David Attenborough has recalled working with Björk in 2013, calling her “a really authentic particular person” with “unusual music”.
“I’ve to be fairly simple and say I’m not into the music scene actually,” Attenborough started. “However after I labored with Björk [for a 2013 Channel 4 documentary] I took her curiosity in me as a substantial mental praise.
“She’s a really authentic particular person and mentioned some very good issues. I imply it’s unusual music nevertheless it’s very authentic music!”
He continued: “She’s very up to speed and really involved with the connection between human beings and the pure world.
“I don’t know whether or not that’s a outstanding attribute of the Icelandic character, however I think, having been in Iceland, she has a relationship with the pure world which a few of us city dwellers of the South don’t have.”
Explaining how the continuing coronavirus pandemic has impacted the struggle towards local weather change, Attenborough mentioned: “The COVID-19 pandemic has brought about, and can proceed to trigger, immense struggling.
“If there’s hope that may come out of it then which will come up from the entire world having skilled a shared menace and located a way that we’re all in it collectively.”
Summarising how the instruments and other people in positions of energy may assist flip the tide, the naturalist concluded: “The identical distinctive brains and communication abilities that fuelled the event of our civilisations now have entry to applied sciences and establishments that permit all nations of the world to collaborate and cooperate ought to we select to take action.”