David Attenborough: ‘Act now on climate change or it will be too late’ – BBC News

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Sir David Attenborough has urged developed nations like the UK to “take moral responsibility” for climate change and helping poorer countries as they are affected by extreme weather events.

The broadcaster said it would be ”really catastrophic” if we ignored the problems they face.

He spoke to the BBC on the set of his new documentary series, The Green Planet, which uses time-lapse to capture the world of plants up close.

The Green Planet will premiere at the COP26 climate summit in November.

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