It鈥檚 Earth Day, and we鈥檝e been plenty busy prepping, practicing the eco-friendly tips Shailene Woodley dished to Nylon, marveling at Emma Roberts鈥 sustainable red carpet fashion, and nixing these not-so-environmentally friendly foods from our diets. There鈥檚 no greater motivator than knowledge, however, so for those who need a refresher about why all this mumbo jumbo is so important or simply want to delve deeper into some fascinating 鈥 if troubling 鈥 topics, boy, do we have a list of binge-watches for you. Check out nine docs that were practically made for Earth Day below.

1. More Than Honey: With major companies like Burt鈥檚 Bees in partnership with Pretty Little Liar鈥檚 actress Troian Bellisario and Cheerios, you鈥檙e likely already aware that bees are disappearing at an alarming rate. Those seeking to understand the ins and outs of how and why would do well to watch More Than Honey, which sees the filmmakers traveling the world to investigate and is being hailed as a 鈥渄efinitive work on the subject.鈥 Given Einstein鈥檚 calculations that 鈥淚f bees were to disappear from the globe, mankind would only have four years left to live,鈥 we鈥檇 do well to learn all we can from it. (Photo via Netflix)

2. Terra: In our technological era, this essay in documentary form addresses our ever-evolving relationship to the planet and our co-inhabitants on its surface as we become more alienated from nature. Starring Vanessa Paradis (and some absolutely mind-blowing shots of the world around us), it also offers up thoughts on how we might still change our standing with them both. (Photo via Netflix)

3. Chasing Ice: Still have doubts about climate change? Watch Chasing Ice. Originally assigned as a photography assignment for a National Geographic study (ironically to a photog that didn鈥檛 believe in climate change), the proof was in the pictures, and the film that evolved from it. (Photo via Chasing Ice)

4. Mission Blue: The Emmy Award-winning Mission Blue gives a face to activism, as it follows the life of Dr. Sylvia Earle, a woman (and oceanographer) with a single, laser-beam focus: saving the ocean. To do so, she鈥檚 working all the time to create 鈥Hope Spots,鈥 or a national park for our water, if you will. She believes they are the best way to save our planet鈥檚 water crisis, with less than four percent of the ocean currently protected. Oh. And did we mention there鈥檚 some pretty badass cinematography, as well? (Photo via Netflix)

5. A Plastic Ocean: With an estimated 300 billion bits of plastic currently floating around in the Arctic ocean alone, the stats are staggering, but for those that need a visual to feel invested, there鈥檚 A Plastic Ocean. Filmed in 20 global locations over a period of four years, the documentary showcases the upsetting aftermath of our increasing plastic usage front and center 鈥 and tells us what we can do to stop it. (Photo via Netflix)

6. How to Change the World: With a fitting title on a day like today, this flick documents the origins of Greenpeace and offers up some of the principles of its co-founder and original President, Robert Hunter. With steps like 鈥淕et Involved: Become a Volunteer,鈥 you know you鈥檙e on the right track to activism at its finest. (Photo via Netflix)

7. GasLand: Like More Than Honey, GasLand, which was nominated for a Best Documentary Feature Oscar back in 2011, seems more relevant than ever in the wake of mounting concerns over the Dakota Access and Keystone XL Pipelines. GasLand explores the hazards of pipeline drilling when the filmmaker, Josh Fox, is asked to lease his land for drilling. The quest he goes on after reveals some pretty shocking finds 鈥 like flammable drinking water 鈥 about the effects the practice can cause. (Photo via Netflix)

8. Give Me Shelter: Animal lovers will be left moved (read: brokenhearted) by this film documenting such topics as black market trade of exotic animals, poaching, puppy mills, and more. But for every cloud, there鈥檚 a silver lining, and the documentary finds it in the form of its subjects, who not only fight for animal rights and aim to raise awareness, but also rehab and care for animals in need. (Photo via Netflix)

9. Sustainable: Like to eat? This one鈥檚 for you. Foodies will likely recognize the stars of this film, which include such renowned chefs as Rick Bayless, as it explores America鈥檚 ethical struggles with regard to industrial farming. It also delves into the growing sustainable food movement working to correct them in order to provide us with continued sources of delicious and nutritious foods. (Photo via Netflix)

Which movie will you be screening today? Let us know over @BritandCo.

(Photos via Netflix)