Beach and then to an airbnb near my old stomping grounds in Ravenel, SC. We watched "David Attenborough: A Life On our Planet" with our two boys, Miles and Abel.
David is 93 years old and tells the story about his life's journey flying over the natural world which was highly undeveloped early in his career with endless sights of forest and grassland. He shares how it has changed over the years, at an alarming rate in a manner that is uncertain for our future generations.
It's so easy to check out and feel that everything is out of your control, but that is simply not true. You are in control, and you can make a massive impact. I know how hard it can be, especially if you don't have the tools in your tool box. Just take it one step at a time.
I found the documentary on Netfilx, but if you want to watch a trailer, you can do so here
As for the tools, read the book! And we are here to help you. If you can't afford the book, follow us on Youtube @ SenecaTreehouse
I hope to see you!