A Handful of Excellent Environmental Films but None with the Full Urgency of Now

A Handful of Excellent Environmental Films but None with the Full Urgency of Now

On Medium.com  February 15, 2019 This was my third time attending the Sundance Film Festival and the second year there were no marquee level movies about our embattled environment, but there were some good ones. My first “dance” was in the wake of Donald Trump’s inauguration and included the Women’s March in a blizzard as frosty as the pall cast over a nation that was never expecting a climate doubter to win the White House. Marching with hundreds of ...
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After all the Accolades Some Inconvenient, Inexplicable and Inexcusable Truths Still Remain

After all the Accolades Some Inconvenient, Inexplicable and Inexcusable Truths Still Remain

Al Gore’s pivotal film, An Inconvenient Truth (AIT), put climate change on the world map, and got many Americans thinking, and talking, about this worsening existential threat. There has been real progress with much of it coming in late 2015, including President Obama’s executive actions, Pope Francis’ encyclical Laudato Si and the pivotal Paris Agreement. Last week’s tributes to Gore and the film’s producers were welcome and deserved. Some of us who had been concerned, and communicating about global ...
/ Betsy Rosenberg, Blog
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