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'Years of Living Dangerously'

The new series of National Geographic analyzes the causes, consequences and solutions of climate change and its negative effects

Along with media personalities like Arnold Schwarzenegger, Gisele Bündchen, Jack Black, Ty Burrell, Don Cheadle, America Ferrera, David Letterman or Sigourney Weaver, among others, ACCIONA and National Geographic present the second season of the documentary series Years of Living Dangerously, which continues to show the problems caused by global warming and explores alternatives to curb it. The series is produced by James Cameron, Jerry Weintraub and Arnold Schwarzenegger.

'Years of living dangerously'

The series focuses on providing a scientific and rigorous view on topics such as sea level rise, overpopulation, the collapse of the oceans, the implementation of renewable energy, deforestation, extinction of species and the future of sustainable mobility and on delivering options to reverse the current situation.

Firsthand stories

During each episode two celebrities will travel to key locations and learn firsthand the negative effects global warming has on humans, on the biodiversity and on the environment.

The result is an objective and honest view of the impact our species has on the planet. It also aims to prove that we have the ability of guaranteeing a future of the world that is both liveable and sustainable for future generations.

ACCIONA and National Geographic against global warming

ACCIONA supports the series in Spain, Mexico, Chile, Canada and Australia, countries where the Company has launched multiple sustainable infrastructure and renewable energy projects. The production will consist of eight chapters related to environmental, social and economic problems caused by climate change.

Check here all the information about Years of Living Dangerously.

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