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Human Footprint
National Geographic: Preserve Our Planet

Human Footprint (2016) - 90 minutes
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Have you ever thought about how much food, everyday products, and fuel you've consumed during the course of your life? In National Geographic's new program, HUMAN FOOTPRINT, you'll find out that it's a lot. From our cars to our clothes dryers to our disposable toothbrushes, our impact on planet Earth is astonishing.

Whether you're a child who drinks milk or an adult who enjoys a bottle of wine, HUMAN FOOTPRINT takes a phase-by-phase journey through life to illustrate the enormous imprint every American makes during his or her time on Earth. Incorporating surprising facts with playful visuals, this enlightening portrait reveals our level of consumption - and the simple changes we can all make to reduce our negative impact on the world.

Scene Selections

  1. Introduction
  2. Human Presence
  3. Diapers and Milk
  4. Meat, Eggs, and Carbs
  5. Sweets, Fruits, and Vegetables
  6. Plastics and Metals
  7. Cleansing and Beauty Products
  8. Water and Solid Waste
  9. Clothing and Textiles
  10. Alcohol
  11. Housing, Furnishing, and Appliances
  12. Entertainment Consumption
  13. Transportation
  14. Consumption of Natural Resources
  15. Cell Phones
  16. Shrinking Wildlife
  17. Conclusion
  18. End Credits

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Human Footprint
National Geographic: Preserve Our Planet

Sioux Falls Scientists endorse Human Footprint for showing the enormous
impact humans, and especially Americans, have on the planet.