How a Kenyan climate change documentary inspired the world

A documentary, which follows a struggling family fighting the impacts of climate change, has become a case study for how a film's impact can bring about a global movement and a real change within communities.

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Toxic Town: The Corby Poisonings, review: Shocking story of how a small town fought back against council negligence

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