Climate Change Film Tour: Watch on-demand April 22 – April 29, 2021
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Utah Clean Energy and the Utah Chapter of the Nature Conservancy have teamed up with Salt Lake City Film Society to launch a climate change film tour in celebration of Earth Day, “Inspire. Empower. Action!”
Globe artwork by Josh Scheuerman
The Great Green Wall: Executive Producer Fernando Meirelles (Academy Award-Nominated Director ) and Malian musician/activist Inna Modja take us on an epic journey along Africa’s Great Green Wall — an ambitious vision to grow an 8,000km ‘wall’ of trees stretching across the entire width of the continent to restore land and provide a future for millions of people.
2040: Concerned about his young daughter’s future, filmmaker Damon Gameau travels the world in search of new approaches and solutions to climate change. He meets with innovators and changemakers in many fields to draw on their expertise.
The Hidden Life of Trees: The whole world is talking about the environment, but frequently fails to listen to nature itself. Peter Wohlleben has changed all that: in THE HIDDEN LIFE OF TREES he opens our eyes to the hidden world of the woods.
What Happened to the Bees? The film explores how the planting of monocultures threatens the health and environment of Mayan beekeeping communities in southeastern Mexico and portrays their fight to protect their land from massive deforestation, groundwater table pollution and climate change.
No Impact Man: This documentary tells the story of author Colin Beavan, who went completely “green,” giving up virtually all of the comforts of modern living — electricity, gas-powered transportation, shipped food and public waste disposal — in a drastic effort to curb his environmental impact. The cameras capture the toll this well-intentioned, year-long project takes on Beavan’s wife and baby daughter, as well as the ways it brings this family closer together.