India responds to environmental groups opposing plans to dilute Environment Impact Assessment (EIA) regulations by shutting their websites down.
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.
Tulasi Gowda, walking barefoot through the plantations, can tell how the budding plants are doing with a light touch of her fingers.
Music plays a key role in the Black Lives Matter movement. A journey through the most powerful beats in support of the struggle against racism in the US.
A thousand elephants could die of starvation in Thailand as the camps where the animals are exploited for tourism have had to close due to Covid-19.
The Upopoy National Ainu Museum has finally opened. With it the indigenous people of Hokkaido are gaining recognition but not access to fundamental rights.
Single-use face masks and gloves used as protection from the coronavirus have been found on the shores and in the waters of major European rivers.