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Is one of the most relevant Film of the year!!

At long last, through the unified efforts of Heaven and Earth, a very positive tool has been created that is revealing the hidden things that must be exposed in the most positive way and at the same time it gives viable solutions that you and I can participate in that will change the course of history. Timing is everything. It is not by chance that during the monumental year of 2012 this powerful and informative tool is sweeping the Internet revealing shocking things that have been hidden for centuries, and viable solutions that will transform our lives and the lives of every facet of Life on Earth. I am referring to the movie Thrive.

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HOW TO SAVE THE WORLD - One Man, One Cow, One Planet
Peter Proctor, Tom Burstyn, Barbara Burstyn

Making How to Save the World was an eye opener. Not just the reality of India but the dawning awareness of just how precarious our existence on this planet is. Living in the comfort zone we are totally insulated from that reality.


Running the Sahara
Ray Zahab

Running The Sahara is a film about three ultra marathon runners who set out to run across the Sahara Desert for the challenge and discover the cause: the Water crisis in Africa. H2O Africa is the non-profit begun by the runners, the filmmakers and Matt Damon to fund and create water wells throughout Africa to combat the water crisis on the continent.


An Inconvenient Truth (2006)
Starring: Al Gore, Billy West (II)
Director: Davis Guggenheim

An Inconvenient Truth is very factual and strikes the chord that the general public is oblivious or in denial of global warming facts layed out by scientists around the world. Al Gore sticks to the facts and explains them in terms that the general public can understand.


Too Hot Not to Handle (2006)
Director: Ellen Goosenberg Kent, Maryann DeLeo

The documentary is very clear and easy to understand. Scientific facts are presented in a clear and simple so everyone can comprehend the importance of this issue. It is a great documentary that may be discussed by teachers and educators in general, on science and social courses.


The 11th Hour (2007)
Starring: Leonardo DiCaprio, Thom Hartmann Director: Nadia Conners, Leila Conners Petersen

Anyone who follows the current trends in weather patterns,global warming,greenhouse gases and has seen 2006's Oscar winning AN INCONVENIENT TRUTH will not be a stranger to a lot of the material presented in this expertly crafted semi-doc narrated by Leonardo DiCaprio.What sets this film apart from it's predecessor is that real concrete solutions are brought to us and a great deal of the film concerns itself with renewable energy possibilities.


Global Warming: The Signs and the Science (2005)

Complete overview of the challenges facing our planet! Wonderful complement to our ecology class.


Who Killed the Electric Car? (2006)
Starring: Martin Sheen

This documentary provides a fascinating look at how big corporations can get away with murder. The electric cars were quite popular a decade ago but are now non-existent, this explains why.


Planet Earth - The Complete BBC Series (2007)
by Alan Bennett

Planet Earth is such an epic, that it earns comparisons to some of the biggest Hollywood blockbusters. highly reccomended presentation that is extremely addictive and immeasureably sensational from the first scene to the last. Its simply amazes me the beauty of God's creations.

National Geographic: Six Degrees Could Change the World
Starring: Alec Baldwin Director: Ron Bowman

A highlight of the film was its focus on the one man that has figured out the total carbon footprint of the cheeseburger, to include the methane farts of the cows.


Planet in Peril (2 DVD set) (2007)

Planet In Peril is a very informational and fascinating piece to watch. You're educated about the issues facing the planet and how it all relates to you. So you might say how losing species thousands of miles away doesn't affect you or how pollution and drought in another country doesn't affect you either, this will make you look at things a little bit different.


A Global Warning? (History Channel) (2007)

The documentary "A Global Warning? (History Channel)" provides a very thorough look at the issues of climate change in every sense. Shown on the History Channel in November of 2007, it spoke on all the issues of climate change in scientific and practical terms from ice caps stretching across the northern hemisphere to frozen fields of methane underwater.


Arctic Tale (2007)
Starring: Queen Latifah, Michael Huang
Director: Adam Ravetch, Sarah Robertson

This National Geographic Film covers an eight year period in which Nanu and Seela grow up, play, love and struggle against the elements of changing nature. At times the film seems like a documentary, and at other times like a wild life adventure.


The Age of Stupid

A future archivist looks at old footage from the year 2008 to understand why humankind failed to address climate change.

The Age of Stupid stars Oscar-nominated Pete Postlethwaite (In The Name of the Father, The Usual Suspects, Brassed Off) as a man living in the devastated future world of 2055, looking back at old footage from our time and asking: why didn't we stop climate change when we had the chance?


Water, the Great Mystery

We can see that science has made a quantum leap into understanding how mind can be recorded by the simplest element in nature (water) and on the periodic table: H20. If water has memory, and its main component being hydrogen, then the whole universe would have memory. Hydrogen was born between 100 and 1,000 seconds after the big bang.


Meat the Truth

The documentary is the first major project undertaken by the Nicolas G. Pierson Foundation. Meat the Truth is a high-profile documentary, presented by Marianne Thieme (leader of the Party for the Animals), which forms an addendum to earlier films that have been made about climate change. They have repeatedly ignored one of the most important causes namely: intensive livestock production. Meat the Truth has drawn attention to this by demonstrating that livestock farming generates more greenhouse gas emissions worldwide than all cars, lorries, trains, boats and planes added together




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