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Seaspiracy, Cowspiracy: Are These Documentaries the Answer to Changing Human Behaviour?

The pros and cons of viral environmental documentaries

Last week, Seaspiracy hit the Netflix shelves and it’s caused a fair amount of outrage and rash changes in eating habits ever since. One thing that emotionally charged documentaries like Cowspiracy and Seaspiracy do well is they have impact. However, is that short-term impact? Only for people to snap back to old habits as soon as their guilt has faded; or are these eye-opening films creating…

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Jamie McIlhatton

Jamie McIlhatton

Sustainability Consultant and Owner of @sundastudio // Specialty Coffee Shop owner @wyldecafe // Just trying to take my own advice...

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