A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
Prince William: A Planet for Us All focuses on how small proactive changes can have a huge positive effect on nature and the environment.
Positive Role Models
Prince William is an advocate for preserving nature and the environment, and he spends time with others working on small and large scale projects to create positive change.
Violence & Scariness
The hunting and killing of animals is described in several places, and the deteriorating quality of our environment due to climate change and other factors is explored.
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Products & Purchases
Consumerism is not overtly featured, but there is some focus on commerce and the effect it can have on nature, from the hunting and sale of scallops to the killing of rhinos and elephants for their horns and tusks.
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Prince William mentions being hungover at one point. No drugs or smoking are featured.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Prince William: A Planet for Us All is a documentary about taking steps to preserve nature and the environment. Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge, travels throughout Britain and to Africa in order to highlight some steps activists are taking to preserve wildlife, such as de-incentivizing poachers from killing rhinos and elephants for their horns and tusks. A specific focus is given to children who are proactive about protecting the environment and learning about nature. Prince William feels a responsibility to preserve the climate and the environment for future generations.
Is It Any Good?
Reminders that small changes can have a major impact are always welcome. Prince William: A Planet for Us All is a straightforward documentary about people taking ambitious but achievable steps to preserve nature in their local communities. There's a specific focus on young children educating themselves about nature and becoming local activists for positive change, like Caillin and Maia Patterson, sisters who founded the Ullapool Sea Savers to help preserve the local coastline. Prince William seems to be drawing from a breadth of knowledge, and has an easy way of putting tiny aspects of nature into larger contexts. All in all, A Planet for Us All is a gentle reminder that activism can begin in small, practical ways.
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