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Title Tomorrow / Cyril Dion, Melanie Laurent.
Imprint [Place of publication not identified] : Under the Milky Way, 2015.
[San Francisco, California, USA] : Kanopy Streaming, 2018.

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Subject Environmental protection.
Social change.
Conservation of natural resources.
Renewable energy sources.
Alt Name Dion, Cyril,
Laurent, Melanie, 1983-
Levy, Bruno,
Stahl, Fredrika,
Barnosky, Anthony D.,
Schutter, Olivier de,
Druon, Emmanuel,
Gehl, Jan, 1936-
Hadly, Elizabeth Anne, 1958-
Herve-Gruyer, Perrine,
Hopkins, Rob, 1968-
Lietaer, Bernard A.,
Long, Michelle,
Louhivuori, Kari,
Rabhi, Pierre, 1938-
Rangaswamy, Elango,
Reed, Robert (Artist),
Rifkin, Jeremy,
Salomon, Thierry,
Shiva, Vandana,
Van Reybrouck, David,
Yakini, Malik,
Under the Milky Way (Firm)
Kanopy (Firm)
Add Title Demain.
Title on Kanopy interface: Tomorrow, grassroots solutions to human extinction
Description 1 online resource (streaming video file) (120 min.) : digital, .flv file, sound
Time 015957
Credits Directors, Cyril Dion, Melanie Laurent ; writer, Cyril Dion ; producer, Bruno Levy ; composer, Fredrika Stahl.
Cast Anthony Barnosky, Olivier De Schutter, Cyril Dion, Emmanuel Druon, Jan Gehl, Elizabeth Hadly, Charles Herve-Gruyer, Perrine Herve-Gruyer, Rob Hopkins, Melanie Laurent, Bernard A. Lietaer, Michelle Long, Kari Louhivuori, Pierre Rabhi, Elango Rangaswamy, Robert Reed, Jeremy Rifkin, Thierry Salomon, Vandana Shiva, David van Reybrouck, Malik Yakini.
Note Title from title frames.
Originally produced by Under the Milky Way in 2015.
In English and French; English for foreign language segments. With English subtitles.
Summary Faced with a sense of powerlessness in the face of growing evidence of a coming mass human extinction, Melanie Laurent (Inglorious Bastards) and activist Cyril Dion travel to ten countries where grassroots pioneers are reinventing their economies and democracies. From Detroit, where urban farms have transformed a dying city, to Copenhagen, where nearly 70% of the energy is renewable, to Kuttambakkan in India, where participative democracy allows different castes to work together, and to other communities around the world, TOMORROW engages the audience to consider what can and must be done to save our future.
Publisher # 2575634 Kanopy
OCLC # 1022951879

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