Sir David Attenborough opens Woodberry Wetlands on April 30, 2016 in London, United Kingdom. Danny Martindale / WireImage Beloved nature broadcaster Sir David Attenborough will produce a new documentary for BBC One focused entirely on climate change , the network announced Friday. The show, to be titled Climate Change—The Facts , will be a 60 minute documentary that will air in the spring, The Guardian reported . The news comes little more than a year after Attenborough helped raise the alarm about plastic pollution as part of his Blue Planet II BBC series . "We’re running out of time but there’s still hope." Sir David Attenborough will present a landmark climate change… — BBC One (@BBCOne) 1553292000.0 "There is a real hunger from audiences to find out more about climate change and understand the facts," BBC’s Director of Content Charlotte Moore told BBC News . "We have a trusted guide in Sir David Attenborough, who will be speaking to the challenging issues that it raises, and present an engaging and informative look at one of the biggest issues of our time." The documentary will show footage of the impacts of climate change and include interviews with climate scientists […]


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