7 must-see films at the 2015 Environmental Film Fest

Mother Nature Network, March 16, 2015, By Michael d'Estries

"This week marks the return of the Environmental Film Festival, the country's largest and longest-running festival dedicated to the genre. Over 60 filmmakers will gather in Washington, D.C., to screen, discuss and celebrate more than 160 films covering everything from species extinction to factory farming to the wonders of nature. This year's theme, Climate Connections, will also explore "the pervasive impact of climate change on our planet" through 40 films and events. ...

The Wisdom to Survive: Climate Change, Capitalism & Community

Featuring commentary by activists, scientists and many other notables, The Wisdom to Survive focuses on economic growth, consumerism, and greed as the biggest obstacles to mankind's ability to tackle climate change. A review last fall by Spirituality and Practice called it 'by far, the best and most inspiring, enlightening, and creative social-issue documentary on climate change.' ..."


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