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Something in the Air

You are what you breathe.

“Last year the average air quality in Delhi has been equal to about 20 - 25 cigarettes a day.” - Dr. Kumar

Something in the Air is a one hour film to broadcast on CBC’s documentary series The Nature of Things with David Suzuki.  The documentary speaks to the continued deterioration and new risks in the most essential element for survival -air. The invisible ultra-fine particles that we breath in every three seconds affect our brains, our DNA and overall health and well-being. ,The documentary also presents new developments in technology that is changing the equation for the better.

Zoot Pictures Inc

Award-winning Zoot Pictures Inc. is based in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The company has been producing award winning documentaries and lifestyle programming for Canadian and international audiences for over two decades. Its two principals, Leif Kaldor and Leslea Mair, work as a team, writing, producing and directing their projects.

Project Details

Release Date February 17, 2019
Content Component(s) TV One-Off, Website
Episode(s) 1 x 44 mins
Genre(s) Documentary
Language(s) English
Target Audience(s) Adults
Health & Wellness Subject Area(s) Environment
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