Climate of Change -- A Tribeca Film, by acclaimed filmmaker Brian Hill

Academy Award® winner Tilda Swinton narrates this documentary from acclaimed filmmaker Brian Hill (Songbirds) focusing on the efforts of everyday people all over the world who are making a difference in the fight against global warming. From Indian middle school students organizing demonstrations and major recycling efforts to a London PR executive helping companies to become more environmentally responsible to citizen lobbyists in Appalachia protesting the strip-mining that is destroying their communities and livelihood to Papua New Guineans who refuse to allow commercial logging on their rainforest land to one man in Togo intent on teaching his nation’s young people to respect and replenish the gifts of the Earth, these are stories of ordinary humans doing extraordinary things by finding solutions to help save the planet. Running time: 1 hour, 26 minutes   There is no charge for viewing the film

(This screening is hosted by UU Asheville as part of their recurring Social Justice Film Nite; AVA is promoting it to our group for a particular correlating concern with the vegan movement, i.e. the environment.)

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  • Dianne

    Great movie. It showed how coal mining is affecting areas close to us and the need to become involved.

    March 16, 2013

  • Lafayette P.

    Great film

    March 15, 2013

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