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Please be patient, when downloading. Our films are large files…. FULL POST »
US Social Forum – 2nd Edition of Hoodwinked in the Hothouse available in Detroit!
Rising Tide North America and Carbon Trade Watch are pleased to announce the release of the 2nd edition of Hoodwinked in the Hothouse: False Solutions to Climate Change.
The publication is a close-to-comprehensive guidebook to bogus climate change solutions, covering more than 20 technologies and policy approaches pushed by corporations and industry. It includes contributions from the Energy Justice Network, The Global Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives, ETC Group, the Indigenous Environmental Network, Movement Generation, and International Rivers…. FULL POST »
Filmed live in Copenhagen on Dec 15, a segment on cap and trade from Democracy Now! Featuring clips from The Story of Cap & Trade and a debate with Larry Lohmann and Fracnk Ackerman.
Larry Lohmann is author of the book “Carbon Trading: A Critical Conversation on Climate Change, Privatization and Power”. He works at the British NGO The Corner House.
Frank Ackerman is an economist at the Stockholm Environment Institute and author of “Can We Afford the Future?: The Economics of a Warming World”.
Now that’s a discussion!
On blogs and listserves, in living rooms and classrooms around the country today, people are talking about, debating, and yes, critiquing our new short film.
We made The Story of Cap & Trade to encourage a real discussion about how to solve the enormous climate challenges we face. If there was ever an issue that merited broad, even heated public debate, this is it. I’d far rather people argue about cap and trade and other policy options than ignore them or silently go along with the crowd, even when our guts tell us the solution on the table is inadequate…. FULL POST »
If you’re like me, an increasing amount of your worries these days focus on the rising levels of CO2 in the atmosphere and the resulting potential for devastating climate chaos.
Years ago, when I first heard about climate change, I figured someone else would work all that out while I kept plodding away with my work on consumption, pollution and waste. Well, guess what? They didn’t work it out; in fact, the climate situation is far worse today than even recent scientific predictions. And guess what else? It turns out that climate and consumption are actually the same issue…. FULL POST »
Greetings everyone! The Story of Stuff Project and I are thrilled to announce the upcoming release of our first in a series of mini-films. The Story of Cap & Trade will premiere on the internet at storyofcapandtrade.org. The new film will be available for viewing on December 1, 2009 at 12:01am PST.
Until then, you can view the teaser film. Please feel free to pass on the word and the link! Thanks always.