Crowded Ipanema Beach in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil).

Undated image appearing in the Legacy documentary.



Going green.

This Sunday and until January 31, the M6 ​​group is launching its second “green week”.

Over the next few days, it promises to devote some sixty hours on its TV (M6, W9, 6ter, Téva, Gulli) and radio (RTL) antennas to ecology and the environment.

Concretely, on M6, this Sunday,


will talk about electric cars,

66 Minutes will

plant its cameras in Longyeaerbyen, a Norwegian city "where global warming is most visible" and

Forbidden Zone

will talk about "Green and modern house".

But the big piece, for the chain, will be the broadcast on Tuesday, at 9:05 p.m., of Legacy, our heritage by Yann Arthus-Bertrand.

Ten years after


, the photographer and activist calls for "fighting" against the destruction of the planet.

To do this, he relies on the “emotion” of images: rows of greenhouses as far as the eye can see, oil platforms or containers stacked in gigantic port areas… “The film is really made for people who are not too interested. to ecology, ”he explained at a press conference.

"Decarbonize our lives"

And to add: “It's a bit of a balance sheet (…) We are addicted to growth which is killing us but the solution is there: if we really decide to decarbonize our lives, we can get there”.

Yann Arthus-Bertrand claims to have himself "carbon-free".

Two years ago, he announced that he was giving up the plane and if


saw the light of day, it was mainly thanks to the archival images, not broadcast, from the shootings of his previous documentaries and sequences filmed in drones and ordered abroad.

Just after the broadcast of his documentary on M6, the 74-year-old director will participate in a debate presented by Ophélie Meunier.

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