Cerrejon is one of the biggest coal mines in the world for energy production, in the middle of indigenous Wayuu territory. Today they suffer from high rates of malnutrition and disease.
The trailer of An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth To Power, Al Gore’s new documentary on climate change
An inconvenient sequel: truth to power è il nuovo documentario di Al Gore dopo Una scomoda verità. Il trailer ufficiale è finalmente disponibile.
Climate changes, truth doesn’t. Ten years after the success of the Oscar-winning documentary An Inconvenient Truth, which inspired so many people to join the frontline of the fight against climate change, former vice-president of the United States Al Gore is back more combative than ever before with An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power, directed by Jon Shenk and Bonni Cohen. Gore travels around the world recruiting evermore people who have embraced the climate cause because “while the stakes have never been higher, the perils of climate change can be overcome with human ingenuity and passion”.
“If anybody doubts that we have the capacity and the will to act. Just remember that the will to act is itself a renewable resource” – Al Gore To watch former Vice President Al Gore’s remarks and filmmaker Q&A from An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth To Power’s #Sundance world premiere click here: http://bit.ly/2j1pnz4
The film will be released worldwide on the 28th of July but in the meantime you can share the trailer using the hashtag #BeInconvenient.
Tuna recovers while the Komodo dragon falls into the endangered list due to climate change. Sharks and rays are also at risk because of overfishing.
The United States follow the European Union’s example in banning the chlorpyrifos pesticide, a hazardous chemical for the development of children.
Kenya’s first National Wildlife Census reveals that there are dangerously few specimens remaining of several iconic species, including the black rhino.
In northeastern Syria, the Euphrates’ water level is so low that five million people risk being left without drinking water.
A giant vegetation barrier to stop desertification: The Great Green Wall is the world’s most ambitious project to fight the impact of climate change. Why it is struggling to reach its potential.
On World Elephant Day, we tell the story of the Reteti elephant sanctuary in Kenya, the first community owned and run elephant sanctuary in all of Africa that also is hiring indigenous women to be elephant keepers.
On 9th August, the IPCC presented the first part of its sixth Assessment Report. If we don’t act now against the climate crisis, we’ll be forced to live in a state of constant emergency.
From the Mediterranean to Finland, from Canada to Siberia, wildfires have wiped out thousands of hectares of land. The climate crisis also plays its part.