Obama and Attenborough Talk Nature

Two icons discuss the importance and beauty of the natural world.

Barack Obama is no stranger to an interview. As president of the USA, his opinion is always in demand . Wherever he goes, cameras and microphones seem to follow him around. However, in this unusual scenario, the tables have turned, and it’s Obama asking the questions – to Sir David Attenborough no less.

David Attenborough is a British presenter and naturalist who works primarily with the BBC. His nature documentaries are famous all around the world. He is the only person to have won awards in black and white, colour, HD and 3D. His main work is his Life series, which focuses on earth, animals and plant life.

Watch the interview below.

Growing up in the state of Hawaii, Obama has a great love and respect for nature, and he says we all need to act to save our planet from climate change.

With these iconic figures recognising the dangers of man-made climate change, it’s important to remember that we all need to do our part to save the world. From walking to school to recycling, every little contribution helps!

Source(s): The White House