Don’t Look Down

Date: January 6, 2022

Source: Medium

Author: Louisa Casson

Greenpeace Campaigner Louisa Casson explores the parallels between the latest blockbuster from Netflix, Don’t Look Up, an American climate satire, and the emerging, risky deep-sea mining industry.

The film takes aim at climate denial and so-called ‘solutions’, which would only serve to make things worse.

The climate satire has been viewed by millions and has already become the streaming platform’s third most-viewed film ever.

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