Follows the account of Lucy, who is born into a society where people are desperate for natural resources, while the global temperature and population are highly increasing.

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Jameel Ahmad ...
Himself - Professor and Head of Civil Engineering The Cooper Union
Janine Benyus ...
Herself - President Biomimicry Institute
Malcolm Bowman ...
Himself - Professor of Oceanography Stony Brook University
Reinhard Buetikofer ...
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Brahma Chellaney ...
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Eileen Claussen ...
Herself - President Pew Center on Global Climate Change
Heidi Cullen ...
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Tom Daschle ...
Himself - Former Majority Leader US Senate
Peter de Menocal ...
Himself - Professor of Environmental Sciences Columbia University
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Jared Diamond ...
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Elizabeth Economy ...
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Dan Esty ...
Himself - Professor Environmental Law and Policy Yale University
Anthony Fauci ...
Himself - Director National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases
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Follows the account of Lucy, who is born into a society where people are desperate for natural resources, while the global temperature and population are highly increasing.

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James Howard Kunstler: [Author, The Long Emergency] One of our political leaders said, not too long ago, that the American way of life is non-negotiable. And we're gonna discover the hard way that, when you don't negotiate the circumstances that are sent to you by the universe, you automatically get assigned a new negotiating partner. Named reality. And then it will negotiate for you. You don't even have to be in the room.
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Crappy propaganda
24 November 2013 | by (Prague) – See all my reviews

First and foremost: The "apocalypse" shown in the movie is crazy one. The climate change may be very bad for people, yes, but historically it was mostly beneficial for the environment. The current "cold age" is abnormally cold, historically it was way way warmer, there was basically no ice on the poles, there was actually even polar forest! What is real problem is overpopulation, globalization (the transport of food around the world is really stupid), ecosystem destruction not short of genocide, production of toxic garbage and other waste. Please stop crying about flooded cities and the end of the civilization. You know, this has happened multiple times in the past and the impact was not that bad. The ruined cities were reused, especially in the Middle East. The oldest cities there have been "recycled" for thousands of years. And they will be recycled in the future as well.

The climate change is not the end of the world nor the nature. It is very unpleasant change for most people. But have no doubts that preventing the climate change would save us from overpopulation or new illnesses. It will not. If your city is in the path of destruction it is just simple to move the city than to try to change the nature. So deal with it and focus on more important issues like stopping the globalization that is the actual devil here - it is really outsourcing of the ecosystem destruction. Riding your bike will really not prevent China from apocalyptic destruction of forests in Africa and South America.


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