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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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Rudy Bednar

Writer:

Josh Neufeld (graphic novel)
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Jameel Ahmad Jameel Ahmad ... Himself - Professor and Head of Civil Engineering The Cooper Union
Janine Benyus Janine Benyus ... Herself - President Biomimicry Institute
Malcolm Bowman Malcolm Bowman ... Himself - Professor of Oceanography Stony Brook University
Reinhard Bütikofer Reinhard Bütikofer ... Himself (as Reinhard Buetikofer)
Brahma Chellaney Brahma Chellaney ... Himself
Eileen Claussen Eileen Claussen ... Herself - President Pew Center on Global Climate Change
Heidi Cullen Heidi Cullen ... Herself (as Dr. Heidi Cullen)
Tom Daschle ... Himself - Former Majority Leader US Senate
Peter de Menocal Peter de Menocal ... Himself - Professor of Environmental Sciences Columbia University
Reid Detchon Reid Detchon ... Himself
Jared Diamond Jared Diamond ... Himself
Elizabeth Economy Elizabeth Economy ... Herself - Director for Asia Studies Council on Foreign Relations T
David Erickson David Erickson ... Himself
Dan Esty 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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To change the future, first you must imagine it.


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USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

2 June 2009 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Senario 2100 See more »

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Jared Diamond: A hundred years from now, if New York is abandoned, I can imagine some advanced creatures, maybe humans, maybe extraterrestrials, looking at New York and saying, "Those ignorant people. How on Earth could they have ever expected to survive?"
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Poignant Prescience
23 May 2010 | by bjshopSee all my reviews

When viewing this film, I was not aware of the impressive group of scientists behind the theories proscribed, or the fact that it was based on a computerized worst case scenario. The animation at first did not appeal to me, but after awhile the heart warming story did grab my attention. I have been living in the same geographic area my entire life, so that has helped me to see many of these changes already occurring. This movie should appeal to your heart with the family story. The science behind it should appeal to those with an open and scientific mind. If you're close-minded and just want to rant and rate negatively, people will see through your motivations.


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