This film, distributed by DCD Rights, offers a fascinating insight into the human impact on the environment and how the world’s population can make a positive difference towards the future of our planet. Compelling interviews explore the long term effects of failing to protect the environment, and reveal how some remarkable people are educating others about the limited resources the planet has.
This is about the quantity of resources those 9 billion people need to live their lives: how much food, land, water; how much fuel. This film charts our history; not just to tell a story of how this unchecked growth happened, but also to allow us to throw forward to a more hopeful future, to work out how there’s still time for us all to make a difference. The key to this hopeful future? Individuals intent on environmental progress and social equality. As around the world the gender divide becomes increasingly irrelevant, female education and empowerment in all societies are vital in creating a generation with aspirations for environmental change. This film will ask key questions about the world we live in today: a world that so many of us take for granted, assuming we will always be safe, warm and well fed.