The issue of climate change and what we do about it is something that will come to define our generation.
While numerous politicians continue to sweep the crisis under the carpet, one man is on hand to ensure that it remains at the forefront of our thoughts.
Not only does David Attenborough educate millions about the dangers we are facing, he does so while providing some of the most captivating television ever seen on our screens. All this at the ripe old age of 93.
Following on from the release of Our Planet in April, people will be able to watch the first episode of the eight-part series right here in Dublin. Outdoor screenings will take place at Merrion Square on Friday September 13 and Blackrock Park on Saturday September 14 and, true to form, they will be solar and battery-powered as well as a 'leave no trace' events.
The screenings have been organised one week prior to the Global Strike for Climate Action where millions of young people will take to the streets around the world demanding an end to the age of fossil fuels.
Entry is absolutely free and but you do need to book your spot beforehand by following this link. Doors will be open at 7.30pm ahead of an 8.15pm screening and it's all set to wrap up by 9.30pm.