"I love working with Bron, she always delivers better than my imagination! She creates clear structures and edits with an emotional nuance that make her stories ebb and flow in the most delightfully palatable form"
- Verity White FIVE FILMS / BBC Natural History
Short Form / Web content
100 Awesome Minutes to Help Fix the Planet
Watch all the Sustainability YTOs here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLjq6DwYksrzxZ1dswOpw3dEXH4NTLXwOR Dear Earth is an epic global celebration of our planet and what we need to do to reverse climate change. Sprinkled with musical performances, Dear Earth also contains well-known climate activists, creators, and celebs who will all share ways to make our lives more sustainable - including Anitta, AsapSCIENCE, BLACKPINK, Brave Wilderness, Dream, Billie Eilish, Jack Harries, Lil Dicky + GaTa, Marsai Martin, The Muppets, Odd1sOut, PhysicsGirl, Bretman Rock, Jaden Smith, SpongeBob SquarePants, Tinashe, and ZHC! To see everything that YouTube and Google are doing to create a more sustainable Earth, please visit https://sustainability.google Dear Earth Chaptering 0:00 Intro 1:50 Kermit The Frog 3:11 BLACKPINK Keynote 6:05 Lil Dicky & Gata 8:39 The Climate Games 12:47 President Barack Obama 15:56 The Muppets 19:23 COP26 20:00 COB26 Conference Of The Beasts 21:45 Anitta 25:21 Nature 27:51 ZHC Paints Mycelium 28:56 Climate Games Challenge 32:51 Sundar Pichai, Google/Alphabet CEO 37:50 Create Together 41:14 Breaking Down The Numbers 42:05 Derek Gaines 44:45 AsapSCIENCE 47:55 The Odd 1s Out 49:36 COB26 Conference Of The Beasts Pt II 51:10 Tab Time 54:11 Dream 56:11 We Love To See It With Jaden Smith 59:19 Did You Know? 1:00:07 Sami Miro & Tinashe 1:02:51 Youtopia 1:04:39 Spongebob Squarepants 1:06:46 Anders Hofman 1:09:45 Pope Francis 1:13:09 Seat At The Table 1:17:30 SOS Planet 1:20:04 Brave Wilderness 1:23:46 Marsai Martin 1:26:44 Boyan Slat 1:28:50 SiGNALS 1:31:48 COB26 Conference Of The Beasts Pt III 1:33:16 Making A Difference 1:36:14 BLACKPINK Perform Stay 1:40:06 Credits
I Will Fight - Sarah Class
Featuring specially shot footage of Sir David Attenborough, Patron to World Land Trust (WLT), the award-winning composer and singer-songwriter Sarah Class has brought together stunningly emotive images of the natural world to provide the powerful backdrop for her new single ‘I Will Fight’ to raise awareness for the charity’s work. CREDITS: Song I Will Fight written and performed by Sarah Class Mixing Engineer/Producer: Jonas Wrestling Presented by: Sir David Attenborough Creative Director: Sarah Class Film Director: Verity White, Five Films Camera Operator: Michael Hutchinson Camera Operator: Ollie Green Film Editor: Bronwyn Harvey Video FX Editor: Michael Angelo Post Production: Films@59: Post Producers: Becky Kidson and George Panaiyotou Colourist: Wes Hibberd Dubbing Mixer: Paul Donovan Online Editor: Shaun Littlewood Social Media Services: Dreamabstract With heartfelt thanks to all who donated footage, gave their time, and supported this project: World Land Trust Sir David Attenborough Patrick Rouxel for the footage from his films Green and Beruang Madu Verity White, Five Films Nick Wilcox Brown Walter Koehler, Sabine Holzer, Daniela Loidl, Christian Haider,Terra Mater Factual Studios Stephen Dunleavy and Lisa Walters, Humble Bee Films Tom Walmsley Lou Love, Scubazoo Tristan Månsson-Perrone, Nature Footage Andy Briggs, Sean Mitchell,and Matt Hurst at Mickleburgh’s Pianos Mark Cox - Ashton Court Estate Ben Rogers Kristina Turner and Nigel Ashcroft, Daniel Freeman, (Green Umbrella Productions)
Volvo CE – Building Tomorrow – Sundarbans, India
Volvo CE and National Geographic join forces to highlight an inspiring project aiming to save both lives and lands in Sundarbans, India. Home to the world’s largest mangrove forest, 4.5 million people and the endangered Bengali tiger, Sundarbans is a unique place on earth. But it is also a place at constant threat of rising sea levels and recurring cyclones. Today, a pioneer construction project aims to save this invaluable land.
Coffee Comes Back Caqueta Long form | Content Partner National Geographic | EN
Follow Rena Effendi, National Geographic photographer, through her journey in Colombia. Learn about the causes and effects of thedwindling coffee farming industry in Caquetá, told through the experiences of local farmers who are now benefiting from Nespressoinitiatives that have led to a resurgence of coffee farming in the area. Discover more on https://on.natgeo.com/2S1MwI9
Coffee Comes Back Zimbabwe Long form | Content Partner National Geographic | EN
Follow Rena Effendi, National Geographic photographer, through her journey in Honde Valley, Zimbabwe, where she meets the farmers and the agronomists working with the Nespresso AAA Sustainable Quality™ Program. Discover more on https://on.natgeo.com/2UqDW24