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Peace Out seeks to engage those of us who do not connect our daily decisions with global land use issues. It focuses on the North Western Canadian wilderness, however the issues are ... See full summary »

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Peace Out seeks to engage those of us who do not connect our daily decisions with global land use issues. It focuses on the North Western Canadian wilderness, however the issues are universal. The film engages hydro and natural gas energy executives, oil company reps, nuclear spokesmen, scientists, academics and activists in an intelligent debate that leaves the viewer to decide. The film presents a beautiful, thought provoking look at a rapidly transforming landscape. Written by Anonymous

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Gymnopédie No.1
Written by Erik Satie
Performed by Georges Couling
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Fantastic a must see for all who use energy
15 November 2011 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

We need to get everyone to see this film as it opens our eyes to what our energy use behaviours are doing to the north and our children's future.

This film is one of many out there that try to help us newbies understand how our seemingly insignificant activities can have a effect on our lives and those around us. We need to work on the demand side of the energy equation, rather than take the easy way out and keep increasing the supply.

I don't have anything else to say but that you see the film its important to everyone.


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