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Everything's Cool (2007)

 -  Documentary  -  31 May 2007 (USA)
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For the past two decades researchers, activists, scientists, and progressive politicians have struggled to rouse the public and the federal government to take action on global warming. ... See full summary »

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For the past two decades researchers, activists, scientists, and progressive politicians have struggled to rouse the public and the federal government to take action on global warming. Concurrently, naysayers, industry funded think-tanks and lobbyists have worked tirelessly to challenge, convolute and dismiss the issue as hysterical. Everything's Cool tells the harrowing story of what it takes to talk about global warming -- the art of duking it out with collective denial, the struggle to communicate the urgency of the crisis to an indifferent public and a laggard United States government. We follow a cadre of messengers who are passionate, exasperated, driven by fear, hope and a deep appreciation for the ever shrinking window of time we have to stop global warming. THE STORY AS IT IS EVOLVING We take to the road with veteran global warming messenger and author Ross Gelbspan, as he launches "Boling Point" -- his "last" and "final" book on the issue. We are behind the scenes at the ... Written by Helfand, Judith

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Global Warming - The Politics
15 December 2008 | by (i1chocolat.blogspot.com) – See all my reviews

I have always been a big fan for discussion about global warming, so liking this film just comes naturally for me. I read books, I attend gatherings, I discuss with my friends, and surf the Internet to gain for knowledge and understanding about global warming; what causes it, the damages it could bring, and ways to tackle the issue.

This film is about global warming, in the political perspective. It doesn't talk about how to tackle the issue (carpooling, change to alternative energy, for example) but rather talk about how the people who support the issue and those who brush aside the issue as nothing more than just a facade.

It shows how people with agenda (i.e energy providers) brush aside the issue and said that global warming is a non-issue. It also portrays how media protracts the issues, either incline towards supporting the issue, or against it.

It also includes interviews with media practitioners, scientists, politicians and people from all walks of life about global warming.

A good watch to gain more knowledge about global warming (minus the jargon and complicated scientific terminologies).


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