From today, audiences will have free access to a plethora of award-winning films and documentaries about the natural world and our relationship with the planet, empowering them to learn more and take action.
The WaterBear Network is a free Netflix-style streaming platform that brings together the very best in natural history storytelling, covering topics from climate action and biodiversity to community, circularity and much more.
Blue Ventures is one of more than 80 environmental organisations who have teamed up to contribute to the platform, sharing their content and projects. The platform features Blue Ventures’ award-winning short documentary film, Kokoly, about an octopus fisherwomen in southwest Madagascar living on the knife-edge of poverty and the climate emergency.
WaterBear aims to bridge the gap between watching and doing: users can support organisations and causes they care about by donating, volunteering, signing petitions, or simply by sharing the stories and issues that matter to them most. Through powerful storytelling, WaterBear allows global audiences to engage with our planet and drive action to make positive change for the future.