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CLIMATE CHANGE IS DESTROYING OR NATIONAL PARKS

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CLIMATE CHANGE IS DESTROYING OR NATIONAL PARKS is in the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival - it may not be a regular, endorsed title
Recommended age 10-18
3 minutes
VIDEO
ROBBIE BOND
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learned a lot from the short documentary Climate Change Is Destroying Our National Parks. It dramatically and effectively persuades the idea that climate change is the leading cause of the increasing destruction of our National Parks.

This film discusses how the increased climate changes, global warming and political policies have impacted our National Parks.

The 14-year-old student filmmaker, Robbie Bond, also narrates the film, which makes it very personable. His narration is clear, calm and persuasive. The documentary offers touching and emotional images of natural disasters. Most of the footage was not shot by the filmmaker, but his choices of images of our national parks are excellent and clear. I particularly enjoyed the drone footage at the end of the film. It's a lovely way to conclude the film. The background music suits the short film and is inspiring and ethereal. Robbie Bond's narration is very inspiring and we learn that he created a nonprofit organization, Kids Speak for Parks, to spread the word about the need to preserve our national parks. In spite of his young age, he drives home a compelling story. My only disappointment is that the film lacks a call to action, although I felt compelled to want to do something after watching this film.

The message Climate Change Is Destroying Our National Parks is that kids are not too young to tackle any issue or problem that inspires thump>I give Climate Change Is Destroying Our National Parks 4 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 5 to18, plus adults. Reviewed by Ashleigh C. and Julie S., KIDS FIRST!

I learned a lot from the short documentary Climate Change Is Destroying Our National Parks. It dramatically and effectively persuades the idea that climate change is the leading cause of the increasing destruction of our National Parks.

This film discusses how the increased climate changes, global warming and political policies have impacted our National Parks.

The 14-year-old student filmmaker, Robbie Bond, also narrates the film, which makes it very personable. His narration is clear, calm and persuasive. The documentary offers touching and emotional images of natural disasters. Most of the footage was not shot by the filmmaker, but his choices of images of our national parks are excellent and clear. I particularly enjoyed the drone footage at the end of the film. It's a lovely way to conclude the film. The background music suits the short film and is inspiring and ethereal. Robbie Bond's narration is very inspiring and we learn that he created a nonprofit organization, Kids Speak for Parks, to spread the word about the need to preserve our national parks. In spite of his young age, he drives home a compelling story. My only disappointment is that the film lacks a call to action, although I felt compelled to want to do something after watching this film.

The message Climate Change Is Destroying Our National Parks is that kids are not too young to tackle any issue or problem that inspires thump>I give Climate Change Is Destroying Our National Parks 4 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 5 to18, plus adults. Reviewed by Ashleigh C. and Julie S., KIDS FIRST!

A short film showing the devastating impact of Climate Change on our National Parks.
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